Cosmetic Dentistry

Have you often wished for a more attractive smile? Do you avoid smiling because of stains, chips, gaps, or other imperfections in your smile? Cosmetic dentistry services provided at The Accolade Dental Centre can change all of that. We offer advanced cosmetic dentistry procedures, including porcelain crowns, dental bridges, implants, composite bonding, and complete smile makeovers. We are here to make you look good, feel good and have great smiles.

Dental Bonding


Bonding is a technique whereby composite resin filling material is placed on your front teeth. Composites are white plastic filling materials used for restoring decayed teeth, making cosmetic improvements, and even changing the colour and shape of teeth. Often bonding is used on front teeth to close minor gaps, and cover up any stains.


Porcelain Veneers


Porcelain Veneers are a thin, semi-translucent laminate permanently bonded to your teeth. Porcelain veneers are the most aesthetic alternative for a variety of dental conditions involving the front teeth.



Porcelain Fillings


Porcelain fillings are the best option for you if you are having larger cavities filled, or if you would like to replace your larger amalgam or other metal fillings. They are also a good option for restoring teeth that have been moderately damaged by decay. These fillings are stronger, more natural-looking, and even more durable than natural teeth.




A new orthodontic breakthrough that straightens adult and teen teeth without the use of traditional metal braces. The appliance is a clear plastic, nearly invisible, aligner that fits securely over the entire surface of the teeth.


Teeth Whitening


Teeth Whitening is a process that lightens the discoloration of teeth in one office visit. This process is ideal for patients who are looking for immediate results without the bother of tedious whitening strips or gels.



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Toronto, ON M5R 0C7

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