At Dupont Dentistry we proudly offer both at home and in-office teeth whitening that is sure to enhance your beautiful smile.
We make whitening trays for our patients to whiten at home for their convenience. The at-home whitening process takes 14 days and requires the development of custom whitening trays.
Our in-office teeth whitening takes approximately an hour. The hygienist will cover your gums to protect them and then place the whitening material on your teeth.
The hygienist will evaluate your condition and instruct you about what will give you the best results. She will also help you if you want to explore cosmetic dental procedures to improve your smile, like porcelain veneers or bonded fillings. Your dental goals will be easier to achieve with our assistance.
Porcelain dental veneers are a common cosmetic dentistry option for patients who are looking to repair crooked, chipped or discolored teeth. Veneers are very thin ceramic shells that are hand designed to match your teeth to give you a vivid and straight smile. They are bonded to the front of your actual teeth and have a long-lasting and appealing effect that you would be proud to show off.
Many patients choose porcelain veneers because they appear fully natural and need less preparation of the original tooth.
They are stain proof and are more durable than bonding.
The entire process can be finished with as little as two dental appointments.
Porcelain veneer positioning involves a blend of artistic ability and accuracy, all of which Dr. Boujikan, and her team possess to create stunning smiles. Call us now to set up a private appointment today!
If more than half of your tooth’s biting surface is weakened, Dr. Boujikan might recommend a porcelain inlay or onlay. Both for its colour and durability, porcelain is the preferred material because it suits the natural colour of your teeth.
If more than half of your tooth’s biting surface is damaged a porcelain inlay or onlay may be recommended at Dupont Dentistry. Porcelain is the material of choice due to its color and strength, which seamlessly matches the natural color of your teeth.
The inlay or onlay fragments are bonded to the tooth’s affected region. An inlay, which is similar to a filling, is placed within the tooth’s cusp tips. An onlay is a more substantial restoration that, like an inlay, extends out along one or more of the tooth’s cusps.
Full Mouth Restoration
If you are missing many teeth or wear painful dentures that prevent you from eating several of your favourite foods, dental implants will provide you with the independence you deserve. A full mouth restoration strengthens your faith in smiling and speaking at home or anywhere you go.
If you want a beautiful smile, contact us to learn more about our smile makeover services. At Dupont Dentistry, we specialise in converting smiles into something dazzling and breathtaking. Regardless of how your teeth already look, we will use a variety of cosmetic dentistry treatments to give you the smile you deserve. Schedule an appointment to learn more.
A bonded filling, also known as a dental filling, may be used to patch cracked or fractured teeth that have been worn out or weakened by filling the spot on the tooth where the damaged portion of the tooth has been removed.
Crowns & Bridges
Dupont Dentistry provides oral crowns and bridges to people all over the Greater Toronto Area. These methods are highly effective for repairing a tooth that has been damaged, injured, or has fallen out.
What are dental crowns?
Dental crowns are caps that are affixed to the tops of broken teeth. When fillings cannot be used to fix the problem, they are used to secure the cover and preserve the appearance of the teeth.
What are dental bridges?
A dental bridge is a false tooth that is kept in place by the real teeth and can be used in conjunction with crowns to obtain the desired replacement for the dental problem.
At Dupont Dentistry, we will perform these treatments in a natural-looking manner while still resolving the dental problems. If you live in Toronto, send us a call to set up an appointment to find out if dental crowns and bridges are right for you.