Restorative Dentistry – Peabody, MA

Effective Treatments For Preserving Your Oral Health

One of the biggest mistakes our patients make when it comes to caring for their smiles is postponing treatment. Oral health concerns like tooth decay and gum disease begin as relatively minor issues that are easily corrected with minimally invasive procedures, but left untreated, they progress and can cause significant damage leading to countless time and money spent on restorative care. We encourage patients to contact our team right away if they experience a toothache, chips, or other pain or discomfort that indicates they may need dental restoration. The sooner we begin treatment, the more likely it is your dentist in Peabody will be able to offer conservative care.

Why Choose Dr. Spiro Saati DMD for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Utilizes State-of-the-Art Dental Technology
  • Accepts Insurance & Offers Alternative Financing
  • Dedicated, Professional, & Friendly Dental Staff

Dental Crowns

a person holding a dental crown in Peabody

Dental crowns are constructed out of durable materials like ceramic and porcelain-fused-to-metal to help restore a damaged tooth. These restorations can effectively cover teeth, protecting them from further damage, reducing the risk of infection, strengthening their structure, and improving their overall appearance. Your dental crowns can be completed in just two appointments, and you can expect your results to last 10+ years with proper care and regular dental checkups. Don’t hesitate to consult our team if you want to schedule an initial consultation for repairing a damaged tooth.

Fixed Bridges

an example of a dental bridge in Peabody

Fixed bridges are a natural-feeling and functioning tooth-replacement solution that restores one to three consecutive missing teeth. These semi-permanent dental prosthetics renew the natural smile line and maintain the appropriate bite alignment preventing additional damage, dental drift, or further tooth loss. This popular restoration option uses existing healthy teeth to support the prosthetic, and the process typically requires two visits to the Peabody, MA dental practice of Spiro Saati, DMD.

Partial & Full Dentures

examples of partial and full dentures in Peabody

Patients who have lost some or all of their teeth have depended on partial and full dentures for centuries. Needless to say, dentists and patients alike have recognized the need to replace missing teeth, especially following extensive tooth loss for a very long time. Luckily for our patients, modern tooth-replacement solutions are much more predictably crafted and comfortable. We’ll use incredibly lifelike materials to provide a natural-looking and well-fitted restoration for renewing your smile.

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Ridge Augmentation

a digital illustration of ridge augmentation

The supportive structures of teeth are naturally shaped a little like a hill or ridge. When one or more teeth are lost, there is no longer stimulation for the jawbone and gum tissue. Over time, this tissue breaks down resulting in indentations in the natural shape of the jaw. Ridge augmentation is a procedure that replaces this lost structure restoring the natural shape of patients’ smiles, and providing better support for your tooth replacement.

Soft Tissue Grafts

an illustration of soft tissue grafting in Peabody

Soft tissue grafts are used to replace or add gum tissue to areas where it is lacking. While many patients don’t think of how lost gum tissue affects their smiles, several oral health concerns may arise if this tissue is not replaced including dental sensitivity to changes in temperature, increased risk for periodontal (gum) disease, and tooth loss. Cosmetically, patients whose gums do not evenly cover their teeth often express discontent with how specific ones appear to be different lengths. Those patients with “gummy” smiles often feel that their teeth appear stubby or too short. Those with too little gum tissue feel their smiles are “toothy.” Whatever the reason, our team will be more than happy to help!

Root Canal Therapy

an X-ray of a root canal in Peabody

Patients who experience infection or trauma that affects the innermost pulp layer of teeth know how painful this can be. Each tooth’s nerve system is housed within the pulp, so when damage reaches this inner layer, the result is a severe toothache and sensitivity to temperature fluctuations. Root canal therapy allows our skilled dentist to remove the damaged tissue and restore form and function to the tooth. If you have a severe toothache, sensitivity to temperature changes that linger, or notice discoloration on a specific tooth, contact us right away so we can begin treatment.

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