Invisalign®, Teeth Whitening & Dental Implants in Whitby, ON
Meadowglen Dental Care is a patient-centered practice that is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and satisfaction. We respect your time by offering evening and weekend appointments. We work with you in order to give you the dental treatment you deserve. Our team works to provide affordable, accessible dental care and will work with you to make sure you receive the services you need, while remaining within budget. Let us restore that bright, radiant smile today!
Over time, teeth can become discolored and stained from the food and drinks we consume. However, we can help you restore them to their original bright white color with our in-office whitening system.
Veneers are thin, layered shells of porcelain or composite that is placed over the tooth. These are used to correct worn tooth enamel, uneven spacing, discoloration, chips, and cracks.
Implants are another option for replacing missing teeth due to tooth decay, root canal failure, gum disease, or other ailments. Dental implants are anchored to the jaw bone, which take three to six months to heal, after which a crown restoration is applied.
Crowns & Bridges
Crowns, or caps, are a common dental restoration that protects cracked teeth and helps keep the functionality of the tooth and bite. Crowns are usually necessary after root canal therapy. Bridges are used to replace missing teeth and require shaping the teeth surrounding a missing tooth. Crowns are placed on the two adjacent teeth, a false tooth is placed between the two crowns to fill the space, creating a bridge.
Invisalign® is an alternative option to traditional metal braces to straighten teeth. Not all patients are candidates for Invisalign®, schedule a consultation to see if you are a candidate.
Gum disease is a condition impacting the tissues surrounding the tooth. Warning signs include bleeding gums during brushing, bad breath, sensitive and swollen gums, and loose or shifting teeth. We can help tailor a treatment plan for you to keep your gums and entire mouth healthy!
White fillings, or composite fillings, are tooth-colored plastic fillings used to restore teeth from decay. These specific fillings don’t darken the tooth over time like amalgam (metal fillings) can.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A highly individualized treatment, this dental health plan optimizes the teeth, gums, and bite by examining every tooth and replacing or restoring using a combination of dental services.
Digital X-rays use sensors rather than photographic film. The benefits to this method are the patient is exposed to significantly less radiation and results can be saved electronically.