Teeth stains form over time as a result of a number of different factors, such as our brushing and flossing habits or what we eat. While we can’t offer cosmetic treatments at the moment, your Bedford, MA, dentist has a few tips for protecting smiles from serious stains, and improving oral health in the process.
We often have people ask this question: “Is this a dental emergency?” Well, if you’re experiencing serious discomfort or have damaged a tooth, then yes, you likely have a dental emergency. Fortunately, your Bedford, MA, dentist can help! We can still see you on a case-by-case basis to address emergency issues and restore your smile’s… Read more »
Staying home is the best way to avoid contracting COVID-19 and spreading it to your loved ones, which is why many businesses in our community are closing, and why we’re only offering Bedford, MA, residents emergency care at this time. But just because you’re at home doesn’t mean you should forget about your smile! In… Read more »
If you have pain in your smile, then you may need to see us for emergency treatment. Pain in one or more of your teeth could be related to very serious concerns, including an infected tooth. How do you know if you have an issue worth seeing your Bedford, MA, dentist about?
Staying home means flattening the curve and slowing the reach of COVID-19. To help, our office is currently closed, but we’re still available to address dental emergencies. A damaged tooth or serious pain could be a sign that you need emergency treatment to protect your smile from worsening symptoms. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA,… Read more »
Improving your general wellness involves caring for your smile. With routine care both at home and in our office, we help you avoid complications, such as heart disease and other inflammatory illnesses. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist talks about the importance of general dentistry, and discusses the steps we take to ensure our… Read more »
Fillings address cavities, and a root canal is the perfect way to halt an infected tooth. But what about a cracked or chipped tooth, or a tooth with advanced decayed? For a more substantial dental restoration, your Bedford, MA, dentist may create and place a lifelike crown created from a strong and durable porcelain material.