Information About General Dentistry Services

At Chestnut Hill Dental, our team of skilled dental professionals offers numerous treatment options to restore and enhance the overall oral health of our Chestnut Hill, MA patients. Through annual dental exams and cleanings, we are able to carefully detect any underlying conditions that may need treatment in the future. Additionally, we provide advanced restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures that can include a personalized smile makeover, full-mouth reconstruction, Invisalign® clear aligners, and porcelain veneers. Within our carefully curated facility, we work to help our patients experience their desired smile goals for a confident, healthy smile.

Filter25 Services ( View All )

Men, women, and children of all ages should undergo yearly dental examinations to ensure their mouths are healthy and free of any dental concerns.

Chestnut Hill Dental recommends attending bi-annual dental cleanings at our area facility to protect yourself against plaque buildup and tooth decay.

At our Chestnut Hill, MA practice, we use digital x-ray technology to capture a full and complete image of your entire mouth, including each tooth.

Dental sealants are a preventive (pediatric) dental treatment that seals and protects teeth from potential tooth decay and/or future cavities.

Fluoride is a bone-strengthening mineral that is applied to the teeth during visits to help them fight back against tooth decay and enamel erosion.

Should you experience a dental emergency after normal business hours, Chestnut Hill Dental can provide you with the emergency dental care you need.

Patients who suffer from TMJ-related jaw pain need specialized treatment from a skilled team of dental professionals. Chestnut Hill Dental can help!

Chestnut Hill Dental is especially skilled at restorative dentistry procedures, like full-mouth reconstruction, which involves a full-mouth makeover.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to match the natural teeth with a composite resin that is cured into place following the removal of a dental cavity.

Fixed and removable dental restorations, known as dental bridges, restore appearance & function to patients missing one or more of their teeth.

Dental crowns are a form of restoration used to cover and protect a cracked, broken, or weak tooth, helping it to remain strong and functional.

Dental implants can be used to replace one or multiple missing teeth for long-lasting restorations that resemble the rest of your remaining teeth.

All-on-4 implants are an exciting alternative to traditional implants that allows for the same stability with fewer surgically implanted posts.

Partial or full removable dentures are custom made by our dental team to fit comfortably and function properly when you are chewing and speaking.

A smile makeover may consist of several aesthetic dental procedures to improve the appearance and functionality of your smile.

Porcelain veneers are thin covers placed over the front of the teeth to improve their overall shape, size, and color for an enhanced smile.

Dental inlays and onlays are used to treat a damaged tooth and are made of multiple materials for a fully restored smile.

At-home teeth whitening kits are custom created by our experienced dental team to help you achieve a brighter, whiter smile over time.

Dental bonding and contouring can cosmetically improve the appearance of a tooth with the use of composite resin as a quick, effective treatment.

Invisalign clear teeth aligners offer a more attractive, comfortable way to effectively straighten your teeth for a more appealing smile.

Periodontal (gum) disease can cause a significant amount of damage to your mouth and is treated through several different procedures.

Scaling and root planing is used to effectively treat the initial stage of gum disease by deep cleaning below the gumline.

Mouth guards are provided to protect your teeth, gums, and jaw during physical contact sports, as well as other events with a high risk of injury.

Night guards are able to prevent teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, in order to protect your teeth and jaw.

Retainers can be both fixed and removable in order to keep your newly straightened teeth in place following orthodontic treatment.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.