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Our Patients Love Us in Peabody, MA – and You Will, Too

Our patients appreciate many things about our Peabody, MA dental practice. A few examples:

  • Our team of expert dentists, including specialists like an endodontist
  • Our extended hours, including Saturday hours
  • Our full range of dental services for the entire family, from dental exams to dental implants
  • Our advanced technology like 3D imaging

You don’t have to take our word for it, though! Check out our patient testimonials for an idea of what treatment at Contemporary Dentistry and Implantology is like. You can also view some of the smiles we’ve improved in our smile gallery. Then call 978-705-6051 to book your appointment.

Our office is located at 113 Lowell Street. We serve communities throughout Essex County, MA.

He gets my recommendation for painless dentistry. He has my vote! I hardly felt anything. And during the rest of the appointment, I almost went to sleep.

He did a great job. With the injection, I didn’t feel a thing. It was pretty comfortable and it wasn’t at all frightening.

I am delighted that my dental condition has stabilized and my treatment has reversed some of my condition. I was having a lot of tooth discomfort and Dr. Argeros thought it was all related to my jaw issues. The discomfort is totally gone now. The orthotic mouth guard is not uncomfortable to wear at ...

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It has been a positive experience. The teeth cleanings are always good. I appreciate the reminder postcards. The temporary on my implant held up very nicely. I am very happy.

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