What Is Bite Collapse?

Springfield, MA area patients who are in the later stages of life may experience certain dental and medical conditions that may impact their smile. This includes a condition known as “bite collapse.” The team of Taylor Street Dental is pleased to provide solutions for patients who have been diagnosed with this condition, and ensures patients […]

Sedation Options at Taylor Street Dental

Visiting the dentist can cause many patients severe anxiety. Perhaps they had a negative experience with the dentist in the past, or they are worried about pain and discomfort. Whatever the reason, the dentists of Taylor Street Dental in Springfield, MA are pleased to offer sedation dentistry to help put anxious adult patients at ease […]

Restoring your smile with porcelain veneers after chipping and cracking

The team of Taylor Street Dental in Springfield, MA help patients in achieving beautiful smiles they are confident to share with others. This may mean utilizing the latest in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. By helping patients address not only the health of their smile but the appearance, our practice has become one of the leading […]

Treating bad breath caused by periodontal disease

Patients with periodontal disease are not only dealing with a condition that negatively impacts the health of their smile—it can also contribute to the development of halitosis, or “bad breath.” What is halitosis? Halitosis is the medical term for bad breath. It can be situational or chronic. Situational halitosis may be caused by periodic dry […]

Why do dentists use composite resin for fillings?

When cavities exist, it is vital that patients take action as soon as possible to avoid these cavities from getting larger and more intrusive. In fact, cavities left untreated can become so large that they damage and infect the dental pulp inside of the tooth. This can cause unwanted pain and discomfort, as well as […]

What are some possible complications of tooth extractions?

There are times when a dentist will need to extract an adult tooth. Perhaps it has been damaged and is no longer savable. Maybe the patient is preparing for orthodontic treatment and needs to make room when overcrowding exists. In other situations, patients may need to have their wisdom teeth removed due to impaction or […]

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