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Monday

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Tuesday

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wednesday

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday

8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Closed

General Dentistry

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When you visit 222 Main Street Dental for general dentistry, you may expect more than you would from any other dentist's office. We stand behind our work since maintaining the health of your teeth, gums, and mouth is our passion, not just a job. 222 Main Street Dental offers everything from regular general dentistry to more advanced dental procedures, so you'll know right away that you made the correct choice.

Services We Offer

A general dentist can handle the majority of your oral health care needs. They provide treatments to help patients maintain the health of their teeth and gums. Dentists are also trained to identify and treat common dental problems such as cavities, missing teeth, and oral infections. Here are some of the common general dental services we provide at 222 Main Street Dental.

Regular Check-ups and Cleanings

Skipping dental check-ups may not seem like a huge deal, but oral diseases may begin and grow quickly, whether you notice them or not. By staying on top of your dental check-ups and cleanings, you're doing yourself a huge favor in the long term. Here are some of the main reasons why you should visit your dentist regularly.

  • Regular dental check-ups prevent dental issues and allow your dentist to catch potential problems early.
  • Professional cleanings remove plaque and tartar, which helps prevent tooth decay.
  • Regular visits to your dentist can help monitor and manage gum health and prevent tooth loss.
  • Oral cancer detection.

Fillings, Crowns, and Restorations

Dental restorations are used to treat patients who have teeth that are missing, weakened, broken, or decaying. A restoration is a dental procedure that replaces or fixes lost teeth or portions of the tooth's structure. If a tooth exhibits indications of decay or may create problems in the future, dentists can strengthen the tooth to prevent future problems. Fillings and crowns are the two most common types of dental restoration.

Dental Fillings: A filling can help a patient who has a cavity or who has lost a portion of a tooth to disease. In addition to making them more comfortable when chewing and speaking, this also helps with tooth discomfort.

Compared to other restorations, fillings are often cheaper and less invasive since they involve using materials like amalgam or resin to fill gaps within a tooth. The cavity is simply cleaned to remove germs and plaque, filled with one of the materials mentioned above, and then hardened with a dental curing light by the dentist.

Dental crowns: Dental crowns are metal, ceramic, or porcelain caps that can reinforce a tooth while also improving its appearance. Crowns, as defined by the American Dental Association, "cover a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size." These tooth-sized crowns fully encase the tooth, concealing any visible damage, safeguarding teeth with significantly large fillings, and keeping weak teeth from fracturing. A crown can help repair damage and protect a patient's teeth from additional damage if any of their teeth are weak or broken as a result of decay.

X-rays and Diagnostic Tests

Dental radiographs, often known as dental X-rays, are pictures of your teeth that your dentist will use to assess your oral health. These low-level radiation X-rays are used to obtain pictures of the inside of your teeth and gums. There are many kinds of dental X-rays that capture varied perspectives of your mouth.

Bitewing X-rays: These X-rays show the upper and lower back teeth in a single view.

Panoramic X-rays: This type of X-ray captures a wide view of the entire mouth, including all teeth, jaws, and surrounding structures.

Periapical X-rays: These show the entire tooth, from the crown to the root and the surrounding bone.

Cephalometric X-rays: These focus on the side view of the head. They're used in orthodontics to assess the position of the jaw and teeth, aiding in treatment planning.

Occlusal X-rays: These provide a broader view of the placement and alignment of the upper and lower teeth.

Orthopantomogram (OPG): It's frequently used in orthodontics, implant planning, and oral surgery.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT): CBCT provides detailed 3D images of the teeth, jaws, facial bones, and soft tissues. It's highly useful for complex cases.

Choose 222 Main Street Dental for comprehensive general dentistry that puts your oral health first. Schedule an appointment today and experience the difference!

Call us at (508) 473-3424 for appointments or inquiries. We're conveniently located at 222 Main Street, Milford, MA 01757. We're here to provide you with exceptional dental care.

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