A Dental Filling Can Often Repair a Single Surface Cavity

Minute contours in your tooth enamel can sometimes trap food particles and plaque. If these bacterial deposits are not removed by your twice daily brushing efforts, it can increase your chances of suffering a cavity in the affected area. As the area of tooth decay continues to develop you might notice increased sensitivity and a change in the surface texture.... read more »

Cavity Repair Often Calls for Using a Filling

The natural bacteria living in your mouth are pervasive and tenacious. They will not miss an opportunity to exploit a compromised area of tooth enamel to cause tooth decay to form. If it’s detected and diagnosed early, Dr. Nicholas Kondon can often treat a small cavity by applying an amalgam or porcelain filling at his Concord, Massachusetts clinic. This will... read more »

Prevent a Dental Disaster by Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

Our tooth enamel is an extremely strong material that protects our teeth, but unfortunately, many forces in the world are stronger. Bacteria that lives in our own mouths can use sugar to produce harmful acids that can eat through tooth enamel. Prevent a dental disaster by protecting your tooth enamel. Here are some tips that can help: - Eat healthy... read more »