How To Avoid Bad Breath Through Dental Health

Sometimes bad breath is brought on by eating too much garlic, but sometimes it’s persistent and doesn’t go away just through brushing.  Bad breath, or halitosis, can be caused by poor dental hygiene, which is why it’s essential to floss, brush, and avoid tobacco use to maintain fresh breath. How It Starts Bad breath starts read more…

Boston Dental Offers Zoom! Teeth Whitening

We’ve all experienced the discoloration that aging, drinking coffee or red wine, and smoking can deposit on your teeth.  Boston Dental is here to help with Zoom! Teeth Whitening treatments. Zoom utilizes a bleaching process that uses hydrogen peroxide to restore the shine to your pearly whites.  Zoom has been clinically proven to make your read more…

Strategies to Help Control Your Child’s Dental Anxiety

Having fear and stress around going to the dentist isn’t an uncommon issue with children. This is often outgrown, but while it’s occurring it can be a frustrating experience. The good news is there are a number of things you can do to help ease your child’s anxiety around going to the dentist. Here are read more…

What to Expect from Zoom Teeth Whitening in Boston

Everyone eventually experiences dental stains and discoloration. Tobacco products, tannin-rich drinks like red wine and coffee, and even certain medications can cause tooth discoloration. As you age, your enamel also thins naturally which makes your teeth look more yellow. Zoom teeth whitening is a non-invasive treatment that can make you feel more confident and give read more…

Having your Teeth Straightened as an Adult

One area of our body that gets a lot of attention from others is our teeth. Your teeth and your smile are often the first things that people notice about you. Thankfully, having straight teeth is made possible through the use of modern technology and engineering. When it comes to teeth straightening, most people try read more…


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