Willow Dental Care Garrison

Restorative Dentistry

Dental Services

Restorative Dentistry in Chilliwack

Restorative dentistry is all about rebuilding your beautiful smile after addressing common dental health concerns like chipped or cracked teeth, tooth decay, cavities, or jagged tooth surfaces. At Willow Dental Care Garrison, we are proud to be your trusted dental clinic for restorations that allow patients to talk, chew, smile, and swallow with ease while boosting their self-confidence for years to come.


Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is an affordable way to build up chipped teeth or cover stubborn stains without requiring the full coverage of a porcelain veneer. At Willow Dental Care Garrison, we perform dental bonding procedures using long-lasting composite resin that can be moulded and shaped to suit your unique tooth structure.

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Dental Bridges

If you have experienced permanent tooth loss or have undergone a full tooth extraction, your dentist may recommend a dental bridge to fill the gaps left in your smile. A dental bridge is a more modest investment than a full dental implant. This type of restoration is essential because leaving any gaps in your teeth can cause the remaining permanent teeth to shift and crowd, which can not only change the look of your smile but can also affect your ability to talk, chew, and swallow comfortably.

Dental Fillings

At Willow Dental Care Garrison, we use both composite and metal dental fillings to treat cavities before they reach the sensitive tooth root. If your dentist discovers a cavity, they will likely schedule a dental filling to keep the cavity from growing bigger or becoming. A well-done dental filling can reduce pain, discomfort, and sensitivity.

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Inlays and Onlays

Sometimes a cavity is too large for a simple filling. In these cases, inlays and onlays provide a durable, long-lasting, and realistic solution that will stop tooth decay in its tracks and protect your tooth from further infection. Fillings and inlays are very similar, as with crowns and onlays, but there are a few key differences that your dentist can discuss with you next time you require a dental restoration.

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