We are committed to continuously improving access to our goods and services by individuals with disabilities. This website is currently being updated to enhance the usability and experience for persons with disabilities. If you are unable to use any aspect of this website because of a disability, please call 978.470.4555 and we will provide you with prompt personalized assistance.

Blog

Feb
20

Recognizing and Treating Gingivitis

When we think about oral health, one of the major parts of our mouth that can cause problems is the gum. If gums become red and often bleed, it may be an indication of gum disease. There are two different types of gum disease. One is called gingivitis and the other, periodontitis. Periodontitis is the […]

Feb
13

Bridges vs. Implants

If you are missing several teeth you know how difficult it can be. Missing teeth can cause problems with speech, chewing, and in some more serious cases, even the overall shape of the face. While these challenges may seem difficult and impossible to fix, there are things that can be done to restore your smile […]

Feb
6

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

Whether it was a car accident, a fall, or some other traumatic mishap that led to you harming your teeth, here is a guide on what to do if you chip, crack, break, dislodge, or lose a tooth. Oftentimes, traumatic accidents can damage your teeth. When that occurs, a dentist can help fix the problem, […]

Jan
30

How Stress Might Be Hurting Your Teeth

We all know that stress can take a toll on our overall health. Chronically stressed people are more likely to develop anxiety disorders and sleeping disorders, as well as more serious health concerns such as heightened blood pressure, risk of stroke, heart attack and heart disease. But what impact does stress have on your teeth? […]

Jan
23

What Medication Can Do to Your Oral Health

Taking certain medications can help treat disease and lead to better overall health. However, it’s important to be aware of side effects, as some medications can harm your teeth and gums. If you’re experiencing any of the following, you may need to take extra precautions to maintain a healthy mouth! Abnormal bleeding Some medications such […]

Jan
16

Coffee Stains Got You Down? Perk Up!

Love your morning cup of Joe but want to preserve those pearly whites? Here is some valuable information for you caffeine fiends out there! That perfectly blended aroma, that warm sensation stimulating our tongues, how could we live without it? We all know how important it is to have our daily dose, but also how […]

Jan
9

To floss before or after? The answer that no one agrees on!

Whatever your style – flosser, string, AirFloss, WaterPik – you have heard that flossing is one of the best things you can do to maintain healthy teeth. Thankfully, we have moved past the question of why you should floss and have moved on to when. But even dentists are divided on the issue. Removing the […]

Jan
2

The Magic of Salt Water Rinses

Saltwater rinses are commonly recommended for people with a sore throat, gum sores, or people who recently underwent a dental procedure. If you have never used a saltwater rinse before, read on to learn about the multiple health benefits. Salt Reduces Dental Bacteria – Salt inhibits dental bacteria by increasing the pH balance of your […]

Dec
7

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy During the Holidays

Oral Health for the Holidays The holiday season can be a difficult time for your teeth. You are surrounded by sweets and drinks on what seems like a constant basis and it can wreak havoc on your teeth. During the holiday season it is common to indulge in cookies, candy, and other sweet treats. These […]

Dec
5

5 Tips for Those Aged 40-60

If you’re between 40-60 years old, you have unique concerns with regards to your oral health. Here’s what you should be paying attention to. 1. Gum Disease Gingivitis is the first and only stage of gum disease that is reversible. If not treated properly, gingivitis can develop into periodontitis—a serious, destructive disease. Some people with […]

69 Park Street, Andover, MA 01810
| |
Fax: 978.470.8844
|
X
  • Call 978.470.4555 or fill out the form below.

X
[contact-form-7 id="244" title="Request Appointment"]
[contact-form-7 id="1341" title="A04 Appointment"]