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What is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry refers to the integrated management of oral health problems and the effort to restore the mouth to a functional and esthetic state. The ultimate goal of restorative dentistry is to replace a patients’ missing teeth while preserving their natural teeth as much as possible. At Macleod Trail Dental, we offer restorative procedures such as dental implants, crowns, bridges and full or partial dentures to promote dental health.

It is essential to replace missing teeth because such gaps are vulnerable to plaque-causing bacteria which can cause cavities and tooth decay. Additionally, missing teeth will put unnatural stress on your remaining teeth, eventually shifting their natural alignment which may lead to a collapsed bite and loss of vertical dimension.

Restorative Dentistry Services

Restorative dentistry procedures involve the diagnosis and treatment of oral conditions affecting the teeth, gums and jaw portions of the body. Some of the services that we provide at Macleod Trail Dental include:

  • Dental Crowns: Dental crowns are used to restore cracked, chipped or otherwise damaged teeth. They are cemented into place to fully support the portion of your tooth which sits at and above the gum line. Our dentists will take the utmost care and time to match the color of these crowns to your teeth so that you can have that natural look and feel you want.
  • Dental Bridge: Dental bridges are an efficient restorative dentistry solution for patients with missing teeth. During the dental bridge procedure, replacement teeth are fitted into the gaps where the tooth loss has occurred. Dental crowns are then used to attach the replacement teeth to the adjacent ones, for a sturdy and natural result.
  • Cosmetic Dentures: At Macleod Trail Dental, we offer our patients several different types of dentures which include full, partial and immediate cosmetic dentures. Our dentists can help you determine the type that is most natural and appropriate for your individual needs and aesthetic goals.
  • Dental Implants: Dental implants are an effective restorative dentistry solution, providing secure and natural looking teeth for patients who have experienced tooth loss due to injury or disease. During the procedure, titanium posts are embedded into the jawbone to replace the natural tooth root and secure your dental crown.

Restorative Dentistry Benefits

Restorative Dentistry procedures can improve the health of your teeth, as well as the appearance of your smile and most, require little to no downtime. More specifically, some of the advantages include:

  • Conservation of tooth structure: We believe that one of the most crucial aspects of good dentistry is the conservation of our patients’ tooth structure. Restorative dental procedures allow us to treat the tooth in question by removing only the decay and undermined tooth structure while still maintaining the integrity of the rest of your natural tooth.
  • Improved appearance: Restorative dentistry techniques will dramatically improve the appearance and function of your smile. By fixing cracked or damaged teeth, they will give you the confidence to show off that wonderful grin and in restoring the contour of your teeth, procedures such as dental bridges can improve your speech and the bite between your upper and lower teeth.
  • Improved oral health: Worn, decayed or otherwise broken teeth decrease your oral function and are also very hard to clean. This means that even one broken tooth can negatively affect your oral health. Dental restoration can help restore your teeth to their natural, healthy state by reducing the risks of oral health problems such as gum disease and cavities.

At Macleod Trail Dental, we take damaged or broken teeth very seriously and promise to make every effort to accommodate your needs and restore your mouth to its beautiful, healthy state!

To learn more about dentures, bridges and other treatments to repair damaged or missing teeth, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with one of our Calgary-based dentists by calling 403-253-1248 or email us at

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