Category: General Dentistry

Jawbone Density Changes As We Age

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Many of us will develop osteoporosis as we age, especially for women. A disease of the skeletal system that leads to weaker bones, it can also have a damaging impact on your oral health, as well. Today, your Bedford, MA dentist speaks on the dangers of osteoporosis on your mouth, and how to prepare with… Read more »

Cleanings Make All The Difference

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Our teeth are constantly picking up particles of food, and no matter how well we brush, there will always be areas we cannot reach ourselves. Your regular daily oral health regimen cannot remove tartar, it must be done at a dental office. And also, you might not be able to see buildup yourself, making cleaning… Read more »

Diet Affects The Whole Mouth

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We learn from a very young age to avoid sugar in order to keep our teeth healthy. But maintaining a healthy smile is about more than simply cutting out candy. Some of the more innocent of foods can spur tooth decay, as well. Your dietary decisions can also pose lasting issues with your oral health… Read more »

Taking Time To Brush And Floss

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When you care for your smile each day, this helps control plaque buildup and safeguards smiles against tooth decay and gum disease. Which is why people of all ages need to know how to properly brush and floss their teeth! In today’s blog, your Kennedy, MA, dentist talks about how to brush and floss the… Read more »

Crafting Lifelike Crowns With Porcelain 

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When a filling isn’t enough to repair a tooth and bring relief, we may use a lifelike restoration to offer quality repair. We craft our dental crowns from porcelain, and can address a variety of issues in as little as two visits. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist talks about how we craft these… Read more »

Treating Extreme Tooth Decay

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When your tooth decay remains untreated or a lengthy amount of time, this could mean a filling is no longer enough to bring relief. Instead, your smile could benefit from a different restorative treatment option. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist talks about treating extreme tooth decay with a root canal.

Everything You Should Know About Root Canals

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Not all cavities are created equal. Some remain closer to the crown of your teeth and can be treated with a simple filling. Others, descend deep into the pulp of your tooth, causing a more serious infection. In these cases, root canal treatment is often necessary. While this seems like a more intimidating procedure, it… Read more »