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.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
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 »
Our last blog looked at a lifelike solution for advanced tooth loss. But what if you have lost all of your teeth, or nearly all of them? In these situations, you may need a full prosthetic. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist may suggest a full set of dentures that are removable, or possibly… Read more »
In our last blog, we explained how a bridge offered results for people with minor tooth loss. But what if you have more substantial tooth loss, or multiple gaps spread out across your smile? To help address these concerns, your Bedford, MA, dentist may actually create and place a partial denture. In today’s blog, we’re… Read more »
When you lose a tooth, or up to three in a row, then you may benefit from a dental bridge. Fixed in place and created with lifelike materials, a bridge could help you enjoy a full and functional smile again. In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist explains how we create and place a custom-made… Read more »
When a tooth develops a cavity, we may recommend a filling. But what happens if your tooth develops a much more serious injury, or an oral health concern that could eventually lead to tooth loss? In today’s blog, your Bedford, MA, dentist looks at how we design and create lifelike and long-lasting porcelain crowns.
When your tooth aches or feels sensitive, this could be more than just a winter chill. You may have a cavity, and treatment is crucial for preventing a cavity from becoming an infection or abscess. In order to treat smiles in Bedford, MA, your dentist may suggest more than a simple metal filling. In fact,… Read more »