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Root Canals vs. Tooth Extractions: Which Is the Better Option?

May 18, 2022

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Woman at the dentist's office for a procedure.

If you’re suffering from a major toothache, you might be starting to worry about your outlook. But thanks to modern dentistry, there are many existing solutions that can alleviate your pain and discomfort while also restoring your smile to a healthier state! Here is a closer look at root canal therapy and tooth extractions, two treatment options that patients sometimes turn towards to address their painful oral issues.

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4 Surprising Benefits of Tooth Extraction

May 3, 2022

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Man smiling during dental visit.

The thought of having a tooth extracted is unsettling for many people—but you should know that modern dentistry often emphasizes a conservative approach, meaning that your dentist will only perform a tooth extraction if it’s absolutely necessary. That said, having a tooth pulled isn’t always a bad thing! Although you must say goodbye to one of your pearly whites, there are actually many benefits to this procedure that ultimately outweigh the downsides. Here are four of the surprising benefits of having a tooth extracted.

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Do Dental Implants Stain?

March 25, 2022

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Dental shade guideDental implants are a great solution to replace your missing teeth; however, they are a big investment. It’s normal to wonder if the time and money will be worth it? Yes! Your new teeth can stay bright and beautiful for decades with the right care. You won’t have to worry about your smile changing color over time because dental implants are stain-resistant, but that doesn’t mean you can stop brushing and flossing. Here’s what you need to know to keep your dental implants looking their best. 

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Got Dental Implants? Avoid These 4 Bad Habits

February 17, 2022

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close-up of nail biting

If you have invested in dental implants, you made a wonderful choice for your smile. Dental implants are the only truly long-term solution for missing teeth. They don’t require too much special maintenance, but there are some things you will want to avoid to keep from doing any damage. Keep reading to find out the four habits to break now that you have dental implants. 

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Is Kissing with Dentures Possible?

January 13, 2022

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Older couple kissing with denturesIf you are missing teeth, your self-esteem was likely lost along with them. Eating in public, speaking, and even smiling can be embarrassing, but those aren’t the only challenges. Just the thought of puckering up for a kiss can make your palms sweat. Kissing is important to any romantic relationship. Thankfully, you can enjoy a complete, confident smile again with dentures. Although they will look and feel natural, kissing with dentures can be awkward at first, but don’t let that stop you from smooching with your partner. Here’s how you can kiss passionately with your new smile.

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5 Tips to Manage the Holidays After Oral Surgery

December 7, 2021

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Two women decorating a Christmas treeThere’s never an ideal time to have oral surgery, but many people schedule their procedure during the holidays. Life tends to slow down during the season, giving you a break to focus on your recovery. Although your surgery might accommodate your schedule, it’s going to mean missing out on some of your favorite seasonal dishes or activities. Don’t worry, you can still enjoy the holidays. Here are 5 tips to make sure your recovery doesn’t damper the festivities.

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What Can You Eat After All-On-4 Surgery?

December 3, 2021

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All-On-4 for lower archStruggling to eat certain foods and feeling embarrassed about your smile are about to be distant memories because you’re investing in implant dentures. They’ll closely look and function like your real teeth, but you can’t chomp down on a juicy steak right after your All-On-4 surgery. Although you won’t have to wait to get your dentures, your mouth is going to be sore. Don’t worry, here’s what you can eat and drink after your placement surgery.

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Enjoying the Holidays While Healing

November 20, 2021

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Holiday foods on a plateThere’s never a perfect time to have oral surgery, but if your procedure falls around the holidays, you can easily lose your festive spirit. You know your mouth is going to hurt, so you’ll have to watch what you eat. That doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the season. Here’s how you can enjoy every minute of the holidays while healing from oral surgery.

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5 Reasons to Be Grateful for Dental Implants

October 25, 2021

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Senior woman with dental implants enjoying dinner with family

During the last few months of the year, many people pause to think about the things they are grateful for. Of course, family and friends top the list of reasons to be thankful. But many other things, including dental implants, deserve a spot on that list. Let’s talk about how this form of tooth replacement can enhance your quality of life and support your overall wellness.

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When Can You Go Back to Work After Getting Dental Implants?

August 21, 2021

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Woman with dental implants at work

Getting dental implants in Cambridge is a process that can take several months, so it’s important to plan ahead. One detail that you’ll definitely need to consider is how soon you’ll be able to return to work after the implant posts are surgically inserted into your jaw. Naturally, your oral surgeon will be able to give you a reliable estimate after they’ve examined your mouth, but it does help to have a solid grasp on the factors that can affect recovery time and what you can generally expect.

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