Cosmetic Dentist in Burlington, Ontario

Learn more about cosmetic dentistry at Maple Mews in Burlington, Ontario: Implants, Veneers, Crowns, Teeth Whitening, Bridges, White Fillings, and Bonding.
 

Dental Implants

No need to suffer from tooth loss! Replacing missing teeth can be achieved easily with dental implants that match the natural shade of your teeth. Implants can replace one or several teeth. Dental Implants can help you look better, feel healthier and enjoy eating again with a solid, complete dentition.

 

Dental Veneers

If you are looking to change your smile, porcelain veneers may be the cosmetic dentistry solution for you. Veneers can restore teeth that are chipped, broken and stained. This porcelain shell is a great cosmetic option that can last a long time with proper care.

 
 

Dental Crowns

We can place a crown in the event that your existing tooth has fractured or chipped. We can also use them as part of a root canal therapy, completed leaving minimal tooth structure, or when a filling has become too large. Crowns or "caps" are custom made to match your smile!

 

Teeth Whitening

Our professional tooth whitening treatment provides brilliant results in just 30 minutes!  Enhance your smile every time you visit with Spa Dent! Ask us for more details today!

 

Dental Bridges

Bridges are an alternative to implants for replacing missing teeth. They fill gaps in your smile while giving your teeth greater structure and strength. The Maple Mews Dental Team will discuss the best options with you for your smile!

 

White Fillings

White fillings may replace amalgams (silver fillings) and provide an aesthetically pleasing solution in the event of cavities. White fillings are one possible solution for maintaining or enhancing tooth function and cosmetic appeal. They are also mercury-free and long-lasting.

 

Bonding

The bonding technique can achieve great results using esthetic materials to slightly change the size and shape of your teeth and to fill spaces or gaps. The bonding technique is also utilized to fix small dental concerns such as a chipped or broken tooth.