If you are missing teeth, our dentists can replace them with dental implants, bridges, crowns, and more. Our dental team will do an initial consultation to find the right treatment for you.
If you have missing teeth, trouble speaking, difficulty chewing or strain when biting, bridges may help your mouth be healthy and beautiful again.
Bridges literally ‘bridge’ the gaps between teeth by filling them with strong, natural-looking artificial teeth.
Bridges are proven to strengthen teeth, be comfortable when in place and are considered semi-permanent, as they can only be removed by a dentist.
Broken, decayed or weak teeth may be rebuilt using dental restorations called crowns.
Crowns are sometimes used to enhance the cosmetic appearance of teeth, as well. They can be made out of porcelain/ceramic, gold alloy, or a combination of both.
When cemented into place, a crown fully covers the portion of the tooth that lies at and above the gum line. In effect, it is the tooth's new outer surface.
At Monarch Dental, our dentists perform dental implant restoration when the function or integrity of your teeth is damaged and simply cannot be repaired.
The implants are anchored in the bone below the gum line. Once the anchor has been surgically placed in the jawbone, excess bone and gum will grow around the implant to hold it firmly in place.
An artificial tooth can then be attached to the implant. The end result is a strong, secure tooth that is virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth.
At Monarch Dental, we do everything we can to help you keep your teeth healthy. We use a variety of preventive services to identify any dental issues before they arise.
In the most extreme and absolutely necessary cases, we may extract a tooth. For example, when a tooth's roots are damaged beyond repair, we will do so. A tooth extraction is typically followed by a restorative dentistry procedure, such as dentures or implants.
If you or a member of your family may require dental implants or an extraction, please contact our dental practice today.
New Patients Welcome
At Monarch Dental, we love meeting new faces. If you are new to the Leamington community, or one of the surrounding areas, and are looking for a dentist, come in for a visit. Our dedicated team will work together with you to develop the right treatment plan to meet your dental needs.
From Our Dentists
The bacteria in your mouth feed on sugars to produce the acids that wear away at your tooth enamel and dentin, resulting in cavities. For this reason, it's important to limit the sugar in your diet, and brush and floss carefully.