Restorative Dentistry - Boston, MA

Beautifully Renewing Your Smile Health

Whole-body health starts with a healthy smile. Dental problems wreak havoc with your teeth and gums, and they can also increase your risk for heart attack, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, pregnancy complications, and other serious health issues. Our expert team offers quality restorative dentistry treatments in Boston to strengthen smiles and give patients improved overall health. Your smile is our top priority, and we will not settle for anything less than your complete satisfaction.

Crown and Bridge

A missing tooth (or multiple consecutively missing teeth) can be replaced by a bridge, which is made up of several crowns that are united together. To place a bridge, a crown will be placed on each of the teeth surrounding the gap, and sturdy crowns fill in the space between. For a tooth that is severely damaged but still remains in the gum line, a single crown can be placed on top to renew its strength, beauty, and function.

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Inlays and Onlays

For tooth decay that is more severe, your dentist may recommend an inlay or onlay. This is the perfect solution for those in-between cases when a filling would be insufficient but a crown would be too much. An inlay or onlay is milled outside of the mouth like a crown, but it fits into the decayed area like a filling. This type of restoration may be tooth-colored or silver, depending on where it is located in the mouth.

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Dentures and Partials

Do you need to replace a few missing teeth or an entire upper or lower arch? We are happy to offer exceptional treatment with dentures and partials. Dentures and partials may be retained with natural suction or they may be affixed with brackets attached to the teeth. Either way, with your custom made prosthesis, you can not only enjoy improved appearance but also improved functionality. We also offer implant-supported prostheses for improved stability and comfort.

Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

Sometimes a single restorative service by itself is not enough to completely restore a patient’s oral health. In that case, your dentist may recommend full-mouth rehabilitation, which can help you achieve a full, healthy smile with restored appearance and functionality. This is a comprehensive approach that allows your dentist to improve your smile under the umbrella of a single treatment plan, rather than doing individual treatments over a longer period of time.

Call us today to reserve your special consultation exam. No matter what your smile needs, we look forward to using our expertise and modern technology to help you rebuild your smile.