Category: Restorative Dentistry

Tooth Pain: 3 Things This Discomfort Is Telling You

Tooth pain isn’t the sort of thing that “clears up” in most cases. Sure, you can go ahead and take and over-the-counter pain reliever and you will find that it temporarily causes discomfort to subside. However, over time, the pain will resurface and in most cases will become more intense and more persistent. As a… Read more »

Selfie Suggestions: 4 Ways To Improve Your Smile

Are you that friend? The one who backs away slowly and then runs for the hills when someone wants to take a selfie? Do you occasionally feel motivated to take a photo of yourself, so you go about your business only to realize that though you look pretty good, your smile is ruining the shot?… Read more »

Tiny Offenders: Popcorn For Christmas!

Nope, little popped corn kernels are not the first things that spring to mind when one asks you about potential hazards for your smile health. They’re probably not the first things that spring to mind when someone asks you about holiday time snack favorites, decor, etc. However, popcorn happens to show up just about everywhere… Read more »

Your Toothache: Why You Shouldn’t Wait Until After Christmas

So, you have a toothache. It’s not excruciating or you would have already called us. Instead, you can manage it and it’s not constantly causing you problems. You’ve spent some time asking yourself what you should do, since Christmas is steadily approaching. Should you just pretend that your smile is perfectly fine? Or, should you… Read more »

3 Ways Your Tooth Replacement Is Extremely Helpful

You know that it’s good to replace missing teeth in general, of course. You also know that on a very basic level of preference, you’d much rather have all of your teeth than to not have them. However, when we’re pressing the matter and are really digging much deeper into why it’s so helpful for… Read more »

Your Smile Can Still Look Great With A Restoration In Place

What will happen to your smile after you undergo restorative dental care? You may worry that a treatment for a dental problem will result in a conspicuous filling or crown that has a negative effect on how you look. There are a couple of issues with this line of thinking. You should also know that… Read more »

Providing A Supportive Environment During Your Root Canal

Your Bedford, MA dentist is ready to fully address your needs when you come in for restorative dental care. When a patient needs work done to treat a cavity, it is important that they come in for treatment as soon as they can. A cavity, once formed, will continue to grow until your dentist has… Read more »