To help flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community, we are closing our doors and only offering emergency care for our Brighton, MA, patients. We urge you to stay home when possible and avoid large gatherings (and of course, wash your hands regularly). But you also need to keep your… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Family Dentistry
Gum disease impacts millions of people in the United States, and the advanced stages could mean the onset of periodontitis and with it, adult tooth loss. But could Brighton, MA, residents take steps to avoid this disease? Is gum disease preventable? In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the causes of the disease, and… Read more »
Did you know that once December ends, so do your 2019 dental insurance benefits? Instead of letting them expire without being used, why not schedule an appointment for you and your family with your Brighton, MA, dentists? In today’s blog, we’ll discuss treatment options to help transform your smile before the New Year begins!
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
The new school year is about the begin, which means kids, college students, and educators will be heading back to school. We know that once the school year begins, finding time to see the dentist can often be difficult. Instead of postponing your visit until winter break, why not see us for a back to… Read more »
We address a number of different oral health concerns at our office, from gum disease to damaged or missing teeth. We even offer cosmetic care as well. However, today we would like to talk about a rare dental issue only that only impacts between 5% and 10% of people in the United States: mandibular tori.
When was the last you visited the dentist for a routine checkup and cleaning? For some, these are easy visits to skip, as they assume brushing and flossing renders them unnecessary. However, even if you take excellent care of your smile at home, you should still see the dentist for regular preventive visits.
Even if you have high risk factors or developing gum disease, you can take steps to safeguard your smile. We’re looking at a few causes of periodontal problems, as well as potential solutions. To find out what you can do keep your smile gum disease free, try today’s quiz!
As April winds down, we feel it is important to cover a topic that can affect absolutely anyone: Facial injuries. If you didn’t already know, this is National Facial Protection Month. It’s a topic that receives national recognition because injuries to your face and head are something you can avoid, that can cause serious trauma,… Read more »