Dupont DentalWorks

Dental Prosthesis Services

Dental Prosthesis Services

Everyone deserves a complete, healthy, confident smile. Sometimes, natural teeth are lost or need to be removed due to other oral health issues – but that doesn’t mean your smile has to be permanently altered. Our dental prosthesis services will help you regain your full, healthy, and confident smile.

What Is Prosthetic Dentistry

Prosthetic dentistry is the use of prosthetics to help repair or replace missing or damaged teeth, bone, gums, or facial structures. 

Dental Prosthetic Services

At Dupont Dental works, we offer a wider range of dental prosthetic services. We always use proven techniques and leading technology to ensure that your dental needs are met. 


Our prosthetic dentistry focuses on dental prostheses, which includes:


  • Identifying and treating the root cause of oral deterioration
  • Fabricating or repairing dentures and treating facial pains
  • Advising the patient on sound oral hygiene practices across the Junction.

More specifically, our prosthetic services cover: 


  • Tooth replacement
  • Tooth repair
  • Jaw-related issues to regain full oral function

How Will My Prosthetic Teeth Look

We use the most natural-looking materials to ensure that your prosthetic teeth will resemble healthy teeth. It’s our goal to make sure you never lose confidence in your smile, which is why we take the time to ensure that the placement, feel, and look of your prosthetic teeth will be virtually indistinguishable from the rest. 


Have All Your Dental Prosthesis Questions Answered by Qualified Professionals

Want to know more? Or ready to schedule an appointment? 


Our team would be happy to help. 


Our dental practice always strives to combine extensive dental care knowledge and top quality services with a caring and compassionate approach to your oral healthcare needs. We work to ensure that you and your family feel safe and comfortable when at Dupont Dental works at all times. 


We are conveniently located as your dentist in the Junction at 1574 Dupont. St. Feel free to give us a call at 416-536-9535, send us an email, or get in touch here


FAQ on Dental Prosthetic Services

What are Dental Prosthetics?


Dental prosthetics, also known as prosthodontics, are artificial devices used to replace missing teeth or parts of the oral structure. These include dentures, bridges, crowns, and implants.


Who Needs Dental Prosthetics?


Individuals who have lost one or more teeth due to decay, injury, or other oral health issues can benefit from dental prosthetics to restore function and aesthetics.


What Types of Dental Prosthetics are Available?


Common types include:


  • Dentures: Removable prosthetics for missing teeth and surrounding tissues.
  • Crowns: Caps that cover a damaged tooth.
  • Bridges: False teeth anchored to adjacent teeth.
  • Implants: Artificial roots placed in the jawbone with an attached crown.

How Long Do Dental Prosthetics Last?


The lifespan varies depending on the type of prosthetic and how well it is maintained. For example, crowns and bridges can last 5-15 years, while implants can last a lifetime with proper care.


Are Dental Prosthetics Noticeable?


Modern prosthetics are designed to look natural. Your dentist will work to match the color and shape of your natural teeth.


How Do I Care for My Dental Prosthetics?


General care includes regular cleaning, avoiding hard foods that might damage them, and attending regular dental check-ups.


Is Getting Dental Prosthetics Painful?


Most procedures involve minimal discomfort. Local anesthesia is used to ensure comfort during the procedure.


How Much Do Dental Prosthetics Cost?


Costs vary widely depending on the type of prosthetic, material used, and individual dental needs. Insurance may cover some of the costs.


Can Dental Prosthetics Improve Oral Health?


Yes, they can help maintain the structure of your jawbone, improve speech and chewing functionality, and prevent other teeth from shifting.


How Long is the Process of Getting Dental Prosthetics?


The time frame varies. Some procedures, like fitting for dentures, can be relatively quick, while implants may require several months for the jawbone to heal around the implant.