June 13, 2018
You know that brushing your teeth and regular dental care is vital for keeping your teeth healthy. With the right prevention, you can help to prevent tooth loss by reducing your risk for tooth decay. Did you know that there is another treat that can harm your oral health? Gum disease is an infection that develops in the gingival tissue. With your gums playing a vital role in protecting your teeth and general health from complications, it is essential that you take the time to keep them healthy. At the first sign of an infection, it is time to call your dentist in East Longmeadow.
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June 12, 2018
If you’ve made the decision to whiten, straighten, or perfect your smile, you may be wondering whether or not your general dentist can perform the cosmetic dentistry services you desire. Some aspects of dentistry, like oral surgery and orthodontics, have their own specialty field recognized by the American Dental Association. Unfortunately, this is not the case for cosmetic dentistry. This leaves many patients wondering how they should go about finding a qualified cosmetic dentist. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the many things you should consider when choosing the best cosmetic dentist to deliver the flawless, healthy smile you deserve.
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July 30, 2016
Everyone in Massachusetts, whether a Bruins fan or not, has seen a hockey player appear to have a full set of teeth in an interview. But then when watching a game on TV, the shot of the same player on the bench shows he’s missing a couple front teeth. And he didn’t just lose them with the last deflected slapshot from Chara.
July 15, 2016
For most teenagers two words strike abject terror into their hearts: acne and braces! It’s not like wearing braces is a rarity — over two thirds of U.S. teens have some sort of orthodontic treatment — but that doesn’t make it any easier. In fact, few things other than extreme acne can be as embarrassing and uncomfortable as having traditional metal braces put on their teeth.
June 30, 2016
Alex, I’ll take human tissue for $300.
Answer: The hardest tissue in the human body. Please form your response in the form of a question.
If you’re down around the Cape this summer some muscleheads might think they know the answer to that Jeopardy question. And they’ll flex to show you. But they would be wrong.
June 15, 2016
When you were in college you may have sought out an easy class to fill a requirement. Maybe it was Ceramics 101, and that Christmas you presented every family member with a mostly symmetrical hand-thrown bowl or vase that was one of your class projects.
May 30, 2016
These days there seem to be many “makeovers.” Everything from homes to relationships to Moms seem to be in need of a makeover. But at EMA Dental, we can give you a makeover that you’ll be proud of every day — a smile makeover. Led by Dr. Emirzian, we’ll develop a treatment plan customized just for your needs, and then we’ll get to work making the cosmetic and aesthetic changes to give you a smile to, well, smile about!
May 15, 2016
Bonding. The word may bring to mind the family “bonding” of Thanksgiving, with Uncle Bert, after one too many Sam Adams, loudly comparing the merits of the Bruins vs. the Patriots.
At EMA, we prefer a more useful sort of bonding, the dental variety. Dr. Emirzian is an expert in esthetic dentistry, of which dental bonding is a part. Dental bonding can be a good solution for certain dental problems. Dental bonding uses resin, a plastic-like material, to cover or fill dental problems. Bonding is an alternative to more expensive porcelain veneers.
April 30, 2016
When a person is missing a few or many teeth, it can really impact their quality of life. Chewing can be next to impossible, requiring the person to miss out on a wide assortment of foods. Speech can be difficult, particularly if front teeth are missing. Smiling can be embarrassing.
April 15, 2016
You know veneers. Sure, they’re the actually wood that overlays lower quality wood underneath in dressers and stuff you buy at IKEA, right?
True, but these aren’t the veneers we’re interested in at EMA Dental. We’re interested in porcelain veneers as a great way to cover up imperfections in your teeth, and show the world a perfect smile.