Category: Oral Health

Do You Grind Your Teeth Too Much?

Along with your jaw, your teeth are among your most-often-used body parts. If they aren’t tearing and grinding your food, they may be providing a means for you to enunciate your words clearly. On occasion, you might also use them to open a bottle of ketchup or cut a string from your clothes, or grind… Read more »

Is Morning Breath Ruining the Rest of Your Day?

Are you cranky most mornings, but feel better once you brush your teeth and your mouth feels fresher? Even if you’re not, you might grow cranky, or at least irritated, if your morning breath doesn’t go away after brushing. Persistent bad breath can ruin the best of moments, especially if you pride yourself on maintaining… Read more »

Why is Brushing Your Teeth Important?

Brushing your Teeth in Bedford, MA

Throughout your life, you may have been told about the importance of brushing your teeth; however, you may be unaware that there are ways you can achieve a full, thorough dental cleaning through a task this simple. Brushing your teeth involves more than simply putting toothpaste on the tooth brush and scrubbing your teeth for… Read more »

A Few Good Tips for Better Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene in Bedford, MA

Though the basics of good dental hygiene are not necessarily complicated, keeping your smile strong and healthy for life often requires more than occasionally brushing and flossing your teeth. How and when you brush your teeth, and what happens in the meantime, are essential to maintaining your long-term good dental health. To help you better… Read more »

Stop Gum Disease Before It Starts

Gum Disease in Bedford, MA

To learn more about how to stop gum disease, call Bedford Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Bedford, MA, today at (781) 275-0200.

FAQs About Dental Sealants

Dental Sealants in Bedford, MA

To ensure that your child’s teeth remain healthy, and cavity-free, we recommend dental sealants be applied to their permanent teeth.

The Impact of Stress on Oral Health

Oral Health in Bedford, MA

Stress can also lead to jaw clenching, nighttime teeth grinding, or biting our nails. Dr. Kennedy reviews how to manage oral health issues that arise in periods of stress.