All Your Dental Needs Met By Top Dentists

Team of Top Dentist at Dental Partners of Boston

The Team of Dentists at Dental Partners of Boston stands for a picture outside in front of their office building under the shade of trees. Caption: Come visit our top dentists at Dental Partner of Boston.

At Dental Partners of Boston, we pride ourselves on being able to service all of our patients’ dental needs. Our team of highly experienced dentists and specialists in several specialties have been named Top Dentist by Boston Magazine. This list is carefully curated and includes general dentists and specialists. No matter what your needs are, Dental Partners of Boston can provide you with the best dentist to suit your dental needs.

Multi-Service Dental Care Facility

Our facilities are one-stop-shops for all your dental needs because we have the teams available to service every specialty and meet every challenge. Because we have every specialty under one roof, we are able to quickly service and resolve your dental needs. Additionally, because we work so closely together, we are more efficient than other dental practices.

Cosmetic Dentistry

We offer many dental services including teeth whitening, CEREC single-visit crowns, total smile makeovers, dental bonding, dental implants, dental veneers, Invisalign, lumineers, and teeth-colored fillings just to name a few.

Dental Surgeries

Our top-rated dentists and dentistry specialists also offer all types of dental implants like bone grafts, immediate dental implants, peri-implantitis, LAPIP as well as sinus lifts.

Preventative Dentistry

We also offer preventive services like comprehensive oral exams, teeth cleanings, digital dental x-rays, non-surgical periodontics, and oral cancer screenings.

Preventative dentistry is more effective when patients are more knowledgeable about caring for their teeth before and after procedures. For this reason, we also offer home dental education so you can care for your teeth between dental visits.

Professional and Thorough

Jennifer S.
★★★★★

“The best experience one could have- so professional- I felt that everyone took appropriate precautions to maintain everyone’s safety, both staff and patients, while still giving great care.”

If you suffer from a special condition like gum recession, gum depigmentation or need to go under oral surgery we can help. We also provide the following services:

  • pinhole surgery
  • pocket reduction surgery
  • periodontics
  • gum therapy
  • prosthodontics
  • root canals
  • TMJ disorder treatments

At Dental Partners of Boston, we have the tools and expertise to treat you for any dental need.

Our Team of Dental Professionals

The best thing about our comprehensive practice is the fact that we have gathered some of the most talented professionals. Our team is focused on exemplary patient care and is committed to providing excellent quality dental care. This commitment makes us one of the most effective and well-regarded dental practices in all of Boston.

Friendly, Very Safe, Dr. Mujica Is the Best

Steve S.
★★★★★

“I a new patient, beautiful office space, friendly staff and felt very safe. Dr. Mujica is warm, friendly and explains every step of the procedure! She does not rush, asks if you have any questions and has such a nice soft touch with her hands. Dr. Mujica loves what she has been trained to do, and clearly the best dentist I have ever been to. Thanks so much!”

We have implemented resources to streamline your doctor’s visit such as the option to pay online or request an appointment online. We also have two locations: one is our Prudential Center office and the other is our Charles River office. Our appointments are available anytime between 7:00 am to 7:00 pm for your convenience. Our dentists have over 45 years of experience and it shows. Book an appointment with us or give us a call for your next dentist appointment.

Are You Hiding a Chipped or Broken Tooth?

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A woman holds her hand over her mouth while taking a selfie. Caption: Stop hiding your smile! Contact us about fixing your chipped or broken tooth.

For all the wonders of modern dentistry, one of the biggest challenges dentists face in 2020 is trying to soothe those who feel unable or uncertain about receiving dental treatment. Many believe that certain dental problems are simply issues they must live with, lest they have to encounter extensive reconstructive work.

But the truth is, today modern cosmetic dentistry is more nuanced, exacting, and welcoming than ever. Through attentive care of a patient’s dental health, we can prevent major dental issues by resolving them while they are manageable. Modern dentistry can fix problems large and small, but the best path is to start when the patient is young. As the patient grows, the dentist can watch for signs of potential future problems and resolve them early.

Many people seem to believe that living with a chipped or cracked tooth is part of normal wear and tear, but that needn’t be the case. In fact, cosmetic dentistry can help repair or replace a chipped or cracked tooth with care, efficiency, and finality. Cracks or chips can happen to anyone.

High-quality service…
Rosaria S.
★★★★★
“My ’emergency’ visit earlier today could not have been better. I was ‘fit in’ to a very busy schedule and was taken care of just as though I had been expected for an appointment. Everyone was personable and efficient and thoughtful. Dr.O’Toole came through…. yet again!!! THANK YOU.”

Cracked Tooth

There are three common treatments we utilize for cracked teeth. Veneers remedy minor tooth damage while dental implants and root canals are two treatments for major tooth or teeth damage and repair.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers help strengthen and cover cracks on the front surface of the tooth, while dental crowns remedy other crack orientations. The use of composite resin and laser reaction to help fill and seal a minor crack with care. Both procedures are quick, easy, and help completely resolve the aesthetic and functional issues of minor dental cracks.

Dental Implants

If your dentist feels the tooth is beyond saving, dental implants may be an option to protect against further nerve damage and infection. A periodontist will install a titanium post to the jaw and from there a dental crown to ensure the tooth looks and functions like a natural tooth. This can help completely restore your dental health and will thoroughly repair your functional dental strength.

Root Canals

A root canal is a thorough procedure in which protecting the health of your dental environment is a must. If the crack is too deep it may begin to affect the interior pulp, and that can prove to be a problem. Cleaning the nerve chamber and cleaning the potential infection will restore strength to your tooth and ensure no further complications are caused. The dentist places a crown on the tooth to replicate the natural whiteness of the tooth and strengthen its exterior.

Chipped Tooth

Chips are much more common than cracks, although they may be less serious.

Cosmetic Bonding

Cosmetic bonding is the process of using the aforementioned composite resin to properly mold and shape your cleaned tooth back to its natural state. This can help restore their natural look without intensive or invasive work. Cosmetic bonding is most commonly for faint chips.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are mostly reserved for chips that are deeper or require more work than simple composite adjustments. Dentists may suggest dental crowns if they can help to strengthen the original tooth. Additionally, dental crowns can look natural with composite resin. Of course, it’s hard to assess in the mirror if your aching tooth is suffering a crack or chip. For that reason, we would warmly recommend making an appointment with Dental Partners of Boston to speak to a professional. We look forward to speaking with you!

Discreet Braces for Adults

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A man placing Invisalign aligners on his top teeth. Caption: We offer adult orthodontics that are invisible to fit your needs and lifestyle.

The world of dentistry has made massive strides over the last twenty years. We provide highly successful services such as adult orthodontics that have beautiful, long-lasting results. We continually add top talent to our team of experienced dental professionals so our clients get the results they seek. For this reason, we have been nominated Top Dentist in Boston Magazine more than once.

Our own Dr. Yael Frydman is a Boston Top Dentist who provides orthodontics for adults who want to straighten their teeth. Most alignment dental work takes place over the course of a person’s childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood. However, some adults may not have had access to dental care in their adolescence. Adults sometimes lack confidence in the way their teeth appear and therefore hesitate to seek solutions. It’s important to know that 1 in 5 of Dr. Frydman’s patients are adults! In other words, adult orthodontics is common.

However, braces themselves can be perceived as unfashionable and an inconvenient dental tool. We understand and empathize. Thankfully, we have many other alternatives available, including the best discreet braces for adults including Invisalign.

Highly recommended
Brian H. H.
★★★★★
“Dr. O’Toole and his staff are extremely competent; they take the time to explain the process, their findings and options. They are also very pleasant and do not attempt any “hard sell”. I recommend them.”

Discreet Braces

Almost 20% of those who wear braces are those making use of adult orthodontics care. With this in mind, there is no shame in wearing braces for adults to gain more confidence in your smile. But what options are there?

Invisalign Clear Aligners

Invisalign is a hugely popular and proven form of teeth adjustment, helping to straighten misaligned teeth in as little as six months. These aligners are clear plastic and custom-made for your mouth so they are virtually unnoticeable. Your dentist uses 3D imaging or impressions of your mouth to create the Invisalign aligners. The snap-on aligners fit comfortably within your mouth. They are, far and above, the most popular choice for discreet dental orthodontic care available today.

Clear Braces

Clear braces are traditional braces that offer clear designs. They are much less noticeable than traditional metal braces and provide all of the alignment force of metal braces. They are more than worth your attention.

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are simply ceramic instead of metal brackets that help fix bite problems. As the brackets are completely transparent they allow the natural enamel of your teeth to shine through. The brackets attach with wires and rubber bands just like metal braces.

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces sit behind the teeth, allowing them to remain secure yet mostly invisible. They are a popular option for those who return for several fittings over the years.

Why Choose Dental Partners of Boston?

As a group practice, we have an exacting approach and high standards relating to all practices of dentistry. We understand the sensitive nature of dental work. We are very interested in helping adults improve their dental health and the cosmetic appearance of their smiles. Please contact us today to discuss how we can help you achieve the beautiful smile you wish for.

Our BrightSmile Teeth Whitening System

A woman smiles after teeth whitening procedure.

An attractive woman smiles showing healthy white teeth. Caption: A gorgeous smile starts with bright white teeth.

Ask anyone what the most notable signs of healthy teeth are. Undoubtedly, they will mention a bright smile and white teeth. This is because white teeth signify good oral health and contribute to how attractive our smile is to others.

A beautiful smile is often taken as a visual impression of good health. Feeling able to give the world a care-free smile is important for our confidence and how we express ourselves. For this reason, we offer excellent teeth whitening services.

If you would like your teeth lightened by several shades and look naturally luminous, you’re in the right place. At Dental Partners of Boston, we will discuss your goals for your oral health and help you attain them.

Amazing Dental Experience
Michaela M.
★★★★★
“Dr Wright was wonderful and very thoughtful. She addressed all of my concerns and put me at ease in the chair. She made the process simple and explained everything in detail!”

The BrightSmile Whitening Procedure

The BrightSmile whitening system is among the best teeth whitening systems available today and our same-day results will delight and amaze you. It’s a relatively simple cosmetic option and a straight forward procedure and usually takes about one hour.

We first clean your teeth and check for any problems that might interfere with the treatment. Some issues we check for include sensitivities, loose fillings, chips, or fractures. We need to check that your teeth are in good condition before we enhance their brightness.

Next, we protect your lips and gums from the whitening agent and isolate the teeth before treatment. We do this because the whitening agent is powerfully effective and we don’t want to discolor your lips or gums. We will apply a gel developed from hydrogen peroxide, carefully applying it evenly for best results. A non-invasive laser accelerates the whitening action.

Home Strips Vs. Professional Care

Many over-the-counter teeth whitening products are sold in stores that have low quality control. To most, however, it is quite apparent that having a professional whitening treatment will have noticeably superior results. For example, we will be able to tailor treatments to your needs and situation.

No matter how careful you are applying the teeth whitening kit at home, a professional touch is always worthwhile. A practiced hand is almost always safer in a controlled clinical setting.

Why Choose DPB?

Dental Partners of Boston has a team of qualified dental specialists, and we take our patients seriously. We offer a range of excellent services and have a reputation throughout Boston for our reliability, professionalism, and impeccable standards. Please contact us to schedule a consultation today.

Are You Considering Cosmetic Dentistry?

Man smiling. Caption: Ask us about cosmetic dental treatments for the beautiful smile you desire.

Caption: Ask us about cosmetic dental treatments for the beautiful smile you desire.

Many elements factor into how you feel about yourself and the level of inner confidence you possess. Some people are beaming with self-confidence while others need a little help getting to the level they want. There is no shame in it. We all want to feel confident. That’s why people choose cosmetics to better their appearances such as using skin care products, hair care products, manicure their nails, and get cosmetic dentistry.

Of course, a vital underpinning of fantastic self-confidence is ensuring that you smile from ear to ear without insecurity. For some, this is easier than others. Less than perfectly calibrated teeth, damaged teeth, stains, and other consequences of wear and tear can cause someone’s beaming smile to feel tainted.

Cosmetic dentistry, such as that provided by Dental Partners of Boston, can improve a smile while retaining a patient’s natural look and beauty. We recommend that you contact us for a personal consultation to help you assess your needs. We can ensure you have more than one reason to smile.

The following examples are some of the services we provide to improve your health and your confidence.

Chipped Tooth Repair

Of course, a simple chip can happen anytime, anyplace, from eating hard foods to general wear and tear, or as the unfortunate consequence of an accident or injury. You needn’t have to put up with a cracked or chipped tooth, as our consultants will help you find the best solution necessary for a quick and easy repair.

Complete Smile Makeovers

Complete smile makeovers are fantastic opportunities to get the smile you have always wanted. Cosmetic dentistry can take as little as one treatment or a combination of treatments.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are high-quality porcelain laminates that bond to your teeth. The excellent, robust, ultra-thin material covers the teeth by sliding over them, helping to cover stains and minor damage. This can be light, unintrusive dental adjustment that helps strengthen and improve the aesthetic of your dental situation.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is the use of enamel-colored resin composite that is utilized to repair a tooth suffering from damage. For example, dental bonding treats cracks, decay, and stains and works exceptionally well for uneven teeth or recessed gums.

Dental Implants

Tooth loss can damage your confidence, but you needn’t feel stuck with it. Dental implants with small titanium posts replace tooth roots and allow for excellent jawbone connectivity and rigidity. The installed crowns atop this foundation can grant you a beautiful tooth repair option. Your dentist may recommend dental implants after your dentist assesses if the tooth is beyond repair. Dental implants can restore your smile even in the most damaged conditions.

Gum Depigmentation

Gum discoloration isn’t necessarily harmful or caused by poor hygiene. Although some habits such as smoking or drinking coffee can cause discoloration. Some medications can also cause discoloration. For some people, uneven coloring on the gums is hereditary. Gum depigmentation is the simple and effective procedure of using a non-invasive laser to react with the water content in your gums. The results of this treatment are even, healthy pink gum pigmentation with long-lasting results. The process is usually completed within 30 to 60 minutes with two follow up visits.

Teeth Whitening

Staining and discoloration can take place due to the general wear and tear of daily living. There is no shame in enjoying regular teeth whitening to restore your natural color. Our do-it-yourself teeth whitening kit is a popular choice. Still, in-office teeth whitening is also a great option that can help you ensure the treatment is effective. Both methods will help you ensure your teeth are whitened by several shades.

If you’re interested in discussing cosmetic dentistry options, please contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our award-winning dentists.

What You Need to Know About Dentures

Dentures with dental tools. Caption: Achieve a beautiful and functional set of teeth with custom dentures.

Dentures with dental tools. Caption: Achieve a beautiful and functional set of teeth with custom dentures.

Ask the average person what they think of dentures and most would likely tell you that dentures are for the elderly, but this is not true. For certain, the elderly are the primary users of dentures, but there are other segments of people that use dentures. For example, people who have suffered an injury or poor dental health because they lack access to dental care. There’s no rule suggesting that age is a limiting factor for their use. Dentures regularly help people from all walks of life and age groups.

Dental Partners of Boston is proud to offer denture treatment for those in need for whatever reason. Dentures are a remedy for those who need teeth replacement, and it’s best to contact a specialist to schedule a consultation. Another solution to missing teeth is dental implants, which is a superior option to permanently replace missing teeth. However, not everyone qualifies for dental implants for various reasons including health bone and gums. We will go over your options based on our consultation visit with you.

Highest quality, professional service!
Peter K.
★★★★★
“Thorough and easy Covid-19 safety procedures. Very knowledgeable staff. I feel I am in good hands when I visit.”

Who Needs Dentures?

When thinking of dentures, some may picture an elderly person dunking their dentures in a glass of water to soak. However, those who have received dentures have discovered how far they have come in the last twenty years of dentistry. They are functionally advanced and thoroughly hygienic as they serve as dental replacements.

The truth is, anyone could need dentures after tooth loss due to gum disease, injury, or difficulties with oral health. Therefore, there’s no shame in asking about dentures or any other dental procedure for that matter. You’ve most likely met people who wear them. Thanks to how discreet and realistic they are, it would be difficult to tell someone is wearing them.

Dentures unlock your ability to eat with comfort, smile naturally, improve dental health, and regain your confidence.

What Options Are Available?

There are two types of dentures: complete and partial.

  • Complete dentures are full replacements for patients who may have suffered full or near full tooth loss. Complete dentures require removing the weakened few teeth left to provide an easy-to-wear full set. Thanks to the nature of complete dentures, they fit perfectly and guarantee a beautiful new set of teeth.
  • Partial dentures are for those who still retain some of their teeth and do not need a full arch created. We take our time to ensure your partial dentures fit in with the natural lining of your teeth, filling the gaps reliably with a gum-colored base instead of with an artificial aesthetic.

Things You Should Know

As your dental situation changes for the better it can sometimes alter how you speak. It may take a couple of weeks to get used to your new set of teeth (we recommend slowly working up to harder and varied foods).

We recommend semi-regularly visits to ensure your dentures are being cared for properly, remain comfortable, and retain their strength. This way, we can provide the best denture experience for you.

One appointment could be all you need to start the road to regaining confidence in your smile. We look forward to speaking with you and answering all of your questions.

A New Treatment for Receding Gums

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A woman holding a coffee mug smiles with bright white teeth. Caption: Receding gums makes your teeth vulnerable. There is a new procedure to fix that!

Receding gums is a condition where your gums pull back from the tooth surface. This causes the root surface of your teeth to be exposed. This form of gum disease is a serious consequence of poor oral health, which may lead to tooth loss.

Receding gums has a number of causes, including aggressive brushing over time, plaque buildup, smoking, hormonal changes in women, family history of gum disease, diabetes, and HIV. Certain medications can cause dry mouth, which increases your risk because your mouth has less saliva than it should. When you have a dry mouth, the tissues in your mouth can become vulnerable to bacterial infections and injuries.

Receding gums is something that is most common in adults 40 years of age and over. For this reason, people often think that it is a normal sign of aging and can go untreated.

Symptoms of Receding Gums

Symptoms of receding gums include the following:

  • bleeding after brushing or flossing
  • bad breath
  • red, swollen gums
  • pain at the gum line
  • exposed tooth roots
  • visibly shrinking gums
  • loose teeth

Receding gums will be diagnosed by a dentist who will give you an examination.

Pinhole Treatments for Receding Gums

In the past, the only way to cover exposed dental roots was via gum grafting surgery. The procedure would stitch over the exposed root harvested gum tissue from other areas of the mouth. Traditional gum surgery was something that often created a lot of bleeding, and many patients found it uncomfortable. Today, however, the solution is far better with the pinhole surgical technique. During pinhole surgery, the periodontist makes a tiny incision above the affected tooth or teeth. Then tiny collagen strips are placed inside of the incision, holding the tissue in place and encouraging healing. This means it is far more comfortable for the patient and there is a reduced chance of infection. The incisions are so small that it means that patients also won’t have to live with scarred gum tissue.

What to Expect from Pinhole Surgical Technique?

Not only is it a far more comfortable procedure, but the pinhole surgical technique is faster. Dentists are able to treat several teeth at one time. Most patients will see the desired results in one or two pinhole surgical treatments. In the past, traditional gum surgery often required several sessions.

While some patients experience some bruising and swelling following pinhole surgery, the procedure does offer instant results. This means patients can enjoy full gum coverage immediately following the procedure, fending off dental sensitivity.

Who Qualifies for Pinhole Surgical Treatment?

If you have gum recession, you are likely to qualify for the pinhole surgical technique. You will need to make an appointment with the Dental Partners of Boston to determine whether the pinhole surgical technique is right for you. During your consultation, you will find learn about the benefits of pinhole surgery and how it can alleviate your symptoms.

Restore Your Smile with a Full Mouth Reconstruction

A man smiles after full mouth reconstruction.

A man stands leaning against a wall smiling. Caption: Full mouth reconstruction will restore both your smile and your confidence.

Have you ever had a bad day and in your worst mood, but then you felt joy when someone made you laugh? Or suddenly grinned back at someone smiling at you? Smiling is contagious. When you smile, your brain releases endorphins, neuropeptides, dopamine, and serotonin, which lowers your heart rate and blood pressure, decreases stress levels, relaxes your body, and lifts your mood.

Of course, you may be holding back your smile if you have damaged teeth, which can lower your self-esteem and confidence. But now is the time to start enjoying all the great benefits of smiling. This is why all of us at Dental Partners of Boston work together to provide you with a full-mouth reconstruction when needed. We want you to smile uninhibitedly.

Smile Restoration with a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction is one of the most complex procedures in dentistry. It involves a series of procedures, which solve severe dental problems and cosmetic concerns. Although the processes involved aren’t all cosmetic, it can include some cosmetic fixes, such as teeth whitening as part of the treatment.

You may consider consulting with us about a full mouth reconstruction procedure if:

  • You have tooth damage following gum recession or gum disease.
  • An accident that has caused damage to your mouth or loss of teeth.
  • Your teeth have become worn down by tooth grinding or acid erosion from food, beverages, or acid reflux.
  • If you’re experiencing jaw pain or headaches caused by jaw misalignment

What Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures Will You Need?

While a full mouth reconstruction may be necessary to restore your oral health and improve your cosmetic concerns, no two procedures are alike. Only the Dental Partners of Boston dentist working on your full mouth reconstruction can determine the right procedures for your unique dental needs. However, some of the reconstruction procedures include:

Dental implants

Dental implants are the most permanent dental reconstruction method. The procedure involves the placement of a titanium root in the jawbone, with a crown over the implants. This procedure restores a significant amount of functionality, which means you can eat your favorite foods without experiencing any pain or difficulties. What’s more, implants help prevent bone resorption.

Dentures

Dentures are artificial arches of removable upper and lower teeth. Most patients can adapt well to upper dentures because of the suction created between the denture base and the palate. However, lower dentures may require an adhesive.

Although dentures are a popular full mouth reconstruction option, they have some drawbacks. For example, because they’re removable, they can shift when eating or chewing. This means that you may not be able to eat your favorite foods. Also, they don’t prevent bone resorption.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns may be an excellent option to restore your smile if you have fractured or decaying teeth. Your prosthodontist will reshape your teeth so that the crown can fit over it. Once your prosthodontist has created your permanent crown, it will be inserted and restore the functionality and appearance of your teeth.

Porcelain veneers

If your front teeth are discolored or misaligned, artificial shells, known as veneers, can be created and placed over your teeth to match the color of your other natural teeth.

Discuss Your Full Mouth Reconstruction Options

Do you suspect that you need extensive dental work to restore your smile and oral health? Take the first step and contact us to schedule a consultation. During this appointment, we will discuss your concerns and needs, and help you determine the right full mouth reconstruction procedure for you.

The Dangers of Gum Disease

Elderly man gets a dental exam to check for gum disease.

An elderly man gets a dental exam. Caption: Regular exams will identify gum disease in the early stages

Proper dental care for your teeth and gums can prevent health problems and prevent serious and painful dental treatments. If you are seeking gum disease treatment, prevention, and control, please contact us at Dental Partners of Boston.

What is Gum Disease?

Bacteria naturally occurs in the mouth, but an overgrowth can lead to tooth decay, which can then cause infection in the gums. If these infections progress without treatment, gum disease, also known as Periodontal Disease will set in. Bacteria builds up in between and around the bases of your teeth, creating plaque. Hardened plaque is only removable during a professional dental cleaning. Plaque is the first indication that a serious condition may be developing.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms?

If you notice that your gums have become red, swollen, and are painful in one or more areas in your mouth, it is likely that you have developed the most common form of gum disease: gingivitis. Sometimes your gums will bleed during your regular brushing and flossing routines. Gingivitis is reversable with a thorough cleaning, excellent home care habits, and regular visits to our office for cleanings and exams. Correcting this condition in time will prevent the disease’s progression into serious infections and periodontal disease.

Am I At Risk for Gum Disease?

For some, there are certain risk factors that increase the chances that you will develop gum disease, especially if we aren’t able to intervene in the early stages. For example:

  • Smoking: Smoking leads to a number of oral health conditions, and it affects your whole body wellness. Smoking has serious repercussions on your oral health, not only staining the teeth but causing gum recession which undermines the connective tissues that anchor your teeth in your jaw. Gum disease is a danger, as is tooth loss.
  • Hormonal Changes: When the body goes through normal changes such as puberty, pregnancy and breast-feeding, and aging, there is often a shift in oral health as the body adapts.
  • Diabetes: Diabetic people are generally at high risk for infections and illnesses, and this goes for oral health issues as well. Well-controlled diabetes lessens the changes, but if diabetes is poorly controlled, gum disease is likely to develop.
  • Medication: A common side effect of certain medications is known as dry-mouth. The lack of saliva can cause an overgrowth of bacteria, making the mouth vulnerable to infection and gum disease.

What Can I Do?

If you are concerned about gum disease, please call our office today to schedule an appointment. We will conduct a thorough exam and recommend a course of action to correct and prevent gum disease.

 

Why Oral Cancer Screenings?

A woman in a dental chair gets oral cancer screening.

A woman gets an oral examination. Caption: Oral cancer screenings are a part of regular dental check-ups.

Oral cancer can develop in any part of the mouth. It can often go undiagnosed for a long period of time if you don’t see a dentist regularly. The signs and symptoms can easily go unnoticed. Here at Dental Partners of Boston, we ensure your oral health is in check. We offer complete oral exams including oral cancer screening. It’s something everyone should be receiving, and we can help you with that.

Complete Oral Exams at Dental Partners of Boston

If you want to find out how your oral hygiene is in general we can carry out a complete oral exam at Dental Partners of Boston. This allows us to get a full look at your oral health and hygiene and the chance to spot any problems. We can see early signs of issues that would otherwise go unnoticed. Early screening will ensure the right treatments are provided sooner rather than later to keep you at optimum oral health.

What Is the Oral Cancer Screening Procedure?

we carry out oral cancer screenings as part of our complete oral exams. It’s important that we do this because oral cancer can often be diagnosed late, making treatment more difficult and complex. We can find the earliest symptoms and take action. Oral cancer can develop in any part of the mouth, including the lips, gums, tongue, cheek lining, the roof of the mouth, and the floor of the mouth. As part of our complete oral exams, we can check these parts of the mouth for signs of or oral cancer.

Why Oral Screening Is So Important

Like any cancer, finding the problem early, and getting the treatment you need, is what matters most. Overcoming the issue will be much easier if oral cancer screenings are carried out regularly during your regular dental checkup. This one of the reasons why it is so important to not miss your regular dental checkups. It is our job to keep you healthy and safe. It’s particularly important for people in high-risk groups to receive regular checks. High-risk groups include people who smoke, consume a lot of alcohol, or have weakened immune systems.

Schedule A Checkup Today

If you want an oral cancer screening as part of our complete oral exam, you simply need to schedule an appointment with us today. We’re always happy to meet new patients and schedule an appointment that works for you. Our complete oral exam will ensure everything is as it should be in terms of your oral health. Please contact us to schedule an appointment today.