DENTIST IN NORTHAMPTON, MA
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Welcome to ARCH DENTAL CARE
Dentist in northampton
Whether you need cosmetic treatment for your mouth, teeth, or jaw, you don’t have to wait for tomorrow. When you choose to have dental implants in Northampton, MA and visit Arch Dental Care, you can get treatment as soon as possible so you can start enjoying the rewards of a new, healthier mouth today. Contact Us and make an appointment for a consultation. You can learn about the benefits of this treatment and learn about the services offered.
What We Do
Dentist in Northampton, MA
Dental implants and family dentistry in Northampton
We offer comprehensive cosmetic dentistry, including restorative dentistry, cosmetic tooth restoration, dental implants, and root canals, denture repairs, bonding, porcelain veneers, composite veneers, gum lifts, teeth whitening, bleaching, bonding, laser whitening, ceramic-based composite veneers, teeth bleaching, and wisdom tooth removal. We and our staff are committed to providing a friendly, secure, non-judgmental environment where patients can receive treatment with respect and privacy. All procedures are performed by fully trained and experienced board-certified cosmetic dentists and orthodontists.
In Arch Dental Care, there are no limits to what your teeth can accomplish. Your smile can be transformed into a brand new you, with services offered that will make you feel confident about your smile and how it looks. You can benefit from services such as teeth whitening, which can remove years of stains and bring bright white teeth to light. You can also benefit from services such as porcelain veneers, which will give your teeth the appearance of more teeth than are present on your mouth while restoring facial features and increasing bite. You can have crowns or bridges placed, or simple procedures done to enhance your smile and improve your self-esteem.
Implant dentistry is the science of placing and creating dental implants to replace missing teeth or restore chewing function in the mouth. An implant is surgically placed into the bone mass of the jaw. It is usually designed to fuse with surrounding bones and to fuse securely. In some cases, tooth roots may have to be integrated with the implant.
We involve the art of creating artificial teeth using traditional surgical and prosthetic technologies. We can also use traditional prosthetics like dentures, bridges, crowns, and veneers. Our dentists perform cosmetic dental implants to treat patients who need simple dentures or bridges to correct problems with missing teeth or improperly placed teeth. Some patients who require more complicated treatments may require tooth-anchor surgery, gum repositioning, or ligament enhancement. Patients with diseases such as diabetes or autoimmune diseases may need to avoid using dental implants until they recover from their illnesses.
The success of implant dentistry depends on the skill of the dentist and the prosthetic. Our dentists properly diagnose the patient before performing any implant procedures. Patients with diseases like diabetes or autoimmune diseases may not be eligible for dental implants. Similarly, patients using artificial gum to replace missing teeth should also be carefully reviewed by an implant specialist. Patients who chew gum to ease the pain and relieve discomfort between bites should also be considered