Restore your smile and your confidence with our tailored restorative dental treatments.

If you’ve suffered extensive damage to your teeth or even total tooth loss, we have a solution for you. We offer a range of highly effective restorative dental treatments to restore your smile.

Dental implants are an amazing solution to missing teeth. Dental implants are surgically placed into the site of tooth loss to form a solid foundation for prosthetic tooth replacements such as crowns and bridges.

The benefits of dental implants

  • Dental implants have a very high success rate 90-95% in healthy adults
  • Mimic the feel, form and function of your missing tooth better than any other restorative treatment to date
  • Are suitable for cases of single, multiple and even total tooth loss
  • Provide seamless and aesthetically pleasing long term results 20-30 years in most cases

If you do have any questions or are concerned with the healing process of your dental implants, you can give us a call or make an appointment to make sure everything is tracking as it should be!
Call us on: +1 905-840-6767

Types of What are the steps in the dental implant process?

Your initial consultation - Our dentists will assess the condition of your gums as well as any of the remaining teeth and the underlying jawbone. This will determine whether it would be suitable to continue with the next stage of treatment. Any tooth decay or gum disease that is present will first need to be removed prior to surgery.

Dental surgery - The dental implants will be placed during a surgical procedure. As with all surgeries, some risks are involved and this will all be explained to you in depth.

Healing process - Generally, implants can take anywhere from 3-6 months to heal. This is so the implant heals with the surrounding jawbone. Once your implant has healed completely we will then place your prosthetic appliance, whether it be a crown, bridge or denture over the implants to complete the process.

If you’ve made the decision to undergo treatment and receive dental implants, you’ll want to ensure you have no implications post-treatment. Your healing time will depend on a number of factors including how many implants you receive; whether it be a single tooth, multiple teeth or an entire set of teeth.

Once your surgery is complete, the implant needs to be able to heal itself with the surrounding jawbone which can take anywhere from 3-6 months, varying from case to case. Immediately after surgery is when you will be most at risk of infection or other complications, so it’s important to follow the care instructions given to you by your dentist.   

Types of What are the steps in the dental implant process?

Your initial consultation - Our dentists will assess the condition of your gums as well as any of the remaining teeth and the underlying jawbone. This will determine whether it would be suitable to continue with the next stage of treatment. Any tooth decay or gum disease that is present will first need to be removed prior to surgery.

Dental surgery - The dental implants will be placed during a surgical procedure. As with all surgeries, some risks are involved and this will all be explained to you in depth.

Healing process - Generally, implants can take anywhere from 3-6 months to heal. This is so the implant heals with the surrounding jawbone. Once your implant has healed completely we will then place your prosthetic appliance, whether it be a crown, bridge or denture over the implants to complete the process.

If you’ve made the decision to undergo treatment and receive dental implants, you’ll want to ensure you have no implications post-treatment. Your healing time will depend on a number of factors including how many implants you receive; whether it be a single tooth, multiple teeth or an entire set of teeth.

Once your surgery is complete, the implant needs to be able to heal itself with the surrounding jawbone which can take anywhere from 3-6 months, varying from case to case. Immediately after surgery is when you will be most at risk of infection or other complications, so it’s important to follow the care instructions given to you by your dentist.