Dental Attrition Symptoms Need to Be Brought to a Dentist’s Attention

Having a dentist like Dr. Nicholas Kondon administer a dental checkup twice each year is essential for preserving the health of your teeth. Not only will this simple appointment clean away bacterial deposits but it will also serve to monitor your mouth for any early signs of tooth decay, gum disease, or other oral health problems. Sometimes, a minor change... read more »

Fluoride Treatment Can Help Maintain the Strength of Your Teeth

Each of your teeth is protected by a layer of tooth enamel made from a dense matrix of microscopic mineral crystals. The overall density of these mineral structures is what provides your teeth the strength to bite, chew, and grind the food. This also helps to prevent the bacterial presence from exploiting your tooth enamel to cause cavities. If you... 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 »

Why Do My Teeth Hurt?

Do your teeth hurt when you draw a breath of cold air? If so, you are not alone. You are likely experiencing the effects of tooth sensitivity, one of the most common dental conditions we see in our practice.  At the dental practice of Nicholas P. Kondon, DMD, located in Concord, Massachusetts, Nicholas P. Kondon, DMD and our team are happy... read more »

Does Alcohol Affect Your Oral Health?

On average, out of every $100 dollars an American spends, one goes to alcohol. While having alcohol isn’t uncommon, did you know that it can cause serious damage to your oral health? In other words, while you have probably heard that red wine will stain your teeth, you could be causing more harm to your teeth. Alcohol is very high... read more »