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Restorative Dentistry in Kenmore

At Princeton Dental, we offer a range of restorative dentistry options that are designed to repair and enhance the function and appearance of your teeth. The following services can help you smile self-assuredly!

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Root Canal Treatment

When tooth decay or bacteria penetrate deep into the nerve of your tooth, a root canal treatment becomes necessary. This could stem from a cracked tooth or a failed existing filling, enabling bacteria to infiltrate the tooth. The ensuing infection and inflammation often result in intense toothache and potential facial swelling.

We have 25 years of experience administering root canal treatments, ensuring you receive effective, comfortable care.

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Composite Fillings

Our commitment to superior dental care is reflected in our composite fillings. These white fillings, known for their functionality and aesthetic appeal, are an ideal solution to address decay and wear on your teeth. They fill in holes caused by decay, safeguarding and fortifying your teeth, while blending seamlessly with your natural tooth colour to enhance your smile.

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If you’re seeking an affordable way to restore your smile due to one or more missing teeth, dentures offer a cost-effective solution. Available in two primary types – acrylic and metal-based – these removable oral appliances empower patients to regain their confidence by restoring their smiles.

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Dental Implant Crowns

Among the most durable solutions to replace a missing tooth is a dental implant, essentially a titanium screw that replaces the root of a lost or extracted tooth. If you opt for this artificial tooth root to restore your smile, we will refer you to an oral surgeon for tooth extraction.

If the tooth has already been removed, we will direct you to the surgeon for the titanium implant placement. Once the implant is inserted into the jaw, it requires time to strengthen and for the surrounding bone to consolidate.

After three months, you will revisit the oral surgeon to determine if the artificial tooth root is robust enough for a crown. If so, they will refer you back to us for the crown procedure.

Book an Appointment

Restore your smile beautifully with our suite of solutions at Princeton Dental. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!


Restorative Dentistry Kenmore QLD | (07) 3378 2422