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Whitinsville Family Dentistry Blog

How to Have a Happy & Healthy Halloween!

October 20, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 7:56 pm
Various Halloween candy spread out on a table

Goblins, ghouls, ghosts, and cavities… oh my! Halloween can be a scary time of the year, and not just because of all the costumes. This sugary holiday leads to increases in cavities and tooth decay, keeping dentists extra busy. However, there are some easy steps you can take to protect you and your loved ones’ smiles this Halloween. Read on to learn the top 4 tips for avoiding spooky cavities on October 31st.


The Amazing Evolution of Dentures!

September 30, 2021

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Older man smiling with dentures

Are you glad you don’t have wooden teeth? Dentures sure have come a long way since our ancestors used them. But have you ever wondered how dentures became so realistic, comfortable, and functional? Like many life-changing inventions, this popular tooth replacement has a rich, interesting history. Read on to learn about the surprising evolution of dentures.


Getting Veneers: How Much Enamel is Removed?

September 29, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 7:30 pm
Woman with beautiful smile showing off her teeth

If you’re looking for a way to correct a wide range of flaws in your smile that take away from your appearance, veneers may be the perfect answer. Their unique ability to change the size, shape, and shade of your teeth all at once makes them a go-to solution for anyone looking to upgrade their grin’s radiance. However, you may have heard that some tooth enamel must be removed to enjoy this treatment. Read on to learn just how much of your tooth must be taken off to give yourself peace of mind!


A Partial Denture or Dental Bridge: Which is Right for You?

August 29, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 8:13 pm
Older man smiling with a full set of teeth

If you’re missing multiple teeth, a few of the most popular replacement options are partial dentures and dental bridges. There are some significant differences between these solutions, so how do you know which one is best for you? While your dentist will always be able to make a specific recommendation, you can use this information in the meantime. Keep reading to learn more about dental bridges and partial dentures, including which service may be right for your smile!


The 5 Most Surprising Facts About Your Smile!

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 8:06 pm
Close up of a man’s healthy smile

Your teeth – a part of your body that you may not think about much, are used to eat your favorite foods, speak your most interesting thoughts, and express your happiness. You know that you should brush, floss, and visit the dentist to care for your teeth, but there’s probably a lot that you don’t know about them. Read on to learn the 5 most surprising facts about your smile!


Want Faster Invisalign Treatment? Here’s How!

July 29, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 8:14 pm
Woman smiling while holding an Invisalign clear aligner

If you want a straighter smile, there is a good chance you’re considering Invisalign. Clear and incredibly comfortable, these aligners come with a ton of amazing benefits. However, you may be wondering how you can speed up the process to achieve the results you want. Thankfully, a skilled dentist has included a few important tips to help you get the smile of your dreams in less time!


The Top 4 Ways to Know You’re Ready for a New Denture!

July 20, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 8:10 pm
Older woman with arms crossed smiling with dentures

Dentures give you the ability to smile with beauty, speak with confidence, and eat a variety of foods. However, they unfortunately cannot last forever. If you have dentures, you’re probably wondering when you should replace your prosthetic. Most dentures will need to be replaced every 7 years but there are some telltale signs you should be aware of so you know when it’s time for a smile upgrade!


Considering Dental Implants? Now is the Best Time to Get Them!

June 13, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 3:50 pm
Older woman with denim shirt smiling outside

Did you know that over 500,000 people choose dental implants each year? If you’re considering this amazing replacement option, you’re not alone. However, unlike other solutions, dental implants require a unique process that will take around 3 to 6 months to complete. So when is the best time to get started on your treatment? Read on to learn why there is no time like the present – here are some reasons to get your dental implants in the summer!


A Guide to Recovery After Full Mouth Reconstruction

March 19, 2021

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Woman smiling in dental chair with healthy teeth

If you have multiple dental issues you want to address, your dentist may recommend a full mouth reconstruction. This solution combines multiple restorative dental services into one comprehensive treatment plan to achieve the results you desire. In other words, a full mouth reconstruction will give you a beautiful, strong set of teeth even after years of damage, decay, and other problems. But how long does it take to recover from such an extensive procedure? Read on to learn about the recovery times of some of the most common restorative treatments associated with full mouth reconstructions.


Want Dentures? Here’s How Long It Will Take!

March 7, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drtubo @ 8:39 pm
Woman looking at her smile in the mirror

If you’re missing all or most of your teeth, you’re probably considering dentures. This easy, cost-effective treatment will restore your smile back to it’s full beauty while allowing you to eat more foods. However, you may be wondering about how long it will take to complete your treatment. Before committing to this life-changing replacement option, read on to learn about the time it takes to get dentures and the factors that can influence your length of treatment.

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