From teeth whitening to veneers, smile makeovers,bonding and more, Antigonish Family Dentistry has been creating radiant smiles for more than 25 years.
We love to see beautiful teeth and smiles at Antigonish Family Dentistry. They make our day! Which is why our patients can count on us to help keep those smiles, healthy and strong. Whitening can get your smile looking its best.
Our office now offers Zoom Advanced Whitening which is:
- Fast and convenient
- Long lasting low sensitivity
- Proven to be safe and effective
At Antigonish Family Dental, we often recommend veneers to patients with badly positioned, crooked, stained or discoloured teeth. Veneers are designed to mask these problems with a thin layer of porcelain veneer that is securely bonded to your tooth. The result? A perfect look, perfect fit and a wonderful, natural smile – all in one appointment.
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and onlays are fillings that help correct broken, chipped, misshapen, asymmetrical or decayed and damaged teeth. They are custom-made, so they match the original shape of your tooth, and can be virtually indistinguishable from natural enamel.
Inlays: Fit just inside the cusps (or bumps) of a tooth, similar to a composite filling.
Onlays: Cover more surface area than inlays and also wrap over one or more edges of the tooth.
Smile Makeovers For Beautiful Teeth
Dramatically transform your entire smile with a Smile Makeover.
Dr. Wotton consults with patients to help them achieve their goals and uses the latest, most innovative techniques, and quality materials available.
Composite bonding can work wonders for your smile! Using materials that match the shade, translucency and texture of your teeth, our skilled team can close gaps between teeth, and eliminate spots and discolourations.
With an improved smile, many patients even say they experience a boost to their self-confidence.
Our experienced dental team at Antigonish Family Dentistry will choose a tooth-coloured composite resin to match the shade of your existing teeth.
The resin is applied to the teeth in a process similar to filling a cavity and is sometimes referred to as bonding because an adhesive agent is used to actually bond the resin to the tooth structure.
The resin is hardened (cured) with a curing light and then shaped, contoured, and polished to provide a consistent texture and natural appearance.