Our last blog looked at a lifelike solution for advanced tooth loss. But what if you have lost all of your teeth, or nearly all of them? In these situations, you may need a full prosthetic. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist may suggest a full set of dentures that are removable, or possibly… Read more »
In our last blog, we explained how a bridge offered results for people with minor tooth loss. But what if you have more substantial tooth loss, or multiple gaps spread out across your smile? To help address these concerns, your Bedford, MA, dentist may actually create and place a partial denture. In today’s blog, we’re… Read more »
When you lose a tooth, or up to three in a row, then you may benefit from a dental bridge. Fixed in place and created with lifelike materials, a bridge could help you enjoy a full and functional smile again. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist explains how we create and place a custom-made… Read more »
We use cosmetic treatments to address multiple issues with your smiles, not just teeth stains! In fact, porcelain veneers, a thin cosmetic restoration, has even been known to offer our Bedford, MA, patients instant orthodontics. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we use these thin restorations to tackle minor misalignment!
While professional teeth whitening brightens smiles, we also have cosmetic treatments that reshape and contour the teeth, improving overall health and beauty in the process. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentists will be looking at how we transform smiles, often in as little as one visit, with our bonding and contouring treatments.
If you have stained teeth that cause embarrassment, then talk to our team about our whitening trays and a bleaching gel. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist is going to talk about how we address discoloration with a set of custom trays and a unique whitening gel, allowing you to obtain results that are… Read more »
With fillings and crowns, your Bedford, MA, dentist strives to repair issues like damage or decay, and preserve the natural tooth. However, sometimes very serious oral health issues mean a tooth cannot be saved, and leaving it in place could actually threatens the rest of the smile. In these scenarios, we may remove the tooth… Read more »