Why Pediatric Dental Appointments are Important to Start at Age-One?

Many parents don’t realize that dental visits should begin much earlier than they think. Did you know your child should have their first dental exam by age one or six months after the eruption of the first tooth?  Further, they may question why this visit is important at such an early point in the child’s…

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Dr. Ana Dokova

Meet Our Dentists

Dr. Ana Dokova Pediatric Dentist Dr. Anastassia “Ana” Dokova earned her Bachelor of Science from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. From there, she went on to earn her dental degree from The University of Michigan. During her time in dental school, she received the Samuel Harris award for academic excellence in pediatric dentistry and oral…

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Dr. Kesleigh Eysie

Meet Our Dentists

Dr. Kesleigh Eysie General Dentist Dr. Kesleigh Eysie, a Massachusetts native, received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in nutrition. She then went on to earn her Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree (DMD) from Boston University where she received the Excellence in Digital Dentistry award. Dr. Eysie then went on to achieve…

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Sealants, What are They and Why are They Important?

Dental sealants have become the standard of care in cavity prevention, especially when it comes to permanent molars. Because of this some patients and families have questions concerning the entire process. Let’s talk about those concerns and questions such as, exactly what they are, how they work, and what to expect at your child’s sealant…

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Not all Fluoride is Created Equal

Did you know that not all fluoride is created equal? There are two types of fluoride, topical and systemic. Below we will discuss topical vs. systemic fluoride, and how it relates to your child’s individual needs. By definition, topical fluoride is fluoride that is beneficial when used on the surface (of the teeth which are…

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Flossing, The Key to Good Tooth Health

Did you know that if you’re only brushing and never flossing, you’re leaving 30% of the tooth surface uncleaned? Here are some of our best tips and tricks on getting that last 30%. Flossing is the key and the only way to effectively clean between two teeth that are in contact. Many parents think that…

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Westboro Orthodontic Associates

Westboro Orthodontic Associates It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform you that Westboro Orthodontic Associates will be soon closing its doors. Our last day treating patients at this location will be Monday, June 26, 2021. After this date, continuation of care will be merged into our other practices located in Westboro,…

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Introducing Our In-House Aligners!

Clear In-House Aligners starting at just $799! We have made in-house aligners affordable and available at our practice. Our own in-house aligners provide a great alternative to braces.  You may have heard of some other clear aligner brands like Invisalign and Smile Direct.  Our in-house aligners have several BIG advantages over these: Our in-house aligners…

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Why you should choose a pediatric dentist for your child

We talk a lot about how our pediatric dental practices make visiting the dentist more fun for kids, and we really do make it fun! However, there are actual medical differences between pediatric dentistry and general dentistry, and it’s important for parents to know why they are significant. Pediatric Dentists are specially trained to treat…

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Common Summer Dental Injuries

…and how to avoid them! Summer is a time when kids are very active outdoors, which we love!  In New England, we earn every minute of our summer outdoor time.  However, that increased activity level leads to an increase in dental injuries, including chipped and cracked teeth, dislodged teeth, jaw injuries, even concussion! The activities…

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