Whether you’re missing just a few teeth or an entire mouthful of teeth, Dr. John Argeros or one of our other Peabody, MA dentists can repair your smile with a full-mouth reconstruction. Because of their extensive training and hands-on experience in restorative dentistry treatments like dental implants, you’ll end up with a smile that looks and performs as well as the one you were born with – maybe even better!
Even before your first procedure, you’ll appreciate our expertise and 3D imaging technology as we help you determine which treatments will work best for your full dental restoration. Your choices will include:
- Dental implants, including options like mini dental implants or All-on-X
- Traditional removable dentures, full or partial
- Implant-supported or implant-retained dentures
- A dental bridge, either traditional or supported by implants
Ready to discuss a full dental restoration? Call Dr. John Argeros Contemporary Dentistry and Implantology at 978-705-6051.
Get Your Full-Mouth Restoration From an Dental Implant Expert
While many dentists offer dental implants, few of them have the impressive credentials of Dr. John Argeros. He’s been placing and restoring implants since the early 1980s and obtained his board certification from the American Board of Oral Implantology / Implant Dentistry in 2007.
He’s one of only a few hundred dentists in the world to maintain a Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. In addition, he:
- Has served on the Publication Review Board for The Journal of Oral Implantology
- Holds a Mastership in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists
- Is a member of the Academy of Osseointegration
Dr. John Argeros or one of our other expert dentists will discuss all your restoration options with you and help you determine which will work best for you, given factors like your overall oral health and your budget.
Dental Sedation Helps Make Your Visit Worry Free
Some restorative dental procedures like dental implants can be more lengthy and involved than other dental procedures. So you may choose to receive dental sedation to ensure you’ll remain comfortable and relaxed the entire time. Our dentists can administer intravenous (IV) sedation that will leave you in a sleeplike state while they work. Many patients don’t even remember much about their procedures afterward!