At Dental Partners of Boston, we have an extensive assortment of specialty dental care services available. Take a look below for information on the specific services we offer.
At Dental Partners of Boston, we strive to do our best to respond to your emergency dental situations quickly. For problems big and small, you can contact our offices at any time. If we are closed, an answering service forwards the message to whoever is on call at our offices.
The skilled oral surgeons associated with Dental Partners of Boston have mastered numerous oral surgery techniques from dental implants to corrective jaw surgery. The dental team implements different types of anesthesia based on the needs of the patient. Prior to oral surgery, our dentists go over every step of the procedure and allow you to ask any questions that you might have so that you can make an informed decision on oral surgery.
Bad breath as well as bleeding, red, and swollen gums are signs that a mouth is unhealthy. The dentists with Dental Partners of Boston can help manage and reverse periodontal disease.
As part of the gum therapy and periodontal treatments offered by Dental Partners of Boston, patients can benefit from the FDA-approved LANAP laser treatment. This effective procedure allows for the treatment of advanced periodontal disease without the need for surgery. Additionally, long term sensitivity is minimized and there is a shorter recovery time compared to other gum therapy treatment options.
If you have noticed symptoms of periodontal disease, or if a dentist has told you that you have it, you're probably wondering what you can do to save your teeth and ensure your best oral health. Depending on the severity of the infection, many people are now eligible for a minimally invasive treatment called LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure), which uses a safe and FDA-approved laser and doesn't require incisions or sutures like traditional periodontal surgery. Wondering if LANAP is right for you? Read on to find out.
At Dental Partners of Boston, we offer ways for patients to replace and repair missing, chipped, or stained teeth. This is accomplished through methods like crowns and caps, veneers, and teeth whitening. Dental prosthetics are used in the treatment of missing teeth, oral cancer reconstruction, and traumatic injuries that damage the structures of the mouth.
Infected or inflamed tooth pulp can lead to extreme tooth pain. Through endodontic treatment, also known as a root canal, the dental team at Dental Partners of Boston can help relieve that pain. By using the latest dental technologies, our trained dental team can help our patients experience a comfortable, effective root canal surgery.
During root canal procedures, we at Dental Partners of Boston use microscope-assisted techniques to improved illumination and reach greater levels of visibility. With the assistance of a dental microscope, we offer improved accuracy in our procedures.
To treat the fear and anxiety of our patients, Dental Partners of Boston offers several sedation options. Oral sedation, intravenous sedation, and general anesthesia are available to help you relax and get the dental care you need without anxiety.
For patients suffering from TMJ disorders that impact the joint that connects the jawbone to the skull, Dental Partners of Boston is proud to offer treatment options. Our dental team typically diagnoses your TMJ and then recommends a variety of therapy options depending upon your individual needs. We also address problems with a patient’s bite that can contribute to TMJ.
Wisdom teeth extraction is a common procedure most people have to go through at some point in their lives. If not properly taken care of, it can result in infection, decay, or shifting of your other teeth. The dental team at Dental Partners of Boston explains every step of the wisdom teeth extraction procedure to our patients and answers any questions beforehand.
At Dental Partners of Boston, we want to help you avoid the complications that come from gum recession. Gum recession is when the tissue around your teeth is worn down and drawn back, which results in more of the tooth being exposed. Because of the receding gum line, pockets of space work their way between the teeth and the gums, making it the perfect breeding ground for bacteria that can cause many problems if left untreated. Receding gums also expose the root of the tooth, which is softer than your enamel and susceptible to decay.
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