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1366 Clyde Avenue, Suite 1
Ottawa ON K2C 3Z4
Life is hard on our teeth, even when we take proper care of them. Circumstances beyond our control, such as age, genetics, and accidents or illnesses, can all have an effect on our oral health—as can diet and habits such as smoking.
Regardless of the cause, a cavity, tooth infection, or damaged or missing tooth robs you of your ability to function normally. It can make eating painful, change the way you chew, cause bad breath, and make you self-conscious about smiling. Some of these conditions can lead to even bigger problems if they’re ignored.
Whatever your concern, Metropolitan Dental can help you be yourself again. And that doesn’t just mean restoring your teeth to their normal, healthy state—it also means eliminating jaw pain, healing cold sores, and treating inflamed gums.
If you have missing teeth, your dentist can close the gaps in your smile with dental bridges.
Cold Sore and Canker Treatment
You can fast-track your recovery in just one trip to our office with our laser treatment.
Consultations with Dr. Walters and Dr. Kaplan begin with a thorough examination, including digital x-rays and photographs of your teeth and gums.
If you’re missing some or all of your teeth, we can put a smile back on your face by fitting you with a set of comfortable, natural-looking dentures.
Laser Gum Therapy is a new and innovative way to treat gums disease, with a much quicker recovery time
Implants provide a foundation for replacement teeth made to match your natural teeth.
Metropolitan Dental offers a painless solution to these and other related problems through neuromuscular dentistry
Orthodontics is essentially the use of various retainers, brackets and wires to fix irregular bites or misaligned teeth.
Porcelain crowns are solid caps that fit over the visible surface of your tooth, giving it a new, natural-looking appearance that matches the colour of your existing teeth.
Porcelain Inlays and Onlays
If you have a mild to moderate amount of decay or damage on the biting surface of your back teeth, porcelain inlays or onlays are an attractive and durable alternative.
A root canal is the only way dentists can save an abscessed or infected tooth.
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