Our dentists' expertise allows them to create all sorts of smile transformations, whether your treatment is as basic as a filling or as complex as a full smile makeover.
Many people who come to our Barrie dental office wanting to change their smile aren't sure what is needed to achieve their goal. That's why we're here!
If you are considering making some type of change to your smile but aren't sure what that is or how it will look, please take a moment to browse these before and after photos. We hope these before and after pictures of actual patients help inspire you!
We placed tooth-coloured fillings on this patient's back teeth. Composite restorations are a durable and conservative dental treatment.
Periodontically compromised teeth were all extracted and dentures were made. The lower denture was secured with implants.
Only a professional dental cleaning can make such an esthetic difference when you have severe staining.
Pit and fissure decays treated. Tooth colour fillings can mimic the natural contour of your original tooth.
Multiple Extractions are inevitable for some cases. However, you can still have beautiful smile.
Resin bonding can create a tooth-like appearance.
Our Barrie office replaced this patient's old crown with a new ceramic crown to create a more natural smile! Please contact Park Place Dental if you have more questions on dental crowns.
We replaced this patient's old silver crown with a new composite filling. Composite fillings provide a strong and natural-looking restoration. Please contact our Barrie ON dental clinic for more on white fillings.
We replaced this patient's failing white fillings with new composite dental fillings. Please contact Park Place Dental to learn more about composite restorations.
Over time, white/tooth coloured filling material begins to breakdown. Defected margins of an old white filling material can cause staining and recurrent decay on a tooth.
Over time teeth can become discolored and stained, not only externally (extrinsic) but internally (Intrinsic) as well. Extrinsic: This occurs when the outer layer of the tooth (the enamel) is stained. Coffee, wine, cola, or other drinks or foods can stain teeth. Smoking also causes extrinsic stains. Intrinsic: This is when the inner structure of the tooth (the dentin) darkens or gets a yellow tint. Our Barrie dental clinic utilized Zoom Whitening to brighten this patient's smile.
Missing teeth can be restored with dental implants. They can be not only functional but also very esthetically pleasing.