Hello – and welcome to the site of South Shore Dental Care, the #1 dental clinic in Holbrook and the surrounding area! On this page, you’ll find out everything you need to know about the general dentistry services we offer. If you’re looking to improve the overall health and appearance of your teeth, you’re in the right place!
(And if you’re looking for periodontal, orthodontic or surgical services, simply use the menu above to find what you need.)
Without a dentist’s help, it can be impossible to identify problems like plaque, caries, tartar and oral cancer. For this reason, it’s recommended that you get regular check-ups once or twice a year, no matter how healthy you feel you are. To find out more about our check-up services, click here!
Mouth Guards for Children & Adults
We offer sports mouth guards that protect children and adults from physical trauma sustained during contact sports and other activities. We also offer night guards that can help resolve snoring, bruxism and even sleep apnea. To find out more, click here!
When one tooth’s missing or damaged, it’s easy to repair or replace it. But what do you do when an entire row of upper or lower teeth is missing – as is the case for 40 million Americans today?
Our recommendation is that you look into dentures, which can either be removable or permanent. The latter kind can use a mere 4 implants to hold an entire mouthful of replacement teeth; to learn more, simply click here.
Tooth Contouring and Shaping
If you want to drastically alter the shape of your teeth, you can get veneers – but what if you just want a slight correction? In that case, you’re better off using contouring and shaping to gently alter the appearance (and size) of your teeth. (Learn more here).
Fluoride is one of the critical minerals that’s found in your teeth. If you don’t have enough of it, your teeth will lose color, health and structural integrity. This is why you may want to get fluoride applications from a medical professional. Details here.
Your molars and pre-molars have deep grooves that are highly susceptible to tooth decay (caries) and the build-up of bacteria and food particles. These grooves are a problem waiting to happen, especially for kids – which is why sealing them is an increasingly popular option. To learn more, click here!
If you have tooth decay or caries, you’ll eventually have to remove the decayed portion of your tooth. Afterwards, it’s best to fill it up to ensure the structural integrity of the tooth and prevent further deteriorating. This is done using fillings, which you can learn about here.