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4 Ways to Protect Your Child’s Smile in Time for the New School Year

August 3, 2021

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As your child is getting ready to start their new school year, there’s a reasonable chance they aren’t quite as on top of their oral care routine as they should be. Unfortunately, this can not only increase the risk of experiencing dental problems like tooth decay and gum disease, but negatively impact their academic success. In fact, research has shown that poorer child dental health was significantly associated with reduced school performance as well as social well-being. Today, a children’s dentist has four tips worth keeping in mind as you help your child get ready for a new year of learning!

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9 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Same-Day Crowns

July 29, 2021

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Same-day crown sitting in a milling machine

Restorative dentistry has been around for quite some time, and technology within the field has only become more advanced as a result. Researchers have designed many new ways to make receiving dental crowns easier and more comfortable, especially for patients. With the advent of same-day crowns, now people in need of dental repairs can get restorations faster than ever! if you’re just learning about same-day crowns for the first time, consider these nine quick facts to know ahead of your next dental appointment.

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What Can Happen If You Put Off Necessary Root Canal Treatment

May 26, 2021

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Woman with damaged tooth in need of a root canal

It’s no secret that no one wants to hear the phrase “you need a root canal” from their dentist, but they aren’t recommending this treatment lightly. In fact, they are doing so because while the tooth may be damaged, it is not beyond repair. If you’ve been able to get away with not having a root canal completed, even when you have needed one for weeks, months, or even years, you’ll want to keep reading.

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Your Toothache Could Turn Fatal. Learn How from a Dentist.

October 21, 2020

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Older man with a toothache in Wayland.

If you’ve ever had a toothache or experienced a dental infection, you probably know how much discomfort can appear as a result. However, did you ever stop to think about how a toothache could turn into something far more deadly? The next time you experience a toothache in Wayland, don’t simply brush it off. Instead, get in touch with an emergency dentist right away. Doing so could save your life.

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How Surgically Clean Air Benefits You, Especially During COVID-19

June 2, 2020

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A dentist performing an exam in surgically clean air.

Over the past several weeks, you’ve probably heard from local dentists and dental associations on how practices are taking all the necessary steps to ensure patient protection during the COVID-19 pandemic. As practices reopen so people can get their routine exams and cleanings completed once again, dentists and their team members are doing more than simply removing waiting areas and providing hand sanitization stations throughout their offices. On top of that, they are purchasing devices specifically designed to create surgically clean air. Learn what this is and how it benefits you below!

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Are You at High Risk for COVID-19? A Dentist Answers Your Questions

May 1, 2020

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One of the dentist’s high risk dental patients in Wayland.

Adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic can be difficult, but it’s essential that we don’t let our guard down at this time. While many communities are taking the necessary steps to protect themselves during the pandemic, it’s important to recognize that certain groups fall into the category of “high risk” when it comes to the virus. These are people who are more likely to suffer from the harshest effects of COVID-19. If you are considered a high risk patient or have a family member that falls into this category, you probably have many questions on what to do next. For all high risk dental patients in Wayland, here’s what you need to know.

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Stuck at Home Due to Quarantine? Here’s How You Can Stay Stress-Free.

March 15, 2020

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A woman smiling on a couch.

Staying stress free can already be difficult when you have a busy schedule. However, what happens when your community has asked all of its neighbors to stay inside in order to prevent the risk of spreading an incredibly infectious disease? In these uncertain times, it can be hard to focus on staying stress-free. However, there’s a good incentive to do so, and it’s related to your oral health, according to a dentist near Natick. To learn why and what you can do to stay free of stress, keep reading!

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Maximize Your 2019 Dental Benefits Before They Expire

November 10, 2019

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an older woman smiling in the dentist’s chair while the dentist reviews a digital image

Did you know that more than $100 billion is lost each year due to patients forgoing their dental benefits? This massive amount of money is returned to the insurance company, requiring patients to restart with each calendar year. From the deductible to the annual maximum, everything is reset to “0.” If you want to avoid being one of the people who lose hundreds or thousands of dollars each year, find out what you can do to maximize your dental insurance benefits before it’s too late.

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Halloween Candy: Which Are the Best and Worst for Your Child’s Teeth?

October 5, 2019

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Halloween candy and pumpkin

Who can resist that delicious chocolate bar or that sweet package of gummy treats? With Halloween just weeks away, your child is most likely creating a map of which houses give out the best candy as well as which ones that don’t. As a parent, you may be happy to see an apple or another healthy food item in your child’s trick-or-treat bucket, but let’s be honest, you want some of their candy, too. Before you let your child or teenager embark on a sugar binge, take the time to learn about the best and worst candy for your teeth and how you can keep their teeth in good shape this holiday season.

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Can Invisalign in Wayland Improve Your Bite’s Alignment?

April 4, 2019

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A person holding a clear aligner.

For decades, Invisalign has been incredibly effective at solving multiple issues with people’s smiles, all without using unsightly or uncomfortable metal hardware. While fixing rotated teeth, crooked smiles and gaps are ideal for those looking to improve their smile’s appearance, it’s not the only benefit you can expect. Oral care becomes easier to maintain with fewer spots for plaque to collect, therefore reducing your risk of developing dental disease!

However, a common question people have about Invisalign in Wayland is whether it can fix their misaligned bite. Today, a dentist is prepared to go over these details and the benefits you can expect from a healthier bite.

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