Tooth loss affects more than just the way your smile looks. It can and will also affect your oral and overall health in a big way. That means the best way to protect your smile over the long haul is to prevent missing teeth — and the first step to prevention is education. Keep reading to learn about the top four causes of tooth loss from your Boston dentist, along with tips on how to prevent them.
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November 7, 2019
May 10, 2019
If you have noticed red, bleeding, and inflamed gums, you probably know something is not quite right — and, if you are like a lot of people, seeking treatment may not be high on your priority list, either. But you should know those are the top signs of gum disease, and that treating gum disease is vital for a healthy and lasting smile. Keep reading to find out more about the lasting effects of gum disease and how your Boston dentist can help treat it!
April 3, 2019
Brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist regularly can help you keep a healthy smile, but the simple fact is most adults will experience a dental problem at some point in their lives. Tooth decay is one of the most common oral issues — and it is also one that is best to treat sooner rather than later. If you know you have a cavity or if you are currently experiencing a toothache, keep reading to learn about the most common restorative procedures and which one may be best for your smile.
March 28, 2019
Have you thought about refreshing your smile for spring and summer? A professional teeth whitening treatment from your Boston dentist is a great way to freshen up your smile to help you look your very best. Most people are eligible for this cosmetic option, but there are some things to consider before taking the whitening plunge.
February 17, 2019
No matter how much you may feel like giving up, all hope is not lost for patients who are missing several teeth. Implant dentures can provide a stable and natural-looking replacement that lasts for decades. Instead of resting directly on the gums, an implant-retained denture is secured on implant posts which rest below your gum line and are placed by your Boston dentist.
January 17, 2019
Professional teeth whitening is considered a great non-invasive way to enhance the appearance of your smile without spending a lot of time or money in the process. It’s usually a straightforward treatment — but you may still want to ask some questions to decide whether or not it’s right for you. Below, your Boston dentist shares four common questions and answers for what you need to know about professional teeth whitening.
December 4, 2018
Invisalign can be a great way to help you get the straight teeth and beautiful smile you desire without having to wear metal brackets and wires. With this treatment, clear, customized aligners are used to gradually reposition the teeth over the course of 1 to 2 years. In some cases, your dentist will recommend certain accessories to help the process along. Keep reading to learn more about what Invisalign attachments and buttons are — and how to find out whether or not you will need them.
November 6, 2018
Patients who choose Invisalign to straighten their teeth have a lot to look forward to. This orthodontic option can improve the alignment of your bite without the need for visible metal brackets and wires. Plus, it allows you to live life pretty much the way you are used to. Care for Invisalign properly and you will speed through the treatment and be enjoying your new smile before you know it! Read more about the Dos and Don’ts of Invisalign below.
October 14, 2018
Losing one or more teeth doesn’t have to mean the end of the world for your beautiful and functioning smile. These days, options in restorative dentistry can provide a life-like and long-lasting solution for any number of missing teeth. Dental implants are the premier method of replacing missing teeth — but is this option right for you? Keep reading to learn these top 4 things to know about dental implants from your dentist in Boston.
September 5, 2018
Your oral health needs change as you get older, with the risk of gum (periodontal) disease especially rising for adults past the age of 35 and then again after 55. In fact, the majority of older adults have gum disease to some extent. This condition can have serious consequences for oral and overall health, which makes its prevention/maintenance a significant goal. Keep reading to learn what you need to know about gum disease in Belmont.