A healthy smile is important, but if you're not comfortable with cosmetic flaws in your teeth, you may be reluctant to smile and talk, especially in unfamiliar situations. That's why the team at Danzig Dental in Billerica, MA, -Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, and Dr. Lili Tayari- offer a host of cosmetic dental procedures all designed to help you feel confident about your looks while keeping your dental health at the forefront.
One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to improve your smile's appearance is with dental bonding. Bonding material is made from glass, plastic, and ceramic and starts out as a pliable, tooth-colored putty that your Billerica dentist can apply to chipped areas, gaps, and shortened or misshapen teeth. The material is sculpted into place and then hardened, giving you a new and beautiful smile to show off.
Another easy and affordable way to boost your smile's aesthetic appeal is by taking an hour to have a professional whitening treatment at Danzig Dental in Billerica. The whitening gel we use is of the highest professional quality and produces the most dramatic and long-lasting results, with many patients going a year or more between treatments.
Having a missing tooth can be embarrassing and uncomfortable, but dental implants can reverse all of that by filling in those spaces with high-quality, permanent restorations that require no removal or maintenance. Dental implants from your Billerica dentist aren't just cosmetic; they also help maintain your jawbone and remaining teeth, making them an excellent investment in the future of your oral health.
To learn more about cosmetic dentistry, or any other procedure we offer at Danzig Dental, contact our office in Billerica, MA, today. Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, and Dr. Lili Tayari are here to help you make the best decisions about your dental health!
Are you suffering from dental pain?
Your Billerica, MA, dentists - Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, and Dr. Lili Tayari - can help with root canal therapy. Most people are afraid of root canal treatments because of the mythical pain they cause.
Root canals are an endodontic treatment deals with the pain you already feel. Sometimes the pain can go away on its own, but a root canal may be necessary if that doesn't happen.
If the pulp of your tooth develops an infection or becomes inflamed, you'll need your doctor to go in, clean and disinfect the pulp, seal the canal, and place a crown that matches the rest of your teeth.
There are several reasons why your tooth may have been infected. Here are a few reasons why:
Getting a root canal is important to keep your teeth healthy. There's no need to be worried about a painful procedure because dentistry is more advanced today than it used to be! For more information or to schedule an appointment for a root canal, or another treatment, call your Billerica, MA, dentists - Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, and Dr. Lili Tayari - at (978) 667-2741.
Doctors and dental experts all agree that one of the best preventive steps you can take for your teeth and gums is to come in for cleanings twice each year. It seems like a small thing, but a 30 to 45-minute visit to a dentist at Grateful Dentists in Billerica, MA for a professional cleaning can give your smile a new chance at health and vitality. It can also help you avoid having to go to the dentist for more concerning and urgent issues.
When you brush your teeth every day, you do your smile a great service. It stops the formation of plaque and keeps your tooth enamel strong. But even the best toothbrush cannot do as good a job as your dentist. When there is an accumulation of hardened tartar or calculus, only your dentist can safely, properly, and thoroughly remove it using dental tools. Your dentist can also polish the enamel, giving it a smoother feel and appearance.
Your Oral Hygiene Routine
If you follow the suggestions of the American Dental Association, that means that you brush your teeth twice a day and floss at least one time per day (before you go to sleep at night). That is a major step in the right direction if you want to have a healthy smile and strong teeth. But you also need a second pair of eyes to look at what’s going on in your mouth, to prevent unwanted dental problems like tooth decay, cavities, and periodontal disease. Some dental issues aren’t pinpointed until there’s a sensation of pain, but your Billerica dentist can help you avoid getting to that stage.
Your Smile Can Be Healthier
You may take excellent care of your smile at home, but if you haven’t seen a dentist in a while, it’s time to make an appointment. A dentist can address numerous issues besides just preventing dental diseases, such as whitening your stained smile, correcting the position of your teeth, and keeping your breath fresh.
Schedule Your Cleaning Today
Now that you understand the value in regular professional cleanings, start making them a part of your lifestyle. You’ll soon see the benefits of seeing your Billerica, MA dentist for six-month checkups. Call (978) 667-2741 today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, or Dr. Lili Tayari.
Have you ever had a tooth extracted? Congratulations if you haven't! Your Billerica, MA dentists - Dr. Barry Danzig, Dr. Adam Danzig and Dr. Lili Tayari - wish to keep their patients' smiles strong and healthy; so they work hard at preventive dentistry. However, sometimes a tooth must be extracted. Read the reasons why, how the procedure goes and what post-extraction care involves.
Losing a tooth
It causes an unsightly smile gap and reduced oral function. In other cases, extraction facilitates dental procedures such as orthodontics. Here's why your Billerica dentist may recommend extraction:
- Tooth decay and abscess While tooth-colored fillings, dental crowns and root canal therapy (for infection) treat cavities, sometimes damage is severe. If it is, extraction and replacement with a dental implant or fixed bridge is best.
- Gum disease The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research says that advanced periodontitis is the leading cause of tooth loss in the US. When a tooth has lost substantial gum tissue and bone, it loosens, is prone to deep decay and infection and can even fall out. When a tooth is too far gone and cannot be splinted or if bone loss is too severe, extraction is the only solution.
- Trauma A deep crack or tooth avulsion may necessitate extraction.
- Orthodontic correction When teeth are overcrowded, your Billerica dentist may advise extraction of one or more healthy teeth.
- Wisdom teeth These third molars enter the mouth during adolescence, may crowd neighboring teeth or may be impacted below the gums, causing pain and infection. While prophylactically extracting wisdom teeth is debatable, all dentists agree that a troublesome wisdom tooth must be removed.
- Other medical treatments Because of their location, some teeth impede cancer therapy or other important treatments.
The process and aftercare
There are a couple of ways to extract a tooth. One is simple extraction during which the dentist injects the area around the tooth with a local anesthetic. When it's numb, he or she rocks the tooth with an elevator dental instrument to loosen it. Then, the dentist grasps the tooth with a forceps to extract it. A few sutures close the site, and the patient bites on sterile gauze to quell bleeding.
Another method is surgical extraction. Most of these procedures may be performed at Grateful Dentists; however, complex cases go to an oral surgeon. During surgical extraction, the patient is numbed with a localized medication, or the dentist may elect other methods of anesthesia such as laughing gas or oral conscious sedation.
In any case, the dentist must incise the gums to extract the tooth as it may be encased in gum tissue and/or bone. Sutures close the socket.
At home, the extraction patient:
- Rinses with salt water
- Eats a soft diet
- Drinks with a straw
- Does not brush for 24 hours
- Takes over the counter analgesics
Do you need a tooth extracted?
Don't be afraid. The professional staff at Grateful Dentists in Billerica, MA will take care of it comfortably and quickly. Call the office today for a consultation: (978) 667-2741.
One of the most notable advances in dental technology is called CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics). It is a technology that allows your dentist to restore your smile in the same visit rather than having to come back for a second appointment. CEREC is a convenient treatment available to patients of the Grateful Dentists in Billerica, MA.
A dental restoration is any device or structure meant to rebuild and shore up an existing tooth, or created to replace a missing tooth. Common restorations include dental crowns, veneers, fillings, and bridges. They add to your smile by giving it renewed strength and an improved appearance. Most modern restorations are made of quality porcelain material, but they can also be crafted from a ceramic material.
What Is CEREC?
Usually, it takes weeks for a dental restoration to be created in a lab after your impressions are made. With CEREC your dentist can create it “on the fly” while you wait in the chair. After the tooth is prepared, a CAD/CAM image is taken and loaded into the system. A piece of raw material is inserted into the CEREC device that now has information about the shape of your tooth. The machine cuts a new dental crown or veneer that’s designed just for you.
Benefits of Opting for CEREC
The team at Grateful Dentists in Billerica, MA is committed to helping you with the latest dental technologies. If you opt for CEREC treatment you will enjoy these benefits:
- A better looking, more naturally shaped crown, veneer, or bridge device.
- Accurate and efficient results the first time around.
- Minimal time needed for your dentist to make adjustments to the dental restoration.
Consult a Dentist About CEREC Options
CEREC is a viable option if you’re concerned about how long it will take to get your smile restored. Call the Grateful Dentists in Billerica, MA at (978) 667-2741 today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Adam Danzig, Dr. Barry Danzig, or Dr. Lili Tayari.
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