Smile makeover design for the severely worn teeth.Read More
A Multidisciplinary Treatment Plan with a Framingham Orthodontist
There are times when patients are just unhappy with their smiles. Sometimes they don’t even know what displeases them. An adult male patient of mine came to me from a referral. He had two major issues.
- He had a spacing in his teeth as well as crooked teeth.
- The spacing and alignment of his teeth caused him to feel apprehensive about smiling.
Topics: Cosmetic Dentistry
Composite Chairside Veneers present an affordable option for parents who want to present their best smile at their child's wedding.
Is your child getting married soon?
Weddings can be a time of great excitement and anxiety. The perfect venue, the perfect dress, but some people also worry about the perfect smile. When faced with all the wedding finances sometimes the smile is not considered or the choice for a cosmetic solution is desired but finances are restricted.Read More
Topics: Cosmetic Dentistry
In the world of dentistry, perhaps the only word patients loathe more than “cavity” is “extraction.” After all, your smile is one of the first things people notice about you.
You might be concerned about what others think of your teeth, but you needn’t worry. Dr. Janice Spada, Sudbury MA dentist, offers tooth extraction and explains that patients have several options for replacing teeth lost to extraction, decay, or injury.
The Journal of the American Dental Association recently published a study that reports mild tooth sensitivity occurs in about half of all patients who use home whitening kits to achieve a brighter smile.
This sensitivity is temporary, lasting only a few days. Some describe these feelings as aching, and others say it’s more of a stinging sensation.
It’s easy to think of cosmetic dentistry as a simple matter of aesthetics, when actually they have practical benefits, too. Take Invisalign invisible braces, for example.
Most of our patients at our Sudbury MA dentist office, cite a more attractive smile as their motivation for seeking treatment with Invisalign.
They’re always pleasantly surprised to discover how having straighter teeth improves oral hygiene.
Society places a premium on the ability to retain one’s youthful appearance in spite of advancing years, with some of us aging more gracefully than others.
What causes a person to appear older than his or her years?
We inject dermal fillers to counter wrinkles, dye our hair to cover touches of gray, and slather on skincare products to achieve a youthful glow.
Excellent oral health isn’t just a matter of maintaining an attractive smile. The health of your teeth and gums has a major impact on your overall health, as well.
Neglecting your dental hygiene can have dire consequences for your body, such as strokes, diabetes, and heart attacks.
If you partake in any of these dreadful dental habits, it may be time to take swift action.
Over the past few decades, implant dentistry has improved patients’ quality of life in ways our ancestors wouldn’t have thought possible.
We have come a long way since the days when hogs’ teeth were used as a replacement for lost teeth—if you could afford them, that is—or when patients had no choice but to live with missing teeth.
When you choose a new haircut or clothing, you look for styles that flatter your own face and body—not someone else’s. You may take inspiration from what you see on others, but in the end it’s about what looks best on you.
Shouldn’t the same hold true when opting for cosmetic dentistry? Not everyone has teeth that perfectly complement their appearance, but our team at the office of Dr. Janice E. Spada can help any Framingham dental clients.