When we see a Brighton, MA, residents for gum disease, we want to help protect their smiles from serious complications, many of which could lead to missing teeth. While there is no cure for gum disease, we have treatments to help control and successfully manage the disease. In today’s blog, let’s look at three options for treating gum disease.
When gum disease forms, there is no cure. Instead, routine care is crucial for managing the disease to prevent tooth loss and complications for your overall health. But what can our Brighton, MA, residents do to avoid gum disease completely? In today’s blog, we’re going to cover the routine care needed to safeguard your gums and overall oral health!
Do you often experience tooth sensitivity or aches in one or more of your teeth? A number of factors could cause pain in your tooth, but if the pain is persistent, then you may need to see your Brighton, MA, dentists for treatment. Find out when a toothache should concern you, and how we often stop discomfort in as little as one visit.
A dental implant offers a long-lasting and durable solution to tooth loss. However, that doesn’t mean we just use to them address a single missing tooth at a time. In fact, your Brighton, MA, dentists can employ implant dentistry to address minor and severe tooth loss, even if you’ve lost all of your natural teeth. In today’s blog, we’re gong to look at how we improve smiles with dental implants.
Metal braces don’t have the be the only solution for correcting uneven smiles in Brighton, MA. In fact, our team often helps teens and adults enjoy more attractive and healthier smiles with a series of clear aligners. With Invisalign®, we have clear braces to correct misalignment while also offering other benefits, such as removable aligners and shorter treatment times!
Did you know that the health of your smile could impact your overall health? In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the mouth-body connection, particularly how gum disease impacts our heart health. When should patients in Brighton, MA, see us for treatment? How do we prevent gum disease and protect our health in the process?
While full and partial dentures may be removable, we can address minor tooth loss with a fixed solution. If you have lost between one and three teeth then your Brighton, MA, dentist may place a dental bridge, which provides a lifelike replacement option that could last for many years. How do we create and place these fixed tooth loss solutions? What makes them look so natural?
If you have a cavity, then you may receive a dental filling. If you have a minor chip, then dental bonding may be prescribed. But what if you severely crack or break a tooth? What if you develop advanced tooth decay? If so, then you may benefit from a custom-made and lifelike porcelain crown from your Brighton, MA, dentist.
While effective, many people find themselves a little nervous about metal fillings. After all, they don’t blend with the smile very well, or at all actually. However, we offer our Brighton, MA, patients an attractive and long-lasting solution that doesn’t require metal at all. Let’s learn more about our composite resin dental fillings!
Often, pain in a tooth could mean the presence of a cavity or possibly even a dental infection. Treatment is crucial for stopping the discomfort and preventing the loss of the tooth. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how we stop pain in teeth and how restorations can improve the health, beauty, and function of smiles in Brighton, MA.