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Cosmetic Dentistry at TDA: Juliet and Beth’s Smile Makeover Stories

It’s often been said that when you smile, the world smiles with you! But if you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, it can make you reluctant to show it to the world. Cosmetic dentistry treatments, like dental veneers and Invisalign aligners, can dramatically change the way you feel about your smile and… Read More


Botox and Dentistry at TDA:

Why A Dentist is The Optimal Provider of Botox Therapy At Tewksbury Dental Associates, we can use Botox to help our patients in a variety of ways. We can use Botox to address the pain and discomfort caused by TMJ as well as for cosmetic applications, to ease the signs of aging. With Botox at… Read More


7 of the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Implant-Supported Dentures at TDA

If you have missing teeth, dentures can restore the function and appearance of your smile. The most advanced denture option today is implant-supported dentures. Unlike traditional dentures, implant-supported dentures are permanently attached, giving all the benefits of a full set of natural teeth! To learn more about implant-supported dentures, here are seven of the most… Read More


TDA: The Multispecialty Dental Practice Advantage

At Tewksbury Dental Associates we are proud to provide our patients with the highest quality and most advanced general, cosmetic, and specialty dental treatment available. We are a multispecialty practice which means that our specialists, including a periodontist and an endodontist, work together with the general dentists conveniently right here in our office. TDA patients… Read More


Ian and Christina smilingTDA SMILES Testimonials: Treating Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most common dental conditions and it affects millions of Americans each year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), almost half of adults over thirty in the US have some form of gum disease. If left untreated, gum disease can develop into more serious periodontal disease…. Read More


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