Restorative Dentistry Boston
Dental implants effectively replace missing teeth using a metal screw to act as a “root” that fuses with the jaw bone. Our Boston practice uses implants to anchor dental bridges, crowns, or complete dentures, providing a restored, attractive smile and fully functional bite.
With nearly 30 years of experience in using medical-grade ceramic materials, the specialists at Boston Prosthodontics offer the highest-quality restorative care to patients. This includes dental crowns to protect compromised teeth or act as replacement teeth when attached to dental implants.
In addition to restoring strength to your bite, we also believe patients should be confident in the appearance of their smile. We offer a range of dentures designed to best suit your needs. Options include custom-fit, removable full dentures or “partials” to replace a number of missing teeth.
To treat cavities while preventing further decay and damage, our practice utilizes high quality dental filling materials. Many of our patients prefer our ceramic fillings, designed to blend seamlessly with natural tooth structures.
Our expertise, knowledge, and comprehensive range of services allow us to provide the highest-quality restorative care to patients, including full mouth rehabilitation. Using a truly personalized approach to treatment, we are able to customize rehabilitative care to best suit your unique needs.
Dental bonding is a simple procedure in which a composite bonding material is applied to the surfaces of teeth to conceal discoloration, chips, and other flaws. This procedure can be quickly completed in one office visit, with immediate and striking results.
Using dental bridges combined with dental crowns or dental implants, our practice can replace missing teeth with a durable, realistic-looking restoration. A consultation can determine whether bridges are suitable to address your unique restorative needs.
Our ceramic inlays and onlays comprise a suitable alternative to conventional fillings, and are custom fabricated and bonded to your tooth for added strength. Inlays and onlays can be used to replace conspicuous or defective fillings using tooth-colored ceramic or gold.