Restorative Dental Care in Okotoks

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A Smile Is Always Worth Sharing

We believe your oral health is an essential part of who you are, and your smile is a beautiful way to connect with others. Even if you’ve struggled with dental problems in the past, we believe you deserve a smile you can share with confidence. At Hometown Dental, we’ve partnered with a talented denturist from Signature 28 Denture Clinic in Calgary. She comes to our office every Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm to provide personalized care to our patients who have dentures. 

With our comprehensive lineup of restorative services, we’re ready to help you spread the joy that only your smile can provide.

Request your appointment today with the team at Hometown Dental and see the difference comprehensive dentistry can make.

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is a group of services that help repair or replace teeth affected by cavities, infections, injuries, and grinding, among other issues.

Some of these services remove damaged, decayed, or infected parts of your teeth and replace them with tooth-like materials, but others may help restore damage to improve the aesthetics and overall function of your teeth.

Fillings are one of the most common restorative treatments we perform, but we can address more complex issues with root canals, crowns and bridges, or implants.

Restorative Services We Offer

Restorative dentistry is all about helping you achieve a natural smile and prevent further concerns from developing.

The treatment we recommend depends on your unique oral health concerns. While we work hard to help keep your natural teeth healthy, we may recommend removing problem teeth and replacing them with implants or bridges.


During a filling, our dentist removes decay in your tooth caused by bacteria and fills the hole with materials like amalgam or metall. Fillings could help prevent bacteria from spreading further into your tooth and reduce the risk of needing other treatments, like a root canal or extraction, in the future.

One of the tools we may use for your filling is the Solea dental laser. This technology uses precise lasers to reshape gum tissues, enamel, and dentin, helping us perform fillings with less discomfort and without local anesthetic.

If cavities aren’t addressed, the decay can spread further into your tooth and eventually reach your tooth pulp. Infected tooth pulp can cause pain, inflammation, swelling, and abscesses, affecting your oral health and possibly leading to bone or tooth loss.

Root canals remove infected pulp from your tooth and fill it with tooth-like materials.

Learn more about this treatment by visiting our Root Canal page.

Accidents like chips, cracks, and breaks happen, but they may affect your teeth and lead to future concerns if they aren’t addressed as soon as possible.

Composite resin bondings are a common way to repair minor tooth damage. Bondings can help improve aesthetics, but they can also repair or restore issues that may affect how your teeth function.

Inlays and onlays are like crowns, but for smaller parts of your teeth.

Inlays can help replace and restore areas between the cusps of your teeth and onlays can replace one or more cusps using tooth-like materials such as resin, porcelain, or metal. We may recommend either treatment depending on the issue you’re experiencing.

Crowns and bridges are common restorative services designed to help address functional and cosmetic problems with your teeth.

Crowns are caps that cover broken or decayed teeth, while bridges are designed to replace one or more missing teeth. Crowns and bridges can be permanently attached to your natural teeth or attached to implants.

Learn more about this service when you visit our Crowns & Bridges page.

Dental implants can help restore the look and function of one or more missing teeth.

These restorative procedures utilize artificial metal roots and crowns, which can help reduce the risk of jawbone loss and prevent your teeth from shifting.

Please check out our Dental Implants page if you’d like to know more.

Love Your Smile

If a smile is worth a thousand words, imagine the story yours can tell.

Let our team help you improve the appearance and function of your teeth. Start today by requesting an appointment.

Our Location

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We’re conveniently located in lovely Okotoks, across from Westmount School near the Tucker Parkway.

Our Address

  • Suite 1021, 200 Southridge Drive
  • Okotoks, AB T1S 0N8

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Clinic Hours

  • Monday: 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 11:00 AM 7:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM 3:00 PM
  • Saturday: By Appointment
  • Sunday: Closed

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