Jack B. Share

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Jack B. Share
Jack B. Share offers Dentists services in Boston MA.

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New Year's Resolution Everyone should go to the dentist twice a year for checkups and cleaning because cavities and gum disease are preventable. But scheduling dental visits really should be based upon each person's oral hygiene, habits and medical conditions. Even if you take excellent care of your teeth and gums at home, you still need to see a dentist regularly. Your dentist can check for problems that you may not see or feel. Many dental problems don't become visible or cause pain until they are in more advanced stages. Examples include cavities, gum disease and oral cancer. Regular visits allow your dentist to find early signs of disease. Problems can be treated at a manageable stage.On average, seeing a dentist twice a year works well for many people. Some can get away with fewer visits. Others may need more frequent visits. People with very little risk of cavities or gum disease can do fine seeing their dentist just once a year. People with a high risk of dental disease might need to visit every three or four months, or more. This high-risk group includes: * Smokers *Pregnant women * Diabetics *People with current gum disease *People with a weak immune response to bacterial infection *People who tend to get cavities or build up plaque The schedule for any person may change during a lifetime. In times of stress or illness, you may need to see the dentist more often than usual. The dentist may help you to fight off a temporary infection or treat changes in your mouth. If you take good care of your teeth and gums at home and your dentist doesn't find any cavities or gum disease for a few years, he or she may choose to lengthen the time between visits. Ask your dentist the best schedule for your routine dental visits.

Signs You’re a Good Candidate for Implant In a consultation for an implant , the dentist will ask you questions and do an examination to find out if dental implants might be a fit for you. If all of the following are true, it’s likely that your implant surgery will be a success: *You’re in good health. Certain medical conditions, either systemic or oral, can increase your risk of infection and threaten your implants. Diabetes, gum disease, and any disease that compromises your immune system may cause your dentist some concern. *Your bones are strong. Dental implants bond with the jawbone through a process known as osseointegration. For this bonding process to succeed, you need to have a sturdy mandible with enough bone to support the implants. *You’re willing to wait, and you have a good oral hygiene routine. The implant process can take several months to a year or longer, so you’ll have to wait a while before you can reap all the benefits of your new smile. You need to be committed to taking care of the implants after the surgery. Some situations can temporarily stop you from getting implants. For example, it isn’t recommended that pregnant women undergo the surgery. Also, if you smoke, it is a good idea to quit well before you think about receiving implants.

Improve the Size and Shape of Your Teeth When you have teeth that are smaller than average or have chips and cracks, there are a couple of different treatments that can be used to improve their shape and proportion. In addition, they can also be used to cover severe tooth discoloration for a brighter smile that looks natural. In some cases, they can even make your teeth appear straighter. Cosmetic bonding uses a tooth-colored composite resin material to sculpt the teeth while hiding your imperfections in just one appointment. You may also be a candidate for porcelain veneers, which are thin shells that are bonded to the front side of the teeth. The minimally invasive procedure produces high-quality results that will last an average of 10 years.

How do I Know if I Have Gum Disease? Gum disease can occur at any age, but it is most common among adults. If detected in its early stages, gum disease can be reversed so see your dentist if you notice any of the following symptoms: • Gums that are red, puffy or swollen, or tender • Gums that bleed during brushing or flossing • Teeth that look longer because your gums have receded • Gums that have separated, or pulled away, from your teeth, creating a pocket • Changes in the way your teeth fit together when you bite • Pus coming from between your teeth and gums • Constant bad breath or a bad taste in your mouth How is Gum Disease Treated? • The early stages of gum disease can often be reversed with proper brushing and flossing. Good oral health will help keep plaque from building up. • A professional cleaning by your dentist or hygienist is the only way to remove plaque that has built up and hardened into tartar. Your dentist or hygienist will clean or "scale" your teeth to remove the tartar above and below the gumline. If your condition is more severe, a root planing procedure may be performed. Root planing helps to smooth irregularities on the roots of the teeth making it more difficult for plaque to deposit there. By scheduling regular checkups, early stage gum disease can be treated before it leads to a much more serious condition. If your condition is more advanced, treatment in the dental office will be required. If you haven't had a checkup in a while don't wait, call today to schedule an appointment.

While every dentist and every patient wants to prevent cavities through good brushing, flossing, 6-month exams and professional cleanings, sometimes tooth decay happens. The oral bacteria living in sticky plaque and hard tartar that adheres to tooth enamel secrete acids that eat tooth enamel, especially in areas where enamel is thin or hard to reach with a toothbrush and floss. If decay is found, Dr. Share uses modern white filling material to repair the tooth. This composite resin, composed of acrylic and glass, is tooth-colored, strong and bonds exceptionally well to healthy tooth structure. Unlike old-style amalgam fillings, composite fillings are metal-free and aesthetically pleasing. Dr. Share and his team make the filling procedure comfortable and quick. So, if a cavity develops in your mouth, don’t worry. You can get a seamlessly beautiful and durable composite resin filling. If it’s time for your routine check-up, contact Dr. Share’s office now for your appointment.