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Foods and Drinks to Avoid with Crowns

Our team discusses foods and drinks to avoid with crowns so patients can preserve their health and investment.

Posted by John Meola on Nov 14, 2018

Exploring Treatments for Chipped Teeth

At Dental Associates of New England, our doctors explore treatments for chipped teeth and discuss which option might be right for your situation.

Posted by John Meola on Apr 04, 2018

Dental Fillings vs. Dental Crowns

Dental fillings and dental crowns are both outstanding treatments for structurally damaged teeth; however, there are differences between the two.

Posted by John Meola on Aug 02, 2016

Understanding the Cost of Dental Crowns

The cost of dental crowns varies. The price of your restoration will depend on the material you select and whether you choose IV sedation.

Posted by John Meola on Sep 04, 2015

Dental Care Tips for Seniors

Dental care is important to maintaining a healthy smile as we age. Find out the best dental care tips for seniors in this blog post.

Posted by John Meola on Mar 09, 2015

Dental Implants for Single Tooth Replacement

Dental implant-supported crowns can replace a single missing tooth. Restorative dentistry options can improve the health and appearance of your smile.

Posted by Dental Associates on Jan 02, 2015

Crown-supported Dental Bridges vs. Implant-supported Dental Bridges

What are the differences between crown-supported and implant-supported dental bridges? Find out which is best for you.

Posted by John Meola on Jul 07, 2014

The Leading Causes of Damaged Dental Crowns

If one of the common causes of damaged crowns has compromised the strength or structure of your treated tooth, our dentists can replace the crown.

Posted by John Meola on Jun 04, 2014

How Long Do Porcelain Crowns Last?

Porcelain crowns can last a long time, but just how long? And why do they usually need to be replaced?

Posted by John Meola on Nov 04, 2013

Inlays and Onlays Treatment

At Dental Associates of New England, we use inlays and onlays to repair rear tooth damage caused by mild to moderate decay, with results that…

Posted by John Meola on Jun 13, 2012

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Dental Associates of New England

At Dental Associates of New England, we have a team of talented experts in restorative and cosmetic dental care who can give you the dazzling and healthy smile you deserve. We are affiliated with many prestigious organizations, including:

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • The American Academy of Periodontology

For more information about our services, contact our office online or call (781) 890-4900 today.

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