Eastmount Family Dentistry is a multi-specialty dental practise that aims to provide our clients with top-tier services. We accept patients of all ages, and are always discovering new ways to make sure that our clients are provided with the best care possible. Our general dentistry services include complete exams, cleanings, fillings, tooth extractions and more.
Crowns / Bridges / Dentures / Implants
- Crowns: A crown (often called a cap) can help improve self-esteem, enhance your appearance, advance your chewing ability and help you speak better. They also help maintain the shape of your face and alleviate the stress on your bite by replacing the missing teeth. Also known as false teeth, they can take the place of missing teeth that are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity.
- Bridges: If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may notice a difference in chewing and speaking. There are options to help restore your smile. Bridges help maintain the shape of your face as well as alleviating the stress in your bite by replacing missing teeth. Sometimes called a fixed denture, a bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth, looks great and literally bridges the gap where one or more teeth may have been.
- Dentures: Dentures are a removable appliance used to restore your smile. Dentures are optimal for patients who are missing multiple teeth. Dentures come in two types: complete and partial. Complete dentures are recommended for patients who have no natural teeth left, while partial dentures may be used when a patient still has some teeth remaining. Please schedule an appointment with us so we can determine the best fit for you.
- Implants: A dental implant is the most pleasing aesthetic solution for replacing a missing tooth. An all-ceramic dental crown or dental bridge, secured to a dental implant, provides a complete and beautiful solution for improving your smile. A dental implant takes the place of the missing tooth’s root, and helps prevent negative consequences of missing teeth.
Wisdom Teeth Extractions
We’ve all heard of wisdom teeth, but many of us have no idea what they actually are or why so many people have them removed. Your wisdom teeth are the third set of molars in the back of your mouth (the ones closest to your throat). Most people have four of them (one on each corner of your jaw) but not everyone does. They usually tend to grow in between the ages of 17 and 25, but your dentist can spot them in an X-Ray before then.
If you choose to go under anesthetic, Dr. Losonci can refer you to a specialist.
Orthodontics is a specialized form of dentistry that focuses on improving the look and feel of your smile. Getting orthodontic treatment is not limited to children and teens; it can be implemented at any age. One in five orthodontics patients are over the age of 21, making any time a good time to schedule a visit for either you or your child.