Oral Hygiene & General Dentistry in Sudbury, MA

Healthy Smiles for the Entire Family

Here at Boston Post Dental & Implants, we’re passionate about supporting healthy smiles and providing exceptional care. That’s why we offer general dentistry for teeth cleanings, regular dental exams, and several treatments to maintain optimal oral health. Our highly skilled team goes above and beyond to provide you and your family with the care you need.

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Your Regular Dental Visit

It’s important to practice good oral hygiene habits to maintain healthy teeth and gums. This means thoroughly brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing regularly.

It’s also essential to schedule bi-annual dental check-ups and professional cleanings at our Sudbury office. This will eliminate debris from hard-to-reach places between your teeth and prevent any additional dental problems from arising.

Dental Exams and Cleanings

During your regular check-up, we’ll complete a full exam of your teeth and gums to look for signs of cavities, gum disease, and more. Our dental hygienist will also provide you with a thorough tooth cleaning to eliminate any debris, plaque, or tartar buildup.

Regular dental appointments can help us determine if you have any oral health issues developing. We’ll be able to catch any oral disease or cavity before it becomes a serious problem, so you won’t have to worry about your smile.

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Oral Cancer Screening

At Boston Post Dental & Implants, we perform an oral cancer screening during each routine dental visit. Screenings are a precautionary measure taken to identify any progressive signs of early cancer. This allows our dentists to detect symptoms early on for a better survival rate. If we see potential signs of oral cancer, we’ll perform further tests to make certain and discuss effective treatment options for your condition.

Root Canal Therapy

The root canal is the deepest layer of your tooth, holding nerves and blood vessels known as the dental pulp. If a cavity, cracked, or broken tooth is left untreated, the pulp can become infected and cause severe pain, inflammation, tooth sensitivity, and more.

Root canal therapy can save your natural tooth and relieve this pain, stopping the infection from spreading and affecting other teeth. Dr. Ye will remove the infected pulp from your tooth and replace it with a filling material to keep your tooth strong. He’ll then repair and cover it with a natural-looking crown for added protection.

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Frequently Asked Questions