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Restoring the Beauty of Your Smile Through Cosmetic Treatments



Restore Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry in Orillia

A beautiful smile can have a huge impact on the way you look and feel. If you need to whiten your smile, fill spaces and gaps between teeth, repair cracks or chips and reshape teeth, Dr. Van Rassel Family Dentistry is the right place for you. We offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry treatments in Orillia.


Restoring the beauty of your smile through cosmetic treatments can do wonders for your sense of confidence. With these treatments, you can improve the colour of your teeth, repair misaligned or chipped teeth, cover dark stains, as well as replace your missing teeth. Contact us to make an appointment at our clinic.

How Can Cosmetic Dentistry Help?

Imagine being able to smile broadly instead of hiding your teeth. Imagine biting into a crunchy apple without worry. As well as being cosmetically pleasing, veneers, crowns, bridges and implants can help to strengthen your dentition, giving you the confident and healthy smile you have always wanted. Today’s cosmetic dentistry is suited to busy lifestyles and opens a world of possibilities.

Professional Home Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the fastest and easiest ways to brighten your smile. Professional home teeth whitening involves the fabrication of custom whitening trays made to fit your mouth which holds the whitening gel provided by your dentist. This will allow you to brighten your smile in the comfort of your home.


Whitening should always be done under the supervision of a dentist. We can rule out any underlying causes for the discolouration of your teeth and we can help you choose the whitening options that will best achieve your desired results.

Dental Implants

Missing a tooth or several teeth? Dr. Lynn Van Rassel can help you restore the function of your smile with dental implants in Orillia. Unlike fillings or crowns that are bonded to the tooth, dental implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone below the gum line. After the implant is placed, an artificial, natural-looking tooth is attached to it. Over time, your bone and gum will continue to grow around the implant, providing it with extra stability.

Oral Cancer Examinations

Prevent oral health problems with regular check-ups.

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