Restorative Dentistry – Boston, MA

The Highest Caliber of Science-Based Restorative Care

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Our team at Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group has published countless clinical, award-winning studies on the performance of ceramic restorations, and we implement our findings in our treatments here at our practice. This data-driven approach to care allows our patients to enjoy restorations that not only look flawless and lifelike but also stand the test of time.

Better yet, prosthodontists serve as leaders of the overall dental team and are able to coordinate thorough, precise collaboration between other necessary dental and medical specialists. With each of our ceramic restorations being hand-made in our dental laboratory by our master ceramist, the process from beginning to end will be smooth and streamlined, all culminating in a complete and healthy smile. If you’re interested in learning more about restorative dentistry in Boston, read on or call our dental office to schedule an appointment.

Why Choose Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?

  • In-House Dental Lab & Master Ceramist
  • Leaders in Ceramic Restorations Clinical Research
  • A Team of Educators & Leaders in Prosthodontics

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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No case is too complex or big for our team to take on—in fact, many professionals refer patients to us for those exact reasons. Our team of world-renowned prosthodontists can restore smiles affected by severely worn, lost and/or damaged teeth to their full function and appearance. Working alongside your prosthodontist and master ceramist, you’ll be able to curate your full mouth reconstruction with the guidance and help of our team of professionals.

Dental Crowns

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We often recommend dental crowns for teeth that have been treated in the past, like those with large fillings or root canals. Dental crowns can also be anchored to dental implants to replace single missing teeth, eliminating the need for extensive preparation of natural teeth, like what will be required with a traditional bridge. We can craft these restorations from a variety of different materials, including gold, porcelain-fused-to-metal, ceramic, zirconia, and all-porcelain.

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Ceramic Inlays & Onlays

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Due to our prosthodontists’ extensive research on the longevity of ceramic restorations, we highly recommend ceramic inlays and onlays to restore damage caused by decay. Not only is this treatment method minimally invasive, but it also yields ideal, long-lasting results as opposed to more common tooth-colored fillings. Once the affected tooth has been cleaned and sanitized, our team will secure the restoration in place, sealing the vulnerable inner chamber from threatening oral bacteria.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Tooth-colored fillings are often recommended to treat damage caused by cavities. They’re made from a biocompatible material called composite resin, which can fuse with the natural tooth enamel to create a tight seal. The resin also comes in a variety of tooth-colored shades, allowing us to customize its color to be virtually indistinguishable from your natural tooth. Although these don’t last as long as ceramic inlays and onlays, they do provide suitable protection for an average of five to seven years.

Concierge Care for Dental Emergencies

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Failing dental crowns and replacement teeth always seem to occur when you least expect them and at the most inconvenient times, like whenever your general dentist’s office is closed. At Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group, we’re proud to offer concierge emergency dental care for our regular patients, so whenever you find yourself in need of expert, urgent treatment, you can count on us.

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