In-office teeth whitening at Wilmington Family Dental renews your tooth color by up to 10 full shades. Think how that can boost your confidence! Learn why teeth stain and why in-office teeth whitening works better than over the counter products. (more…)
Wilmington Family Dental Blog
July 23, 2016
June 6, 2016
Who should you trust for your smile makeover? Wilmington Family Dental has the technical expertise and creative vision for your outstanding smile makeover. (more…)
May 3, 2016
You’ve got to take the good news with the bad news—or so the saying goes. For example, perhaps at one of your regular dental checkups your Wilmington dentist at Wilmington Family Dental reports that you have a cavity. That’s the bad news. The good news, however, is that your cavity can now be repaired with a tooth-colored filling. Gone are the days when you had to tolerate a dark spot in your smile in order to treat tooth decay. Tooth-colored fillings offer a number of advantages over silver fillings. Let’s take a look at some of the differences between these two types of restorative options.
March 28, 2016
No matter how hard you try to care for your teeth, there may come a time when you need a restorative dentist in Wilmington. Restorative dentistry is needed to repair areas of the teeth that have become damaged or injured. Using an array of restorative techniques and procedures, a restorative dentist is able to repair the damage while restoring the function of the tooth to prevent additional damage.
March 25, 2016
The words “root canal therapy” frighten you, but they needn’t. In fact, this traditional dental restoration relieves pain and infection and breathes new life into damaged teeth. Root canal therapy is comfortable and takes just 2 short visits to the professional team at Wilmington Family Dental in Winthrop. (more…)
February 8, 2016
Remember the time you were enjoying a day of carefree shopping at the Surreal Boutique on Church Street? Everything was perfect until you were checking out and the adorable clerk at the front counter hit you with her bad breath. It was all you could do to try not to cringe while you finished your transaction. What if this was you? Does your breath have even your most devoted family and friends running the other direction? A dentist in Wilmington, MA has the solution for you.
January 1, 2016
Smile gaps wreck appearance and oral function. Keep your smile at its best with dental crowns and bridges from Wilmington Family Dental.
Failing or missing teeth change appearance and oral health and function. When natural tooth structure is lacking, dental crowns and bridges from Wilmington Family Dental restore smiles to healthy function and bright aesthetics. (more…)
December 14, 2015
As your dentist in Wilmington, my first priority is always your dental health. As such, you could say I’m focused first and foremost on preventive care — that is, stopping oral problems before they get the chance to start. But to do that, I need a little help from you. When you schedule and maintain your twice-annual appointments to Wilmington Family Dental, we can do our part to help you keep your teeth healthy today, tomorrow and for years to come.
November 1, 2015
A bright smile boosts self-confidence and gives a good impression. Learn how to get your best smile from Wilmington Dental Care teeth whitening.
How’s your quality of life? Do you think you could improve your self-confidence? Teeth whitening at Wilmington Dental Care can help. A whiter smile definitely conveys a younger, more “put together” look. Wilmington Dental Care teeth whitening delivers smiles brighter by up to 10 shades in just about an hour at the dental office. (more…)
October 3, 2015
Missing teeth can negatively impact patients’ lives and appearance, but the oral health effects of missing teeth are even more damaging. Even one missing tooth can completely misalign the smile creating uneven spacing, large gaps, and putting excessive pressure on certain teeth. These changes to the alignment and function of teeth puts patients at heightened risk for tooth chipping or cracking and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Possibly the most damaging side effect of tooth loss is the deterioration of bone and gum tissue. The loss of bone density and gum tissue changes facial shape, leads to additional tooth loss, and makes it difficult for patients to chew thoroughly or speak clearly, but most tooth replacement options do not address this significant health concern. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that helps to restore and retain natural bone structure because the tooth is replaced from the root up.