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Millis Dental Care PC

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840 Main Street Ste 112, Millis, MA 02054
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(508) 306-8965
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Millis Dental Care PC provides high-quality dental care at affordable rates for everyone. As your Millis MA dentist, we focus on customizing a dental plan that benefits your needs. Contact our dental office by phone or online.

Millis Dental Care PC can be found at 840 Main Street Ste 112 . The following is offered: Dentistry . In Millis there are 1 other Dentistry. An overview can be found here.

Keywords dental cleaning, dental implant restoration, dental crowns, dental fillings, dental veneers, dentures, dental sealants, night guards, teeth whitening, dental emergency.

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  • Dr. Sarah Alaaraji, DMD

    Dr. Sarah Alaaraji received her degree in Dental Medicine from Boston University – Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine with high honors. She then completed her residency in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at New York University – Lutheran Medical Center. Dr. Alaaraji focuses on high quality treatment and comprehensive care for her patients and has years of experience in cosmetic dentistry. She is a member of the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS) and the American Dental Association (ADA).

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Products And Services

  • Dental Cleaning

    Routine professional dental cleaning maintains healthy teeth and gums. It removes tartar, plaque, and surface stains. Deep Cleaning: Patients suffering from periodontal disease will benefit from a deeper dental cleaning called scaling and root planing. This procedure removes tartar and plaque from below the gum line. We also smooth the exposed tooth root to eliminate bacteria and prevent future bacterial colonization. How is dental cleaning different from regular brushing? Professional dental cleaning thoroughly removes tartar and plaque buildup which can not be removed at home. Also, dental cleanings are a preventative measure against decay, gum disease, and tooth loss. Can dental cleaning whiten my teeth? This procedure can remove some surface stains. You may want to consider professional teeth whitening for the best whitening result possible. How do I care for my teeth after the procedure? Maintain good dental hygiene after your cleaning. It will help avoid tartar and plaque buildup. Also, avoid beverages that stain and attempt to brush after meals. How often do I schedule a cleaning? Patients should schedule their cleaning every 6 months. However, some patients may need to schedule it every 3 to 4 months if they are more prone to periodontal disease.

  • Dental Implant Restoration

    Dental Implant Restoration If you have dental implants and need the final dental implant restoration, contact us today. Dental implant restoration entails the attachment of the abutment and crown. What are dental implants? Dental implants are titanium tooth roots that are permanently inserted into the jawbone. How will you complete my dental implant restoration? First, we take final impression. Next, the abutment is screwed or cemented to the implant. And lastly, the permanent dental crown is attached. What is a dental crown made of? A dental crown can be made of full metal, zirconia, and porcelain fused to metal. How should I care for my new tooth? Maintain good dental hygiene by brushing twice a day and flossing daily. Dental implants can suffer peri-implantitis, which is the loss of jawbone due to inflammation. Prevent the risk of losing your implant or restoration by practicing good dental hygiene and visiting us for your dental exams and cleanings. Is the final restoration painful? You will not experience any discomfort during the procedure. Should you notice slight pain, over-the-counter pain medication will help. Also, please contact us if you noticed a change in your bite. The dental crown may need to be readjusted.

  • Dental Crowns

    Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth like caps that are placed over teeth. They are used to restore the look and function of a tooth. They are commonly used with dental implants, bridges, root canals, and on severely damaged teeth. In some cases, patients may consider them to cover a stubborn discolored tooth. Overall, dental crowns offer patients dental restoration which improves their oral health and confidence. What is a crown made of? A dental crown can be made of full metal, zirconia or porcelain fused to metal. How is a dental crown applied? Applying dental crowns on teeth and on dental implants slightly differ. The area around the affected tooth is numbed. Next, we reshape the tooth in order for the crown to fit properly. Impressions are then made to assure the dental crown fits in your mouth. These impressions are sent to a laboratory that creates the dental crown. You will receive a temporary crown during the waiting period. When the permanent crown is ready, the area is numbed again to remove the temporary crown and replace it with the new one. How do I care for my crown? Dental crowns function as normal teeth and require normal dental hygiene. you need to be cautious when biting on hard food and candy. Also, follow up with your dentist by doing routine dental exams and cleaning. Brighten Your Smile Today!

  • Dental Fillings

    Dental Fillings Dental fillings restore teeth that are suffering from decay. Left untreated, patients can occur toothaches and tooth loss. Dental fillings seal the affected tooth while restoring its shape and functionality. The process is simple. We first remove the decay and clean the tooth. Next, the filling is inserted inside the tooth to completely seal the cavity. What are the types of dental fillings? Amalgam – This dental filling is silver. Some patients may not prefer amalgam because it darkens over time. Composite – Composite fillings are natural in appearance because they are tooth-color matched. They can also be used to cover old amalgam fillings. What are the signs of tooth decay? A dental exam will confirm tooth decay but there are signs that you may notice. Toothache, sensitivity, holes, or pain when biting down are potential symptoms. How does tooth decay occur? Tooth decay can be a result of poor dental hygiene maintenance. It can also be due to the location of the tooth or poor dieting efforts. Your dental exam and consultation will help narrow the cause to avoid future oral issues. Schedule your appointment today. Is the procedure painful? The procedure is not painful. Some patients may notice tooth sensitivity afterwards which can be relieved with over-the-counter pain medication. The sensitivity should fade within a couple of days. I am experiencing intense tooth pain. Is it a cavity? Severe tooth pain could be a sign of a tooth infection. Bacteria may have infected the pulp which is causing the discomfort. Tooth or gum pain needs urgent care as it may require a root canal treatment. Do not delay in contacting us. Another reason for your tooth pain could be due to a fracture. Take over-the-counter pain medication and contact us right away. A fractured tooth left untreated can cause a tooth infection.

  • Dental Veneers

    Dental veneers are thin laminates that are placed in front of a tooth to correct discoloration, gaps, and teeth shape. Veneers are offered in porcelain and composite-resin material. Porcelain is the ideal choice due to the most natural appearance and longevity. While, composite-resin is less expensive and is easy to repair, if needed. In all, dental veneers are a great option for patients concerned with their smile. Who could benefit from dental veneers? Patients who have the following may want to consider dental veneers. Stubborn tooth discoloration Chipped/cracked teeth Gaps Crooked teeth Misshapen teeth Severely worn teeth Why should I consider porcelain over composite-resin? Although composite-resin is more economical, porcelain offers more advantages. Porcelain veneers appear more natural and resist stains better. For example, patients that enjoy coffee and red wine may consider porcelain to avoid staining their veneers. What is the procedure? Dental veneers usually require two visits. The first visit involves discussing your unique procedure and determine the end result. Dental X-rays and mouth impressions are typically included. Next, we will remove about ½ millimeter of tooth enamel to make space for the veneer. We then create a model of your new tooth and it is sent to a laboratory that creates the veneer. This process can take up to 4 weeks but you will be given a temporary veneer in the meantime. Once the permanent veneer is ready, your tooth is cleaned and etched. We then use cement to adhere the veneer onto your tooth. Next, the cement is hardened with a special light. And lastly, we examine the new veneer and assure your bite is correct. A follow-up visit may be required to evaluate your gum health and the dental veneer.

  • Dentures

    Dentures Dentures are removable dental appliances used for teeth replacement. Patients may experience tooth loss due to decay, gum disease, or injury. It is important to replace your missing teeth because not only does it restore your smile but it improves your oral health as well. Patients will notice better chewing and speaking abilities while improving their face shape. Dentures are available as complete and partial. Patients that have lost all of their teeth in their top or lower jaws need completes. While, those that have lost a few teeth can benefit from partials. What types of dentures are available? There are 3 types to consider: Conventional – These offer the best fit because they are customized. If a patient needs tooth extraction, the dentures are placed in the mouth after the gums have healed. Although, this can take several weeks, the patient will notice a more comfortable fit. Immediate – Immediate dentures are the most convenient. Patients do not need to wait for the gums to heal. They can receive them the same day of tooth extraction. However, the patient will need to return to readjust the dentures when the gums heal. Overdenture – When healthy teeth remain, they can serve as anchors for your denture. It offers a more secure fit and stability. Dental implants can also provide the same support. How do I maintain them? Your dentures are delicate. Handle them with care. Be sure to brush them before and after use. Also, keep them in clean water when not using them.

  • Dental Sealants

    Dental Sealants Dental sealants are coatings that cover teeth to protect against cavities. Patients that are more prone to cavities are usually recommended for this procedure. Some patients may have difficulty brushing all of their teeth and would, therefore, benefit from sealants. Without dental sealants, food and bacteria remain on teeth and cause decay, if not properly cleaned. A dental exam will confirm if you need dental sealants. Schedule yours today! What is the procedure? The application is fairly quick. First, the tooth is etched then dried. Next, the sealant coating is layered onto the tooth and hardened with a blue light. Patients can return to normal eating and drinking afterwards. Will this be noticable? Fortunately, dental sealants are white or clear. They are not noticeable when eating or speaking. Are sealants only for children? Sealants are available for children and adults as needed. How long can they last? They can last up to 10 years. Is fluoride necessary after the treatment? Patients may be recommended to use flouride to further protect their teeth from decay. How else can I protect my teeth? Continue brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily. Also, brush after meals when possible. And, of course, visit us for your routine dental exams and cleanings.

  • Night Guards

    Night Guards Night guards protect teeth clenching and grinding that is usually an involuntary behavior. Many patients suffer from bruxism or teeth clench/grinding but are unaware. This is due in part because bruxism usually occurs while patients sleep. So, unless they experience morning headaches, jaw, or teeth pain they may not know of the condition. Fortunately, dental exams help confirm if a patient is suffering by evaluating the teeth. Patients with bruxism will show signs of worn teeth. Left untreated, the teeth can get severely damaged. Night guards are custom-made mouth pieces that are worn during bedtime. In rare cases, patients may need to wear them all day as well. We highly recommend using night guards if you suffer from bruxism. Contact our dental office to schedule a dental exam and consultation. We would be delighted to assist. What are the symptoms of bruxism? Flattened, damaged, chipped, or loose teeth Tooth pain Tooth sensitivity Uncomfortable jaw movement Jaw, ear, neck pain Headache Inner cheek damage Will I need guards for both my top and lower jaws? Patients only need guards for the top or bottom. Depending on your dental exam and consultation, we will discuss what option is best. What are the benefits? Night guards protect you from: Tooth damage Tooth loss Jaw, ear, and neck pain

  • Teeth Whitening

    We offer teeth whitening in Millis MA. Contact us today for more information!

  • Dental Emergency

    Dental emergency A dental emergency can include tooth damage or pain. It should be treated right away as the issue could be a sign of a greater situation. Please contact us if you are experiencing any of the following: Tooth or gum pain Abscessed tooth Avulsed tooth Tooth fracture Damaged filling Damaged or loose dental crown Tooth or Gum Pain – This discomfort could be a sign of an infected tooth due to severe decay or trauma. Contact us right away. Abscessed Tooth – If you notice an abscess near your tooth, this could be a sign of an infection. Contact us right away to determine if an infection is present. If so, a root canal treatment will be needed to save the tooth. Avulsed Tooth – An avulsed tooth is also known as a “knocked out’’ tooth. This can occur with injury to the face or from biting too hard. Tooth Fracture – A tooth can become damaged from biting too hard or from injury. Please contact us if you notice damage. Left untreated, the tooth can become infected and lead to more complications. Damaged Filling – Fillings are sturdy and meant to withstand normal chewing and biting. However, if you notice a damaged filling, contact us right away. A damaged filling exposes the tooth to infection and can lead to more complications. Damaged or Loose Dental Crown – Dental crowns are sturdy but can suffer damage if not properly cared for. A damaged or loose crown is an emergency that needs to be treated promptly. Contact our office soon. A dental emergency in Millis MA should be treated with urgency. Your oral health is important to us. Please do not hesitate to contact us today. Call (508) 376-8996. We are conveniently located at 840 Main St. Ste 112 Millis, MA 02054,

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