We offer a wide variety of dental care services to the Marlborough community. Contact us with any questions about our services.
Most people are unhappy with at least one aspect of their smile and while there are a variety of issues that can create this unhappiness, the most common complaint is crooked or gapped teeth.
A smile is one of the simplest gestures that we can make, but it can also be one of the biggest. A bright smile is considered a reflection of friendliness, honesty, happiness, and health.
Porcelain veneers are arguably one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry solutions currently available. These thin, fingernail-like covers are applied to the outer enamel of the teeth where they work to cover any cosmetic imperfections and improve the overall appearance of the teeth.
Dental crowns are a very common, popular solution to repair damaged or unsightly teeth. They take the form of a tooth-shaped ‘hat’ that sits over the problem tooth, encasing it entirely right down to the gum line.
If getting a dental implant is not a suitable option for you, we have an excellent solution: dental bridges. Our bridges are an easy and effective way to restore your smile by bridging the gap caused by missing teeth.
Preventative care plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy mouth and preventing dental problems before they escalate.
The newest method in dentistry used to replace missing or extracted teeth is a procedure called dental implants.
Dentures are often a difficult topic for people to discuss. It can be embarrassing for many patients to be able to talk with friends and family about their dental health and for these reasons, dentures may also be surrounded in your mind with a negative stigma.
TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. This joint acts as a sliding hinge that connects your jaw to your skull.
Nothing strikes fear into the heart of dental patients quite like the words ‘root canal treatment’. When the blood or nerve supply of a tooth (often known as the ‘pulp’) becomes damaged through injury, infection, or decay, it can cause the nerve of the tooth to die.
A composite filling, also known as a tooth-colored filling, is used to restore teeth affected by decay, cracks, fractures, and other issues.