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Preventive Dental Treatments: New Year’s Resolutions and Your Dental Health

Preventive Dental Treatments  Preventive Dental Treatments | It won’t be long before we’ll be ringing in the new year! Many people use this holiday as an opportunity to make positive changes in their lives. If you’ve been experiencing more dental problems than you’d like, or would simply like to improve your preventative dental care, you

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Wisdom Teeth Removal and Recovery

Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth are the last of the adult teeth to develop. Although many people never experience any problems with their wisdom teeth, others have significant difficulty that leads to the recommendation of their dentist that they be extracted. At other times, a patient may not be currently experiencing problems, but the dentist recommends

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Invisalign vs Braces

Invisalign vs Braces Invisalign | Traditional braces have changed over the years. Decades ago, horror stories about these orthodontic appliances were commonplace. Braces were bulky, noticeable and often uncomfortable. Today’s metal braces are sleeker, less obtrusive and more comfortable. However, many people have turned to Invisalign as a more modern type of orthodontics.  Some considerations

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Dental Office In Framingham: Differences Between General and Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Office In Framingham Dental Office In Framingham | Like many fields in medicine, dentistry contains a number of specialties. Some dental specialties include prosthodontists, periodontists, orthodontists and cosmetic dentists. The dentist that most people rely upon is often a general dentist. Let’s examine two different types of dentistry: general and cosmetic. That way you

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Family Dentist Framingham: Common Services Offered at a Family Dental Office

Family Dentist Framingham Family Dentist Framingham | When visiting their family dentist Framingham residents are able to conveniently receive dental care for each member of their family under one roof. Your family dentist is the custodian of your family dental records and protector of your dental health. They also provide valuable educational resources and dental

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