Restorative Dental Care

Missing a tooth/teeth or in need of dentures?

We have served generations of patients. We have always taken pride in retrieving long-lost smiles. Our in-office denture lab can even do repairs or relines while you wait. Whatever your case may be, give us a call and sit down with our professionals. We have been serving the Oakville community for over 25 years. If you are looking for restorative dental care, this is your place to be.

Bronte Cosmetic Dentistry can restore your natural smile

We offer a wide range of restorative dental solutions to bring smiles back.


  • Dental Implants

    Implants replace a missing tooth permanently. They can also be used to firmly anchor a denture in place. One or more titanium posts are surgically implanted into the jawbone. The post will fuse with the jawbone and after a 6 to 8 week healing period, a crown or denture can be attached to the post.


  • Dentures

    Full & partial dentures are an artificial and removable replacement for missing teeth. Full dentures are made of acrylic resin. They replace all teeth and are custom fitted for each individual. Partial dentures have a cast metal framework and are fitted with clasps to replace a section of missing teeth. With dentures, patients can improve their chewing and speech. Dentures also provide support for facial muscles.


  • Dental Crowns

    Crowns are made from a variety of materials and serve to strengthen and protect the tooth structure. There are three types of crowns: a full-porcelain crown, a porcelain fused-to-metal crown and the all-metal crown. Your dentist will discuss and help you decide which type of crown is suitable for you. Crowns are suggested for the following reasons: Badly broken tooth or severe damage from decay – a tooth which can no longer support a large filling. Root canal – after a root canal, the tooth is weakened and requires the protection of a crown. Anchor teeth – crowns can help strengthen the teeth which secure your partial denture. Crowns can also be placed for purely aesthetic reasons, like a celebrity smile!


  • Dental Fillings

    Fillings are made up of amalgams (silver) or composites (white fillings). After the decay has been removed from a tooth, the dentist will place the filling into the tooth, harden it and adjust it to your bite.


  • Dental Bridges

    Bridges are fixed artificial teeth spanning a space where one or more teeth have been lost in the dental arch. The teeth adjacent to the area of missing teeth will be prepared for abutments in order to support the bridge.