Restoring Function

When damage, decay, or another concern affects the health and function of your mouth, a restorative treatment can address the issue. At Saco River Dentistry, our top cosmetic dentists offer the most advanced techniques and technology available to treat a comprehensive range of concerns. They are extensively trained and seek to provide you with excellent care and compassionate service. We know that if you feel comfortable coming to us with a problem, you’re more likely to enjoy long-term oral health—and that’s our number one priority.

If you’re experiencing dental discomfort, missing teeth, or another dental concern, let us help! Follow the links below for more information, contact us with any questions, or schedule a consultation to learn more.

Dental Implants

Having one or more missing teeth can affect your confidence, as well as your ability to chew, eat, and speak. Eventually this issue can even lead to serious concerns like bone loss and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder. Dental implants can restore your smile with beautiful, natural-looking results that are also long-lasting.

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Implant-Supported Dentures

Traditional removable dentures are a popular way to replace a full set of missing teeth, but many people find these dental appliances uncomfortable and too high-maintenance. Implant-supported dentures offer an alternative option for individuals who want better-fitting, better-looking, and more comfortable artificial teeth.

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Crowns & Bridges

Even with significant damage or decay, a tooth can often be saved. Dental crowns are a type of “cap” that can be placed on top of a tooth to restore its strength and integrity after removing areas of decay, infection, and instability. Bridges are a similar type of restoration that are used to replace multiple missing or damaged teeth in a row. Both dental crowns and bridges come in an array of materials, with metal and porcelain the most commonly used, and each has its share of benefits. We can discuss your options during your initial consultation and select the one that offers you the best possible outcome based on your needs and cosmetic preferences.

Inlays & Onlays

If decay has developed on the bite surface of the tooth but is not significant enough to warrant a dental crown, an inlay or onlay may be a better, more conservative option. A dentist would use an inlay as a type of filling designed to address decay located within the bite surface of the tooth; an onlay is a type of filling use to repair decay that affects both the bite surface and the points that reach upward from the tooth. We offer tooth-colored inlays and onlays so that your results are as natural-looking as possible.


Implant-supported dentures can help restore your smile with stunning results. This innovative treatment can be used to replace all missing teeth on the upper arch, lower arch, or both using just four to six dental implants. All-on-4 offers a removable, easy to maintain, and long-lasting solution that delivers many of the same benefits as a full set of dental implants and addresses concerns commonly reported with traditional dentures.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Bothered by multiple dental concerns? Full mouth reconstruction can address two or more functional and/or cosmetic issues with one customized treatment plan. We combine the techniques you need most to help you obtain a healthy mouth and beautiful smile.

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