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“Can I Use Baking Soda to Whiten My Teeth?”

“Can I Use Baking Soda to Whiten My Teeth?”
added on: December 22, 2016
baking soda

Everyone wants a white smile, but everyday habits can really take a toll on our teeth. Red wine, smoking, coffee, tea, and many other culprits have a tendency to transform our once pure white grins into dull, discolored smiles. The good news? It doesn’t have to be permanent. There are… Read More…

Posted In: Cosmetic Dentistry

Your Smile May Be Aging You
added on: December 16, 2016
aging

When we hit a certain age, we tend to place more focus on our appearance and take preventive measures to keep up a youthful look. We exercise, eat right, protect our skin with sunscreen, and visit the salon to dye our hair or undergo cosmetic procedures. But what about your… Read More…

Posted In: Cosmetic Dentistry

Smile! It Can Make You Healthier
added on: August 12, 2016
smiling

There are so many reasons to smile — a funny joke, a cute kitten, a new baby, and many, many others. But at my Cambridge dental office, we want to give you a few more reasons to smile big and wide. Health Benefits of Smiling There’s a little bit more… Read More…

Posted In: Cosmetic Dentistry

Why Did People Not Smile in Old Pictures?
added on: May 24, 2016
old photos

Old photographs are packed with memories, but they’re also lacking quite a few elements that are common in pictures today. Color, for one. But perhaps the most noticeable difference between old time pictures and modern snapshots is the lack of smiles. At my Cambridge dental office, we want all of… Read More…

Posted In: Cosmetic Dentistry

Smile More, Stay Healthy
added on: January 6, 2016
smile healthy

We all smile when we hear something funny, when we’re happy, and sometimes we even fake it when we meet someone new. But a smile is much more than an expression. It can actually help keep you healthy. At my Cambridge dental office, we want to talk about the powerful… Read More…


Helpful Tips for Snow-White Teeth This Winter
added on: December 16, 2015

When the first snowflakes fall, everything becomes blanketed under a snow-white covering. It’s only after time passes and the snow melts when plowed piles start to look grimy and muddy. Your teeth are no different. Over time, wear and tear causes discoloration and a drab smile. My Cambridge dental office… Read More…