Dental Services in Winnipeg

For all of your dental and oral health needs, Metropolitan Dental Group in Winnipeg has you covered. Our team offers a wide range of dental treatments to provide patients with healthier teeth and gums, as well as to promote better overall oral health. Call our office today to schedule an appointment.

Exams and Cleanings

Regular dental exams and cleanings are crucial to maintaining good oral health. We’ll identify any potential dental problems and explain how to treat them, booking a follow-up appointment if necessary.

Emergency Appointments

Anyone who has experienced extreme dental pain can tell you the importance of having a good dentist in Winnipeg who provides emergency services. No matter what your dental issue, you can trust that our dentists will be prepared to give you a swift diagnosis and treatment plan.

Night Guards

If you’re experiencing frequent headaches and pain around the joints of your jaw, wearing a night guard as you sleep may help alleviate the symptoms. Many people are unaware of their excessive nightly teeth clenching and grinding. A proper night guard will help protect your teeth and decrease the force exerted by your muscles and joints.

White Fillings

Metropolitan Dental Group is pleased to provide composite resin tooth fillings, a safe material that allows us to match your tooth’s colour. In addition to being virtually invisible, composite resin fillings also provide health advantages over other fillings as they are mercury-free. These fillings provide protection against decay and help to strength the tooth, and they will not wear down or change shape.

Extractions

Dental extractions are often required for a variety of reasons. If a tooth has been damaged and it is too severe to be corrected by a root canal, removing the tooth will help to prevent the further spread of infection. Your dentist will apply a local anesthetic to numb the area where your tooth will be removed. Be sure to ask if you have any questions or concerns about the procedure.

Crowns and Bridges

A crown is used to entirely cover a damaged tooth, helping to strengthen the tooth itself as well as improve appearance, shape or alignment. Bridges serve a similar function and may be recommended if you are missing one or more teeth. This will help to keep your teeth in place, which will keep your bite properly aligned, and can also help to prevent gum disease.

Root Canals

A root canal may be required if you are experiencing chronic discomfort as the result of tooth decay, cracks or chips. This procedure involves the removal of a tooth’s infected pulp to help relieve recurring pain. The hollowed out tooth is cleaned and filled, and a protective crown is added (for affected back teeth) to help restore the tooth’s full function.

In-Home Whitening

When it comes to whitening the current shade of your teeth and brightening your smile, you have many options at your disposal. You’ll find a number of readily available products in your local drug store (or wherever you normally buy toothpaste). However, if you’re serious about achieving noticeable results, we suggest scheduling an appointment with one of our dentists. We can advise you on the potentially most effective in-home treatments based on your budget and lifestyle.

Implants

Whether it’s due to gum disease or the result of a sports injury, tooth loss can be a traumatic event. It is important to fill in the remaining gap as soon as possible to prevent your other teeth from shifting. Metropolitan Dental Group provides dental implants that are attached directly to the jaw bone to help preserve your facial structure, bite and cosmetic appearance.

Metropolitan Dental Group

601-428 Portage Ave

Winnipeg, MB R3C 0E2

Fax

204-946-5027

Hours

Monday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Tuesday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Wednesday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Thursday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Friday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

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