Often, full and partial dentures are removable, meaning they will need to be taken out for cleaning or soaking. But are there alternatives that are not removable, and instead will be firmly fixed in place? In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist will explain how we use dental implants to fix full and partial prosthetics… Read more »
Category: Restorative Dentistry
When you have lost a natural tooth, you could feel embarrassed about your appearance. Over time, these gaps could also cause your overall oral health to worsen. To address minor cases of tooth loss, your Bedford, MA, dentist may create a dental bridge. But what makes these new teeth look natural, and how to we… Read more »
If you have a cavity, we may place a filling, and more severe damage could be addressed with a root canal or crown. But what if you have an oral health issue too severe for a restoration? To prevent major complications, may suggest removing the tooth altogether. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist talks… Read more »
When we repair issues with the health and beauty of your smile, we want to ensure your restoration looks great and blends with your smile. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist will explain how we create crowns that look natural, while also returning teeth to optimal health, function, and beauty.
When a cavity reaches a more advanced stage, this could cause the onset of a dental infection, serious discomfort, and eventually, a missing tooth. However, we have a treatment that helps halt advanced cavities and even dental infections. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist will explain how we improve oral health with a root… Read more »
When we develop cavities, this could mean discomfort as the decay grows in severity, and an increased risk of an eventual infection. To prevent these complications, your Bedford, MA, dentist may suggest a filling. Fortunately, we offer a lifelike option made from a unique, metal-free material known as composite resin.
Dental implants not only boast a 98% success rate, but they have the chance to last for many years, far longer than traditional bridges and dentures. But what makes them last so long? In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist will explain the process of osseointegration, which ensures your new teeth can offer decades, possibly… Read more »