Restorative Dentistry In Abington, MA

Restorative Dentistry: Smile With Confidence

Are you missing one or more of your teeth? Restorative dentistry can repair and restore the natural look of your smile. With restorative dentistry treatments, you can smile with confidence again!

Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings

For small cavities, tooth-colored dental fillings are an excellent choice. To protect your overall health, Abington Dental Associates only uses mercury-free fillings to treat cavities. Not only are they safer, but they’re also more attractive.

Gentle Root Canal Therapy

If your tooth is suffering from a large crack, cavity, severe pain, or an abscess, we may recommend root canal therapy to save it. If the idea of a root canal makes you feel nervous, don’t worry! Dentistry has come a long way in recent years – making root canal therapy a routine, easy procedure.

Your comfort is always our priority and we have sedation dentistry options for our anxious patients. Once your root canal procedure is completed, a dental crown will be placed to protect your tooth from further damage.

Same Day Dental Crowns

Our same-day crown restoration system makes it possible for patients to receive a customized crown on the same day of their appointment rather than having to wait 2 weeks for a crown to be created and placed.

These restorations offer beautiful aesthetic results that protect your natural tooth from further damage or decay. They’re also perfect for topping off your dental implants.

Dental Implants

Are you missing teeth and tired of suffering with a gap in your smile? A dental implant is a small titanium post that is surgically placed in the jaw to take the place of your missing tooth root. Due to its biocompatible properties, the titanium fuses with your natural bone to create a strong base for your replacement crown. Your replacement tooth will be carefully crafted to look natural and fit into your smile seamlessly.

Dental Implant Restoration

Problems with dental implants are rare, but they do happen. If you notice your dental implant has loosened, is causing your gum to swell, or the crown on top of your implant is cracked, call our Abington dental office right away! A dental implant can’t fix itself and if you try to treat it yourself, you could end up causing more damage to your mouth.

Partial Dentures

If you aren’t missing all of your teeth, a partial denture can be used as an alternative to a bridge or multiple dental implants. These removable partial dentures clasp into place, supported by your existing teeth. This type of denture is generally considered as a removable alternative to a dental bridge or dental implants.

Full Dentures

For patients missing all their teeth, we offer full dentures to give you back the function, feel and appearance of your natural teeth. If you already have dentures, but hate the way they fit, we offer an implant retainment option for greater stability.

Implant Retained Dentures

Implant retained dentures can significantly restore the wearer’s quality of life. Our Abington patients can be more confident during their daily activities with the superior chewing and speaking functions our durable implant retained dentures provide.

Using mini implants, Dr. Shirgavi or Dr. Schiano can install your prosthesis in just one appointment, with minimal surgery.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Middle aged couple smiling knowing they will have perfect fitting dentures from the restorative dentistry services at Abington Dental Associates. Loss of your natural teeth, whether due to an accident or as part of the aging process, can be traumatic and affect your outlook on life.

With the help of full mouth reconstruction, there are many options to restore your smile even if you have suffered extensive tooth loss.

Not sure which restorative dentistry procedure is right for you? Call Abington Dental Associates today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Shirgavi or Dr. Schiano.

We believe kids dentistry is about more than bright, healthy smiles. We offer empathetic oral health education and use simple explanations to your child’s questions.


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