Riverside Dental

Restorative Dentistry in Ladner

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All-on-4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 dental implants can replace your entire top or bottom arch. The procedure is quicker than other restorative dental techniques. The implants look natural and do not require any frustrating adhesives. The recovery time is quick—you can even eat right after the procedure! Contact Riverside Dental if you have any questions about the All-on-4 technique!

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding restores the function of your teeth but also can hide imperfections. You can opt for the dental bonding procedure if you have a tooth with discolouration or small cracks and chips. We apply a durable resin that matches the colour of your other teeth. Applying dental bonds is simple and quick!

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are often a good option for restoring your smile when you have missing teeth. Gaps in your smile can encourage bacterial growth, which may lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Dental bridges close those gaps and give you full functionality of your teeth again, keeping you in good oral health!

Dr. Peter Servinis
Dr. Peter Servinis

Dental Implants

Dental implants are another option for replacing missing teeth. Screw-like posts are set into your jawbone, and then a dental crown is placed on top of the post. Implants are very strong and do not move. You can talk with our dentists at Riverside Dental to see if implants are the right choice.

Fillings (Composite)

Cavities are frustrating and sometimes painful, but they are treatable. Some people are more likely to develop cavities due to poor oral health, diet, or genetics. Cavities can eventually affect your roots if left untreated. Dental fillings allow our dentist to remove the decay in your teeth before it spreads and becomes worse.

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays help strengthen teeth that have been damaged by tooth decay. Inlays are used when a tooth has a large cavity that a filling cannot fix. Onlays cover more of the tooth but are not as big as a crown. Both inlays and onlays get cemented into the damaged area.


There are different dentures, and they are meant to replace missing teeth. Full dentures are for individuals who have lost all their teeth, and partial dentures are for people who still have healthy, natural teeth. Dentures help restore your smile and maintain your facial structure and bone density.