Having sensitive teeth can make it difficult to enjoy some of life’s greatest pleasures, like a scoop of ice cream in the summertime or your cup of hot coffee every morning. Unfortunately, many people experience tooth sensitivity. Brushing with certain toothpastes can help, and so can a topical fluoride treatment — keep reading to learn more about tooth sensitivity and how your dentist in Boston uses fluoride to treat it.
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February 9, 2018
January 14, 2018
Many people experience tooth sensitivity in response to hot and cold stimuli. People with extreme sensitivity may even wince in response to a sharp gust of wind that touches their teeth. Are you someone who dreads ice cream or hot coffee because of the discomfort it causes? If so, your Boston dentist can help with something that you may not have considered: fluoride. Keep reading to learn how this mineral can help to strengthen your tooth enamel and prevent uncomfortable sensitivity.
December 16, 2017
Teeth whitening is a wonderful way to transform the appearance of your smile without having to invest a significant amount of time or money. Doing your research first will help you feel confident knowing the treatment is right for you and your smile. Most adults can greatly benefit from professional teeth whitening — keep reading to find out everything you need to know about this treatment! Your cosmetic dentist in Boston has put together a teeth whitening FAQ to help you make the best decision on teeth whitening.
November 17, 2017
When you hear that you need a special treatment from any type of medical professional, you want to be absolutely sure it’s something that’s really necessary before forging ahead.
October 30, 2017
As the saying goes, with age comes wisdom and a finer appreciation for the little things in life — and those are two big reasons to smile past 50. But your Boston dentist knows older adults are also at a higher risk of developing several oral health problems as they age. The risk of gum disease, tooth decay, dry mouth, and oral cancer are higher for older adults. Keep reading to learn more about these key problems — and how you can prevent them — from the Kraft & Schrott Dental Associates Team.
September 30, 2017
Almost half of Americans have some form of gum disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
That’s a significant number — and it’s one too many people overlook, says your Boston dentist. After all, you’d be pretty alarmed if you knew almost 50% of people had a disease linked to uncontrolled diabetes, heart problems, and memory loss, wouldn’t you?
August 31, 2017
It’s important to know about how your overall well-being can affect or be affected by what’s going on in your mouth. Because your gums provide an easy entry into the bloodstream, your periodontal (gum) health is especially important for keeping the rest of your body strong. Your periodontist in Boston wants people who do not have their blood glucose levels under control to be especially aware of the increased risk for developing gum disease.
July 22, 2017
As your cosmetic dentist in Boston, we know our job isn’t complete until you absolutely love the way your smile looks. Our team of experts offers a number of aesthetic treatments to help, and by far one of the most popular is dental veneers. They are thin coverings of dental porcelain that remake the size, shape, and overall appearance of your smile.
May 22, 2017
From whitestrips to toothpastes and mouthwashes, there are a number of options available over-the-counter for teeth whitening — and the same is true about whitening treatments you can get from your dentist. At Kraft & Schrott, we have considered a number of the many professional-grade whitening kits available, and we prefer the KӧR Whitening system the most. It’s the safest, most effective treatment available, and it’s one that can break through even the most stubborn stains. Keep reading to learn why your trusted dentist prefers this particular option for teeth whitening in Boston!
March 30, 2017
Dentistry has come a long way over the past hundred years. Until relatively recently, having any dental treatment was an uncomfortable experience — forget advanced sedation, the fully-reclining dental chair wasn’t even introduced until 1958. However, perhaps no greater advances have been made in radiographic techniques and how we are able to look at your mouth. Sometimes we need to take a precise look at your oral structures, and a typical two-dimensional x-ray will not give us the whole picture. That’s why your dentist in Boston Kraft & Schrott Dental Associates uses advanced cone-beam scanning technology!