Welcome To Concord Dental Associates
We are dedicated to staying on top of the latest diagnostic tools and treatments. It is our goal to give our patients healthy smiles of which they can be proud. We want to achieve that goal as easily as possible for our patients.
We couldn’t be the office we are without our staff. They are always helping patients by giving them the information they need to make the right decision. Our staff will discuss all of your options and what to expect. They are here to answer your questions and address your concerns. It is their goal to give you a satisfying experience every time you walk through our doors. Quite simply, they are great at what they do!
If you would like to visit our office, feel free to contact us today at (978) 369-6611 (Concord) or (617) 244-6010 (Newton).
We Always Welcome New Patients
Our goal is to help you through your first appointment. We all know how scary it can be, so we are here to answer any questions or help alleviate any concerns you may have.
We work hard to offer our patients (new and old) a welcoming and comfortable office. We know that you may be anxious about your visit, so we will do everything we can do to help.
We know that the first appointment is the worst because of all of the paperwork. Because of this, we can mail you the paperwork so you can complete it before you come.
If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, feel free to contact us today at (978) 369-6611.
Crowns and Bridges
A crown covers your tooth to help restore its original shape and size. Bridges replace gaps in your smile with artificial teeth.
There are a lot of whitening products on the market, so it is important to discuss your options with your dentist.
If you have missing teeth, you may need dental implants. We don’t want you to suffer from a smile that embarrasses you.
Root canals are done to repair and save teeth that infected or decayed when a filling won’t work.
Invisalign® is a wonderful alternative treatment to braces. You can straighten your teeth without us putting metal in your mouth.
Veneers are thin shells intended to cover the front side of teeth to hide stains, chips, decay, or irregularities.