«All Seacoast Dental Associates» is a multi-specialty private practice catering to patients by establishing a wellness management program for: full mouth reconstructive cosmetics, dental implants, root canal therapy (endodontics), periodontal conditions (gum treatment), teeth whitening (Zoom Advanced in office system ) and all other phases of any thorough or complex dental treatment plan. The patients can complete their oral rehabilitation entirely at this one location, under the supervision of specialists addressing their personal, unique and specific needs. We at «All Seacoast Dental Associates» are committed to giving you the highest ethical and quality care while providing financial options that will allow our patients and their families to finally reach optimum dental health. Our office staff will always be working on your behalf with your insurance carrier to make sure that your services are covered and your benefits are utilized properly. This type of customer service and attention to detail is hard to find these days.
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I had a great exp! with Dr. Irena Spivak & the Office staff. dr. Spivak did too root canes & for me. There was NoPAIN. She's was gentle professional & very detailed oriented. I Highly recommend Dr.Irena Spivak seacoast dentel. Definitely will b bck again.
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The staff at all seacoast are wonderful! Always very accommodating and professional. I’m always met with a smile and always taken very good care of. I’ve never been happier with another dentist office!
I don't normally write reviews, but I have to tell you all that I love this Dentist office! I usually neglect the dentist, but after visiting here, I'm totally into being consistent and taking really good care of my teeth. EVERYONE on the staff was super helpful and nice. I felt like I was getting the BEST service at the BEST price possible. They remember your name and face and even the receptionist remembered me when I called last minute to move an appt. and got me in the very next week. They really take care of you here and there's no pressure. Dr. Lender and staff simply educate and encourage you just to take great care of yourself. So refreshing!! Trust me- you need to come see Dr. Lender!!
I love Dr. Lender!!! Dr. Lender and his team are extremely professional and personable. They definitely provide a comfortable atmosphere for your dental experience, maybe it's the overdose of compliments they paid me, but hell that's the kind of customer service I don't mind! He does do a good job and he works very gently with my teeth and was consistently checking to make sure I wasn't in too much pain as I was getting some deep cleaning done. I'll give them 5 stars. I highly recommend Dr. Lender as anyone's dentist!
If you don't have really good teeth from the beginning, if you develop a special way to talk and smile making your teeth hidden, if you cover your teeth when you laughing, if you never smile in photographs come to see me at "All Seacoast Dental".
I change the way you feel. If you are ready to create a brand new smile for yourself, call "All Seacoast Dental" office at (978)515-7804.
Porcelain veneers are a great solution for you. They may not be suitable for all patients, but they are an option for a variety of dental conditions, they are used to correct cosmetic issues such as broken or chipped teeth, gaps between teeth, crooked teeth, stained teeth, washed-out fillings, and permanently stained or discolored teeth.
Porcelain veneers are thin, custom made to match the size, shape, length and color of your natural teeth. They are bonded to the front of your existed teeth, look like your natural teeth, durable and stain resistant. Once you select their desired color, the veneers will stay this way, without color changes over time. Most patients wear them for at least 10-15 year before they need to have their veneers replaced. If porcelain veneers chipped or cracked they can be replaced any time.
Porcelain veneers cannot be used for patients with tooth decay, periodontal disease, heavy clenching, or severe misalignment of teeth.
Porcelain Veneers generally not Covered by Dental Insurance as porcelain veneers are considered a cosmetic procedure.
If you want to have a beautiful Hollywood smile don't spend months searching for the right dentist just call Dr. Julian Lender at (978)515-7804 to schedule a consultation. "All Seacoast Dental" is a right place to improve your smile.
Now you know a little bit about Porcelain Veneers. What happens at each appointment? I'll tell you in my next blog.
We all concerned about our appearance and smile is the best way to build relationships. Our dentists are here to help you. We love what we do, and we love helping people.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an infection of the tissues that surround the teeth. This disease starts with bacterial growth in the mouth, and if left untreated, it can lead to tooth loss.
There are two general types of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontitis. The main difference between gingivitis and periodontitis is that gingivitis is reversible.
During this stage of the disease, the gums may be red, sensitive, swollen and bleed during brushing. Other symptoms may include persistent bad breath, separating teeth or a change in bite. This early stage of the disease is typically treatable, and those experiencing these symptoms should visit a dentist right away.
When gingivitis progresses to periodontitis, treatment becomes much more complicated. Only your dentist and hygienist can perform periodontal treatment, which involves special dental procedures, and can require oral surgery.
Plaque is the main cause of periodontal disease. However, additional factors can also increase a person's chances of developing periodontal disease. Hormonal changes, medications, illness, poor oral hygiene, genetics and smoking are all contributing factors.
The primary way to prevent the onset of periodontal disease, reduce the impact of periodontal disease and prevent the condition from worsening is with proper plaque control. This includes professional cleanings twice a year, daily brushing and flossing, and the use of an antibacterial mouth rinse.
This video below describes Periodontal Disease and the treatments used by dental professionals.
Maintaining a Healthy Mouth It's not only a good idea for your own comfort and wellbeing, but for your loved ones' sake as well. If you have chronic bad breath that does not resolve with regular brushing, flossing, and rinsing, it could be a sign of a more serious problem such as gum disease.
Additionally, when your teeth and gums aren't healthy, it can make eating or even speaking more difficult due to pain and discomfort. Loose or missing teeth can impact your ability to enjoy your favorite foods and leave you feeling self-conscious about your appearance.
Likewise, if someone in your family has a compromised immune system or a history of dental problems, coming into contact with someone else who has periodontal disease could put them at increased risk. They may be more likely to develop an infection or other complications. There is also the risk that untreated gum disease may contribute to heart disease or heart attacks later.
Dr. Martin Urban recommend: If you have signs of gum disease including gums that are red, swollen, or bleed easily; teeth that are loose or shifting; receding gum line; or chronic bad breath, seeking treatment is essential. While a regular dentist can care for your basic oral health needs, a periodontist is specially trained in treating periodontal disease and issues with the soft tissue, bones of the mouth, and gums.
Early detection and treatment of gum disease can help prevent the situation from becoming worse and can improve your oral health. We will work with you on resolving current issues and preventing reoccurrences. With proper care, we'll restore your smile and you'll feel more confident.
Be proactive by brushing and flossing at least twice a day, getting regular checkups and cleanings, and seeing a periodontist if you are at risk for gum disease or it has already developed. Contact "All Seacoast Dental" today to schedule an appointment and make your oral health a priority.
Please call "All Seacoast Dental" office at (978)515-7804 if you have any questions. Thank you and we look forward to speaking with you!
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