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Safest Halloween Treats for Braces
added on: October 10, 2017
Halloween treats

This Halloween season is just like any other — packed with costume preparations, decorating with ghosts and pumpkins, and preparing for a night of trick-or-treating. At our dental office in Cambridge, we love all the fun that Halloween brings to our patients and neighbors. But as you may have guessed,… Read More…


Top 5 Causes of Tooth Pain
added on: September 18, 2017
woman with tooth pain

We all know the feeling associated with tooth pain. You take a sip of your hot morning coffee and immediately feel a zing of pain. You clench your teeth and get a sharp jolt that makes you wince. Or perhaps you have a constant toothache that just won’t go away…. Read More…


Probiotics & Oral Health
added on: August 30, 2017
woman wears probiotics tshirt

When we hear the word ‘probiotics,’ we don’t typically consider them beneficial for the mouth, but rather, the gut. While probiotics certainly have their place in digestive health, at our dental office in Cambridge, we’ve come across some research that may suggest a link between certain types of probiotics and… Read More…


Why Dental Hygiene Visits are About More Than Clean Teeth
added on: August 25, 2017
man gets dental cleaning

There’s no surprise that your bi-annual dental hygiene visit is about getting your teeth a deeper clean than you can get alone at home. The hygienists at our dental office in Cambridge are dedicated to removing plaque, flossing in between each and every tooth, and polishing your pearly whites for… Read More…


Exercise & Oral Health
added on: July 28, 2017
woman exercising

We all know that we should exercise regularly to keep our bodies healthy. At our dental office in Cambridge, we also know that exercising can be beneficial for our smiles. However, just like too much exercise or improper form can lead to injuries or trouble with overall health, we also… Read More…


What’s Occlusion and Should You Worry About it?
added on: July 13, 2017
woman and dentist examine x-ray

You may have heard us talk about your “occlusion” during your visits to our dental office in Cambridge. But what exactly are we talking about when we speak about occlusion? Is it something you should worried about? Let’s take a closer look at what occlusion means and examine a few… Read More…


What Your Tongue Can Say About Your Health
added on: June 29, 2017
woman sticking out tongue

Have you been feeling a little off or just not yourself? When you’re not your best, you might be able to figure out why by simply sticking out your tongue. When you visit my dental office in Cambridge, we’re always on the lookout for any bumps or discolorations, just like… Read More…


A Few Facts About Your Bottled Water
added on: June 21, 2017
rows of bottled water

By now you probably know that the human body is made up of mostly water, and we need to drink plenty of it each day just to keep our organs and other important parts functioning properly. At my dental office in Cambridge, we understand how important it is to stay… Read More…


The Oral Health Hazards of Nail Biting
added on: May 17, 2017
young woman biting nails while stuyding

Nail biting is a habit that can affect not only the appearance of your nails, it can also cause damage to your oral health. As with any habit, nail biting can be difficult to break, but at our dental office in Cambridge, we’re hoping that by providing our patients some… Read More…


“What’s it Mean When My Dentist Pokes My Gums and Says Numbers?”
added on: May 12, 2017
young woman in dental chair looking up

If you’ve ever been to your dentist in Cambridge and experienced several gentle pokes to your gums followed by hearing some numbers, you’ve had what’s called a periodontal charting. This charting is helpful when evaluating overall oral health and can give your dental team some insight to a proper treatment… Read More…


Smokeless Tobacco & Your Oral Health
added on: April 27, 2017
chewing tobacco

Using tobacco products of any kind can not only have a detrimental effect on your overall health, there are multiple oral health diseases and problems that can also occur from the habit. Smokeless tobacco, also referred to as, dip, chew, spit, or snuff, is no exception. During this Oral Cancer… Read More…


Your Frenectomy Questions Answered
added on: April 20, 2017
woman asking question

At our dental office in Cambridge, we know our patients have questions about all things related to their oral health and the appearance of their smiles. Frenectomies are no different. What exactly is a frenectomy? Why would we ever recommend one? Can it really be beneficial? Not to worry, we’re… Read More…


Words of Wisdom on Wisdom Teeth
added on: March 23, 2017
wisdom teeth

Getting your wisdom teeth taken out is such a common procedure that over 90% of Americans undergo the surgery. But why is it important that these late-blooming teeth come out? Can’t they just stay in there? Well, sometimes they can, but if it’s recommended that they be removed, it’s to… Read More…


All About Tooth Sensitivity
added on: March 13, 2017
sensitive

Having sensitive teeth can be incredibly uncomfortable and painful, especially while eating and drinking hot or cold treats. At our Cambridge dental office, we understand how tooth sensitivity can keep you from enjoying your favorite foods and beverages, and we don’t want anyone to experience the pain and burden of… Read More…


Simple Ways to Limit Your Exposure to Sugar
added on: February 16, 2017
reduce sugar

There’s nothing wrong with a little sugar indulgence every now and then. We get it, sometimes you just need a little fix with a sweet treat. But as most people know, sugar is something every dentist really doesn’t like. And with good reason (more on that in a bit). At… Read More…


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