Services provided by M1T 1A4 area dentist
Finding a quality dentist for the family may seem overwhelming. Researching dentists who provide a variety of services that includes cosmetic dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and emergency dentistry can be troublesome. Thankfully, the father/son team of Esquire Dental Centres provides all of this and more for new and existing patients in and around the M1T 1A4 area. Esquire Dental Centres have three conveniently located offices in North York, Scarborough, and Pickering, in Ontario.
Our dentists offer:
Both children and adults can seek orthodontic treatment at our facility. We provide early orthodontic care and alternatives to traditional braces such as clear aligner trays. We want to ensure patients have a straight and beautiful smile they are proud to share with others.
When teeth are missing, a solution such as dental implants may be considered. Implants can restore a single tooth or they can be used to support full dentures. Stability is often a concern, and dental implants can fix this problem quickly and effectively.
Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Third molars, which are often referred to as “wisdom teeth,” can be an issue if they fail to break through the gum line, causing pain and discomfort. Our dentists can remove wisdom teeth when necessary.
When areas of tooth decay occur, it is important to have the areas filled. Fillings used to be a silver amalgam, though, over the years, other restorative fillings such as composite resin have become popular. They are often preferred because of the aesthetic appeal.
Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy)
If the inner portion of the tooth (called the dental pulp) becomes infected or diseased, some patients may think the only way to stop the pain is with extraction. However, root canal therapy, also referred to as endodontics, allows a dentist to remove the dental pulp and fill the tooth to maintain the natural structure within the smile.
Our practices focus on providing patients with periodontal care. We can assist when the periodontal disease develops and can help patients control the problem before it causes irreversible damage to the teeth, gums, and bone.