Hadley Office


Life Dental Specialties
ADDRESS
190 Russell Street 
Hadley, MA 01035
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PHONE
Tel: 413-586-3157 | Fax: 413-586-8858
HOURS
Tuesday | 8am - 5pm
Thursday | 8am - 5pm


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Our office is conveniently located in Hadley, MA, a short drive from Northampton, Amherst, and Williamsburg. Call us today to schedule your appointment!



Life Dental Specialties provides periodontal care and dental implants in Hadley, MA. Board-certified periodontist Dr. Anthony Quinta offers a wide range of services, including periodontal surgery, scaling and root planing, gum grafting, bone regeneration, and laser therapy. As a dental implant surgeon, Dr. Quinta is pleased to provide patients with a number of options for restoring missing teeth, from single tooth dental implants to All-on-4 restorations and mini dental implants.

Call us today to schedule your appointment at our Hadley location!


Frequently Asked Questions About Our Practice

What is the difference between a dentist and a periodontist?

Dentists and periodontists both graduate from dental school with a DMD or DDS degree, but periodontists then go on to complete two to three additional years of training and education in periodontal care and implant dentistry. Periodontists have an in-depth understanding of the gums and jawbone.

Why should I see a periodontist?

Dentists and periodontists both graduate from dental school with a DMD or DDS degree, but periodontists then go on to complete two to three additional years of training and education in periodontal care and implant dentistry. Periodontists have an in-depth understanding of the gums and jawbone.

What is the difference between a dentist and a periodontist?

Dentists and periodontists both graduate from dental school with a DMD or DDS degree, but periodontists then go on to complete two to three additional years of training and education in periodontal care and implant dentistry. Periodontists have an in-depth understanding of the gums and jawbone.

Can you fix periodontal disease?

When periodontal disease is treated in its earliest stages, it can be reversed before it causes permanent damage. Later-stage periodontal disease can be treated to eliminate the active infection, but patients may need additional procedures like gum and bone grafting to repair the damage it has caused.

Are dental implants right for me?

If you are in good health, don’t smoke, and have adequate jawbone support, dental implants are likely an option for you. Patients who have health issues or insufficient bone density may also be candidates for dental implants, but they may require supplemental treatments like bone grafting or less-invasive dental implant procedures like mini dental implants.

Can dental implants be done in one day?

Yes, there are some implant restorations that can be completed in a single appointment. Dr. Quinta will let you know if you’re a candidate during your consultation.


See What Our Patients Have to Say


“Thank you Dr. Quinta. You and your team are OUTSTANDING! Your caring, holistic approach set the stage and allowed me to relax and feel confident. You and your team exude professionalism and the highest standards in patient care. Your knowledge, when combined with your practical technical skills, resulted in a very successful, painless surgical procedure.” – R.F.