Dental implants can make a world of difference for patients who are affected by missing teeth, ill-fitting dentures or bridges, chewing problems and more. If you are considering dental implants in Boston, the Boston Center for Oral Health is here for you. Patient comfort is our top priority and we are dedicated to delivering personalized care and exceptional results. For patients who may have anxiety or fear about visiting the dentist, we also offer sedation dentistry options to help you feel at ease throughout the entire experience.
Our Back Bay practice is home to a worldwide expert in the field of dental implants and restorations, Dr. Sam Shamardi. We perform dental implant procedures giving you new teeth that look and feel like your own. In addition to replacing missing teeth, our practice also provides fixed solutions to removable dentures, both partial and full sets.
Common Reasons for Getting Dental Implants
There are various reasons for getting dental implants, which include:
- Replacing one or more missing teeth without affecting adjacent teeth
- Resolving pain or bite problems caused by teeth shifting into missing tooth space
- Restoring your confident smile
- Reestablishing proper chewing, speech and digestion
- Enhancing or restoring facial tissues
- Supporting a bridge or dentures, making them more secure and comfortable
Why Choose BCOH for your Dental Implants in Boston?
To add to our top-notch team, we have Sam Shamardi, D.M.D. Dr. Shamardi is especially focused in periodontics and serves as a part-time clinical instructor at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Shamardi trained for his Certificate in Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania where he had extensive surgical and non-surgical experience with procedures such as sinus lifts and crown lengthening in addition to dental implants.
Here’s What You Can Expect
The first step to undergoing a dental implant procedure involves a consultation. During this examination, the dentist will look to see if you have adequate bone in your jaw to support the implant as well as healthy gum tissues. The good news is that even if you don’t have adequate bone, a procedure called a bone graft can be performed to regenerate it. We also perform this procedure at Boston Center for Oral Health.
To get started today, give us a call today or fill out the schedule appointment form on this page. We are here to answer all of your questions about implant-supported dentures, dental implants and available payment options.