Aging can play a part in the health of your teeth. Although our teeth are strong and built to last, time can affect our ability to combat tooth decay and gum disease. Read our blog post for information on what to know about your own dental health as you age.
When it’s time to make a choice, whether it be what brand of toothpaste to buy, or where to go on vacation, we often feel overwhelmed by the seemingly limitless options out there. Read our blog post to help you decide which is a better fit for you, a corporate dental group or a private practice.
We understand that our patients have different levels of comfort when it comes to the dentist. While we want everyone to understand the importance of regular dental care, we know that some patients experience dental anxiety. Read our blog post to learn about dental anxiety and strategies to deal with it.
If you’re unable to fight off acne using the conventional treatments, it might be time to see the dentist. While that might sound strange, research shows it might just be the culprit. Read our blog post to learn how acne and poor dental health can be related.
Have you ever wondered how much of your oral health issues are because of what you do (or don’t do) and how much are completely out of your control? Read our blog post for a look at some common dental issues that can be affected by genetics.
Your oral health affects the rest of your body. This is especially true with our pregnant patients. Many expecting moms ask about pregnancy and dental work. Read our blog post to learn more about pregnancy and dental work. Contact us with any additional questions.
Call us at 508-318-4477 if you experience a dental emergency! Read our blog post to prepare for a future dental incident and learn what to do if your tooth aches, gets knocked out, broken, chipped, or cracked. We offer same-day dental care for emergencies Monday: 11am-8pm, Tuesday: 8am-4pm, Thursday: 10am-6pm, and Friday: 9am-4pm.
Read our blog post to learn about what root canal therapy is and what to expect during and after treatment. We are here to provide you with high quality dental care that you can afford! Contact us to schedule an appointment at our office to make sure your teeth are healthy and strong.
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