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Signs You Need to Replace Your Dental Crown

Although the materials used to restore and rebuild teeth are made to be resilient and long-lasting, they are still subject to wear and tear and need replacing after their life cycle has reached its end. If you have a dental crown, here are some signs to look out for that indicate it’s time for a replacement.

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Dental Hygiene Tips for Older Adult Patients

As you get older, your health needs evolve, and that includes your dental health. There are several things you can do to preserve a healthy and beautiful smile, which also protects your overall health, as you enter your golden years.

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Why X-Rays are Necessary for Dental Care

X-rays are required every so often as part of your dental check-up. Do you know why this is?

When your dentist examines your teeth and gums at your six-month check-ups, they can only see the surface of your teeth. But what’s going on within the teeth and below the gumline is also an important part of your oral health. X-rays allow your dentist to take a closer look at those areas to detect any potential problems that may be lurking just out of sight, such as:

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Your Bite Can Shift Over Time. Here’s Why and What to Do About It

You look in the mirror and notice that your smile looks a little different. Your teeth aren’t aligned the way they used to be.

You may be experiencing a shift in your bite, a condition which is known as malocclusion.

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Managing Your Oral Health During COVID

Our goal at CITIDental Tremont is not only to make sure your mouth is healthy, but to help you understand the importance of oral health to your overall well-being. When we were growing up, we all thought that going to the dentist was just to treat cavities. They remain second only to the common cold as a health problem, but everyone has gradually learned that gum infection (aka periodontal disease or periodontitis) is far more serious.

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Managing and Cleaning Your Porcelain Veneers, Crowns and Bridges

If you recently had porcelain veneers, crowns, or a bridge with an artificial tooth placed, you are no doubt enjoying your beautiful new smile. But nothing lasts forever, especially without proper care. It is easy to think all your dental problems have been solved, relax your cleaning habits, and then a new crisis is triggered.
The good news is that if you are rigorous about cleaning and have a dental exam at least twice a year, you may never again need a cavity removed, periodontal surgery done, or a veneer, crown, or bridge placed again.

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Why CEREC is Valuable

In 1985, a revolutionary new system was introduced to enable single-visit dental restorations. Millions of patients later, CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) has produced impressive results in providing better and quicker crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays, or to replace old amalgam fillings.

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Halloween Candy to Avoid for the Sake of Your Teeth

Few things characterize Halloween more so than candy. In fact, it is one of the most popular traditions during this Fall holiday. However, sweets and treats are common culprits for dental problems such as tooth decay. This is why it is important to know what is actually good to eat and what to avoid for your teeth’s sake. Here are some candy worth avoiding from a dental perspective this Halloween.

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Dentist in Boston

Looking for a Dentist in Boston?

CITIDental Tremont is a highly established and regarded reputation in the Boston area for providing dental care that focuses on outstanding results and comfort. For years, our practice has passionately served the community. We are part of the evolution of cosmetic dentistry, and have offered patients a range of dental services and options for improving their smile.

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Tips to Prevent Cavities

Tips to Prevent and Avoid Dental Cavities

Tooth decay is primarily the result of bacteria and food. They lead to the development of a sticky substance known as plaque, which hosts the bacteria that eventually destroys tooth enamel over time. While this sounds scary, the good news is that it is preventable. With regular dental visits, you can catch decay before it becomes a serious problem.

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