Professional Dental Restorations in Winnipeg

portrait of happy couple at the parkA beautiful and healthy smile not only boosts your confidence but is also necessary for your overall well-being. Dental issues like tooth decay, fractures, and tooth loss can impair your oral health and affect your smile. We have been providing professional restorations for all ages in Winnipeg since 1992.

At Dr. Jerry Abells Artistic Smiles, we have a true passion for helping you get the dental care you need in a safe and comfortable environment. Our team is dedicated to restoring your smile with advanced treatments and personalized service. Call and schedule an appointment today for reliable restorations in Winnipeg.


Quality Fillings, Inlays & Onlays

Fillings help repair tooth decay in both children and adults. Along with repairing dental cavities, they are ideal for minor cracked, fractured, or broken teeth. We use composite fillings as they are durable and match the color of your natural tooth. When placing a filling, Dr. Abells first removes the decay before filling it with composite material to restore and strengthen the tooth.

Inlays and onlays are ideal for cavities that are too big for a filling and too small for a crown. Inlays go in between the cusps while onlays cover them. Onlays and inlays are custom-made in a lab to fit the exact areas they repair, then fixed in place to create a permanent restoration.

Crowns & Bridges for a Complete Smile

portrait happy of couple at homeCrowns are custom caps that cover the entire tooth to restore its shape, size, and function. Dental crowns will repair a tooth with damage too big for a filling to care for. They also strengthen the tooth after root canal therapy. Dr. Jerry Abells uses tooth-colored custom crowns that fit your bite and blend with your natural teeth to give you a beautiful smile. Dental crowns can last for many years with proper care and maintenance.

Fixed bridges are tooth replacement solutions for up to three consecutive missing teeth. They consist of pontics supported by crowns that attach to adjacent teeth. The pontic replaces your missing tooth and allows you to eat and speak normally. It also prevents the shifting of teeth and completes your smile.

Crown and bridge restorations in Winnipeg can:

  • Replace one to three missing teeth
  • Protect a weak tooth from fracturing
  • Cover a discolored or misshapen tooth
  • Complete a root canal or dental implant treatment

Full and Partial Dentures

Dentures are temporary and cost-effective dental replacement solutions that resemble your teeth and gums. They are removable and can replace a few teeth or an entire arch.

We use complete dentures if you have lost all teeth on an upper or lower jaw and partial dentures when you have some natural teeth remaining. We also offer care and maintenance instructions for your dentures. Dentures can restore your dental function and enhance your smile.

Save Your Smile with Root Canal Therapy

If you have advanced tooth decay, root canal therapy is necessary to save your natural tooth structure, prevent further damage and restore tooth function. Root canal therapy helps you conserve your natural tooth and avoid tooth extraction. During the process, Dr. Jerry Abells will first clean out the infected pulp, then apply filling to the resulting cavity. Finally, he will cover it with a dental crown.

Restore Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

illustration of dental implant and crownDental implants are reliable and versatile restorations for replacing missing teeth. They can effectively replace both the root and crown of a missing tooth. Implants consist of titanium posts that form the root and a crown or other restoration that replaces the top of the tooth. Dental implants are secure, and they also promote bone health by stimulating the jawbone and feel and function just like natural teeth.

The Dental Implant Process

We offer dental implant treatment in four simple steps.

  • Planning: Dr. Jerry Abells examines your smile to establish your suitability for dental implants and plans your treatment. You may need a bone graft or sinus lifts if you have inadequate jawbone density.
  • Placement: Our restorative dentist surgically places the titanium posts with the utmost accuracy into your jawbone.
  • Resting: Once the implants are in place, you'll have a resting period to facilitate healing. Resting is necessary to allow the implants to bond with the jaw for stability purposes.
  • Completion: Finally, we attach custom restorations such as a crown, denture, or bridge to replace your tooth and complete the implant treatment. You can then eat, smile, and speak with confidence.

Receive the Restorative Care You Need in Comfort

We understand that dental visits can trigger anxiety in some cases. We offer dental sedation treatments to help you relax and stay comfortable during your Winnipeg restoration treatment.

If it is your first time with dental sedation, you may have numerous questions about its safety and effects. Our team will answer all your queries to ensure you understand your options. Dr. Jerry Abells will recommend the best sedation option to suit your needs. Our options include:

Nitrous Oxide: Nitrous oxide is a mild sedation treatment commonly known as laughing gas. You inhale the gas to help you relax during your treatment. Since it wears off quickly, you can drive yourself home after your treatment.

Oral Conscious Sedation: Oral conscious sedation comes in pill form that you take orally to ease moderate anxiety. We may combine it with nitrous oxide for the best results.

Your Trusted Team for Dental Restorations in Winnipeg

Whether you have decay, missing teeth, or damaged teeth, the team at Dr. Jerry Abells Artistic Smiles can help. We offer effective dental treatments to promote optimal oral health and prevent future complications. Our professional and friendly staff is always ready to assist you and ensure you have a pleasant experience in our office. For reliable and long-lasting dental restorations in Winnipeg, Manitoba, call us today!


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