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Overbite vs Overjet: Understanding Key Differences

At Dental Associates of New England, our doctors discuss overbite vs overjet, focusing on the key differences between the two.

Posted by John Meola on Jun 14, 2018

Dental Fillings vs. Dental Crowns

Dental fillings and dental crowns are both outstanding treatments for structurally damaged teeth; however, there are differences between the two.

Posted by John Meola on Aug 02, 2016

Treatment for Gapped Teeth

Cosmetic dentist John D. Meola offers a variety of dental treatments that allow patients to enhance their smile by treating gapped teeth.

Posted by John Meola on May 03, 2016

Decaffeinate Your Smile: Treating Coffee and Tea Stains

The Zoom! 2® professional teeth whitening system is especially effective at treating extrinsic stains, such as those caused by coffee and tea.

Posted by John Meola on Mar 04, 2016

Can You Drink Wine after Teeth Whitening?

Professional teeth whitening effectively rids teeth of wine stains - but does that mean you can’t drink wine after treatment?

Posted by John Meola on Jan 02, 2016

Understanding the Cost of Dental Crowns

The cost of dental crowns varies. The price of your restoration will depend on the material you select and whether you choose IV sedation.

Posted by John Meola on Sep 04, 2015

Tooth-colored Fillings: Lifespan and Aftercare

Ensure your tooth-colored fillings will have a long lifespan with these aftercare tips from Dental Associates of New England.

Posted by John Meola on May 05, 2015

Preparing Your Teeth for the Placement of Porcelain Veneers

Before a smile can be made over with porcelain veneers, the teeth must be prepared. Find out what this process entails.

Posted by John Meola on Feb 04, 2015

6 Common Causes of Chipped Teeth

Chipped teeth can be caused by a variety of incidents, including contact sports, slips and falls, assaults, and tooth grinding (bruxism). There are cosmetic and…

Posted by Dental Associates on Nov 04, 2014

Smoking and Its Effects on Oral Health

Smoking can have a variety of adverse effects on oral health, from tooth stains and bad breath to oral cancer.

Posted by John Meola on Oct 03, 2014

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