A discussion about natural aesthetics and porcelain read more →

Our Patient in 2001 How do veneers create beautiful smiles. Susan came to my office in November of 2001. Susan (that’s not her name) had large spaces between her front teeth. Spaces are caused by the teeth being too small or by tissue holding the front teeth apart (frenum). There are other reasons why people.. read more →

I made a Maryland bridge and helped restore a young women’s smile read more →

Continuing education: Every year the office participates in continuing education. We attend different conferences, lectures and study clubs. In January we attended the Yankee Dental Meeting in Boston. The six New England Dental Societies host the dental convention. There are programs for dentists, hygienists, dental assistants and office managers. For instance the programs include aesthetics,.. read more →

Implant therapy a its’ best read more →

Making two front teeth match with porcelain crowns. read more →

A Porcelain Front Tooth Friday night emergency!   Accidents can happen any time. This teenager broke his tooth the night before the prom. We saw him Friday night for an emergency visit.  His emergency visit required a soft tissue and hard tissue evaluation.  Hard tissue examinations require the an x-ray examination.  I provided a good deal.. read more →

Ouch a tooth ache: If you are reading this blog and can’t sit still because of a tooth ache get yourself to a Bitindentist, now. Hot and cold: If you keep putting cold water on a tooth to control the pain, you have an acute pulpitis.  You may need endodontic treatment (root canal treatment) for.. read more →

What is Bonding: Bonding is the term for restoring teeth with a composite resin.   The process consists of etching  a tooth and then adding an  acrylic ‘bond’ to the enamel.  A composite is a mix of a liquid resin and porcelain particles of various sizes.  The buzz word in dentistry for composites and Silicon Valley is nano-particles.. read more →

We do invisible braces. The trade name for this technology Invisilign or invisible braces. This is an option for adults who are highly motivated and want to improve their smile.  Traditional braces are bonded to teeth and then the forces for movement are provided by high tech titanium wires or by bending stainless steel wires. .. read more →