Advanced Dental Care
By Advanced Dental Care
July 10, 2019
Category: Dental Care
Tags: Gum Disease  

With more and more people presenting with gum disease it’s important that patients are visiting their dentist every six months for checkups. Since gum disease doesn’t always cause symptoms sometimes these checkups are the only way for our North Attleborough, MA, dentist Dr. Arkady Naiman to catch this issue early on when it can either be reversed or easily managed.

Of course, here are some warning signs and symptoms that you absolutely should not ignore if they happen to you.

Bleeding gums: This is one of the most common symptoms of a gum infection. While it’s normal for there to be some bleeding when you first start a flossing regimen it’s important to recognize that if bleeding continues whenever you brush and floss that you need to see your North Attleborough, MA, general dentist as soon as possible.

Red, swollen, or tender gums: This is another classic symptom of gum disease and while everything from burning your mouth on hot food and cutting your gums can lead to redness or tenderness, if this symptoms is widespread then you’ll want to have the problem checked out immediately.

Receding gums: Again, there are a few reasons why your gums may be receding; however, to prevent the problem from getting worse you should see a dental professional. Receding gums, or gums that pull away from the teeth will suddenly make teeth appear longer and may even expose tooth roots, which can lead to increased tooth sensitivity.

Along with these three top symptoms you may also notice persistent and unexplained bad breath, you may notice a change in the way your teeth fit when you bite or if you have dental work or dentures you may also notice a change in the fit of your dentures. These are also warning signs. If you have other problems like pus between the gums or loose teeth, see your dentist right away.

Advanced Dental Care is proud to provide thorough dental care to patients living in Plainville, Foxborough, and North Attleborough, MA. Call our office today if you are noticing any of the telltale symptoms of gum disease.

By ADVANCED DENTAL CARE
March 26, 2019
Category: Dental Care

Need oral surgery? Oral surgery is the branch of dentistry concerned with the surgical treatment of injuries, diseases, and deformities of the oral and maxillofacial region. A number of conditions may require oral surgery. Dr. Arkady Naiman at Advanced Dental Care in Oral Surgery PreparationPlainville, MA, offers oral surgery services to their patients.

Types of Oral Surgery include:

1. Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with small anchors and replaces missing teeth with false teeth that feel and function much like real ones. Implants can improve your smile, prevent jawbone loss, improve your ability to chew food, and prevent your existing teeth from shifting out of place. Dental implant surgery is usually an outpatient surgery, and you will be given anesthesia for the surgery.

2. Dental Extractions

A dental extraction is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jawbone. There are a number of reasons why dental extractions may be needed. A dental extraction may be necessary if your tooth is so damaged that it cannot be repaired. In addition, if your wisdom teeth don't have room to grow, you'll likely need to have them extracted. Impacted wisdom teeth can result in pain, swelling, and a gum infection.

3. Root Canal Therapy

In the past, diseased or injured teeth often had to be pulled. Today, they can be saved through root canal therapy. A root canal is a procedure that is used to fix teeth that are infected or badly decayed. Extraction is not a good alternative to root canal treatment. Saving your natural tooth is the best option. Root canal treatment has a high success rate. With proper care, root-canal-treated teeth can last a lifetime.

Oral surgery has the potential to improve the quality of your life. You will experience exemplary service and world-class care at Advanced Dental Care! If you need oral surgery, don't wait. Dr. Naiman can help you today. Call Advanced Dental Care in Plainville, MA, at 508-869-4070 to schedule an appointment!

By ADVANCED DENTAL CARE
December 26, 2018
Category: Dental Care
Tags: Root Canal  

How a root canal from your dentist in the North Attleborough area can save your smile

Root CanalYou’ve probably heard a lot about root canals and how they are a great way to save your smile. If you have dental pain that isn’t relieved by a filling, a root canal can eliminate the pain and still allow you to keep your tooth. Though you may be tempted to just remove the tooth, then you have to live with an incomplete smile and compromised chewing ability, or replace the tooth with a dental bridge or dental implant, which can get expensive. The healthier and safer option is to seek out a root canal provided by Dr. Arkady Naiman at Advanced Dental Care in Plainville, MA. He proudly serves residents of North Attleborough and Foxborough, and he can take good care of your smile too!

More about Root Canals

So, how do you know if you might need a root canal? Your dentist can find out by taking state-of-the-art x-rays of the roots of your teeth and performing temperature/vitality tests. That’s why you need to visit your dentist and when you first start noticing the signs of recurring tooth pain. Make an appointment to visit your dentist right away if you experience:

  • Chronic pain even after dental treatment
  • Chronic aching, throbbing, or a feeling of pressure inside the tooth
  • Sharp, stabbing tooth pain when you chew or bite down
  • Continuous throbbing tooth pain after you consume hot or cold foods and beverages
  • A red or white bump on your gums next to the root of your tooth
  • Blood or pus draining from the bump in your gums
  • A tooth that is darker or grayer than the teeth next to it

If you notice any of these signs or symptoms, hesitating to acquire medical help can often cause your tooth pain to get worse. Instead, visit Dr. Naiman's North Attleborough office to have your tooth evaluated for a root canal, a treatment that only takes two to three appointments and heals your pain. For more detailed information about the root canal process, please visit the Root Canals section on our website at http://www.plainvillesmiles.com/root-canals.html.

Interested? Give us a Call!

If you are suffering from chronic tooth pain, don’t worry—Dr. Naiman is here to help! Just pick up your phone and call (508) 869-4070 for Dr. Arkady Naiman at Advanced Dental Care in Plainville, Massachusetts. Schedule an appointment and get rid of your tooth pain!

By ADVANCED DENTAL CARE
September 11, 2018
Category: Dental Care

Root Canal TherapyA root canal is a restorative dental procedure for saving a damaged tooth. Some of the signs you may need a root canal include constant pain or pressure in the mouth and a severe toothache. A dentist can determine if a root canal is needed. At Advanced Dental Care, Dr. Arkady Naiman is your Foxborough dentist for performing root canals.

What is Root Canal Therapy?

Root canal therapy refers to the procedure for performing a root canal and is a method for saving a damaged tooth so it does not need to be extracted. When a tooth is damaged, due to infection or injury, it can become too weak and sensitive to perform normal biting and chewing functions without experiencing pain or discomfort. Dr. Naiman can determine if a damaged tooth can be saved with root canal therapy. Some of the signs and symptoms you may need root canal therapy include:

  • A severe or persistent toothache
  • Constant mouth pain and pressure
  • Sharp pain when biting into food
  • Sensitivity to cold or hot foods and beverages

Inside the center of a tooth and its root is a soft material called pulp. When pulp becomes infected, the infection can spread down through the tooth root and cause an abscess to form below the tooth. Once an abscess forms, the infection can more easily spread to other areas of the mouth. During root canal therapy, infected pulp is removed, the area is cleaned, then the tooth is filled and sealed. The tooth is then protected with a dental crown.

Benefits of Root Canal Therapy

There are several benefits to undergoing root canal therapy. A primary benefit is that the natural tooth is saved and extraction is avoided. In addition to preserving the natural tooth, it is also restored and made stronger so normal biting and chewing functions can resume without pain or discomfort. Another benefit of root canal therapy is that it stops infection from spreading to other areas of the mouth. Finally, root canal therapy resolves tooth pain and sensitivity.

You may need a root canal if you are experiencing a toothache, mouth pain, sensitivity, or sharp pain when eating. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Naiman, call Advanced Dental Care in Plainville, MA and serving Plainville, Foxborough, and North Attleborough at (508) 869-4070.

By Advanced Dental Care
May 31, 2018
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: root canals   treatments   procedures  

There is nothing to fear about root canals. Find out more about this commonly performed dental procedure.

Hearing your dentist tell you that you need a root canal may fill you with anxiety, but there is truly nothing to fear. Arm yourself with all the information you need to understand your upcoming Root Canalprocedure so that you can get through it easily and stress-free.

Q. What is a root canal?

A. This endodontic procedure is necessary when the inside of the tooth, known as the dental pulp, is either infected or damaged. The dental pulp can be affected by severe decay, infection or trauma. Once the damage reaches the pulp, your endodontist will recommend having a root canal.

Q. Do I need a root canal?

A. It can be difficult to know when you might need to come in for a root canal, which is why going in for your six-month checkup can protect your smile and detect issues when they are still easy to fix. Common symptoms that might warrant a root canal include,

  • Extreme sensitivity to hot or cold

  • Persistent or severe pain, particularly when chewing

  • Tooth pain that keeps you up at night

  • An abscess that develops around the affected tooth

Q. What should I expect from my upcoming procedure?

A. Root canals are a common practice. While many people worry that it might be rather time-consuming and invasive, it is no more complicated than getting a cavity filled.

The purpose of the procedure is to remove the affected dental pulp. Your general dentist will drill through the hard outer layers of enamel until we reach the internal part of the tooth. From there, your dentist will carefully remove the diseased tissue and disinfect the inside of the tooth if an infection is present. Once treated, we will use special materials to rebuild the tooth from the inside out. Most teeth treated with a root canal will also need a dental crown to protect the weakened tooth from further damage.

Q. Is the procedure painful?

A. Most people worry that a root canal will be painful. Everyone’s heard stories! But keep in mind that many people needing a root canal are dealing with pretty unpleasant and chronic dental pain. The purpose of the procedure isn’t to instill more pain, but to actually eliminate the source of the pain. Plus, a root canal is performed under local anesthesia, so you shouldn’t feel a thing.

Contact your Dentist

Still have questions about root canal therapy? Need to schedule your next dental appointment? Then it’s time to call your dentist today. We would be happy to answer all of your dental questions.





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