Saskatoon Dental Group is a locally owned, full-scale Saskatoon dental clinic offering general dentistry services. At Saskatoon Dental Group, we are dedicated to offering excellent care to our amazing patients who are like family to us. We are grateful to treat whole families in Saskatoon across multiple generations and have a multicultural team speaking multiple languages. In our latest Saskatoon dental tip, we talk about the Benefits of Restorative Dental Care. 

Having crooked or missing teeth has been connected to unhappiness and depression.  Studies have been done, advising that adults who have more than 6 teeth missing or removed can cause: 

  • Low self-esteem
  • Poor self-confidence
  • Anxiety (especially over public eating, drinking, or speaking)
  • Trouble advancing at work
  • Feelings of depression
  • Social isolation

Benefits of Restorative Dental Care

The benefits of restorative dental care are: 

  • Improved performance for eating and speaking
  • Disburse the force of your bite, helping you avoid jaw pain
  • Protect your teeth from shifting into gaps left by missing teeth
  • Keep your bite properly aligned for better biting and chewing

What kinds of restorative dental care does Saskatoon Dental Group do:

Fillings are completed when a cavity is small enough that the majority of the tooth is undamaged. 

Crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth.  They are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth.   They can be made of metals, porcelain, resin and ceramics. 

Root Canals are recommended when your tooth decay is too deep and the soft tissue or pulp in your tooth has become infected.  

Chat with your dentist at Saskatoon Dental Group the next time you are in to see if your smile would be better with some restorative dental care. 

We encourage you to visit us once a year for a full checkup and examination. Oral health is closely tied to your overall health and wellness; we can often identify issues before they become problems.

We are always welcoming patients looking for a new dental family. If you would like to book a checkup or if you have any dental questions please do not hesitate to reach out to our team. We hope we fully explained why you shouldn’t skip your dental check-ups!

See you soon!

The Saskatoon Dental Group Team


Woman showing off a big smile and pointing to her restored teeth