Generations Dental Care Blog

Healthy Gums and Happy Smiles

August 14, 2017

woman receives dental cleaning for healthy gumsPeriodontal (gum) disease is the leading cause of tooth loss for US adults. Some studies indicate that this prevalent oral health condition effects as much as 80% of the adult population over the age of 35. Unfortunately, many cases of gum disease go undiagnosed and untreated for years. This can lead to negative effects such as bleeding gums, receding gum line, teeth that shift out of alignment, and chronic bad breath. At Generations Dental Care, we partner with patients to prevent these adverse oral health effects, ensuring healthy gums and teeth. When we aren’t able to stop gum disease before it begins, we provide a wide variety of periodontal therapies to put the smiles back on our patients’ faces. If you’d like to find out more about periodontal disease and the treatments available for our patients, please call our friendly team to schedule an appointment today.

Dental Implants in Concord: Best Tooth Replacement Option

September 7, 2016

Dental implants in Concord restore oral function and looks after tooth loss. Read how these innovative prosthetics work at Generations Dental Care.

Only the Best

That’s what you’ll receive from Dr. Christopher Binder and his associate dentists at Generations Dental Care. Experts in a wide variety of preventive, restorative and cosmetic dental services, these dentists love placing dental implants for qualified patients in the Concord area.


Enjoy Concord, NH Cosmetic Dentistry Service

June 26, 2015

158554263Our cosmetic dentists and specialists can provide you with the aesthetic dental results you’re looking for at an affordable price. First-rate care and our understanding of your needs are important to getting you the smile you have always wanted. Drs. Christopher Binder, Michael Hochberg, Victor Stetsyuk, and Albert Binder will make every possible attempt to accommodate your schedule, concerns and financial needs as we work with you to transform your smile. Our cosmetic dentistry and implant dentistry services are the best in Concord, NH.


Crowns and Bridges from Generations Dental Care

October 27, 2014

164144314When a tooth is missing, whether because of extraction for severe decay or traumatic injury, the space vacated must be filled in order to maintain proper alignment of the remaining teeth. If teeth become misaligned, this can lead to a bad bite, gum disease or temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ. To avoid all of this, there are crowns and bridges. At Generations Dental Care in Concord, NH, our dentists create functional and natural-looking crowns and bridges to complete your smile and keep your mouth healthy.

Crowns, also known as caps, are most commonly used to completely cover a damaged tooth. In the case of crowns and bridges, however, a crown is placed over the teeth that are on either side of the missing teeth. These crowned teeth anchor the bridge that spans the space where teeth are missing. Attached to the bridge is the replacement tooth, or pontic, that fills the space of the missing tooth.

How are Crowns and Bridges Made?

Your dentist at Generations Dental Care will first need to slightly reduce the size of the anchor teeth in order to prepare them for crowns. Then, an impression is taken to make an exact mold for the crown and bridge. While your custom-fitted crown and bridge is fabricated in the dental lab, you will have a temporary replacement to cover the prepared teeth and open space. Then, when the permanent crowns and bridge are ready, the temporary is removed and the permanent crown and bridge is cemented into place. To ensure the longevity of your crowns and bridge, proper daily brushing and flossing is imperative. Also, see your dentist at Generations Dental Care for regular check-ups at least twice per year.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you have a missing tooth, then don’t wait for the consequences before deciding to take action. Call our office today for an appointment with one of our qualified dentists. Generations Dental Care serves patients in Concord, NH, as well as the surrounding areas of Canterbury, Hooksett, Pembroke, Loudon, Bow and Manchester.

How Can Dental Implants Restore and Revitalize Your Smile?

July 10, 2014

shutterstock_46186261There are many reasons that a person may be missing one or more of their permanent teeth; disease, an oral injury, and necessary extractions are common culprits. If your smile is incomplete for any reason, it is important to replace your missing teeth as soon as possible. At Generations Dental Care in Concord, NH, our team of experienced, highly-trained doctors offers an all-encompassing selection of restorative dental services to help you reclaim your smile, including dental implants.

Benefits of Dental Implants

A dental implant is comprised of two primary components: a tiny, biocompatible titanium post and a custom ceramic crown that looks like one of your natural teeth. The implanted post serves as an anchor for your new restoration, allowing you to enjoy a gorgeous smile that looks and feels as if you’d never lost a tooth at all.

Dental implants offer a huge variety of benefits, both aesthetic and functional. In addition to helping your smile look its best once again, dental implants effectively replace the roots of your lost teeth for unparalleled structural stability. When you lose a tooth, the jaw bone beneath the gum tissue begins to lose density. This can lead to the loosening or complete loss of additional teeth as well as visible changes to the shape of your face.

Dental implants help to stimulate the jaw bone, preventing it from deteriorating further. Your replacement tooth is durable, long-lasting, and fully functional. Your smile will look fantastic, and you’ll love the fact that you’re able to eat and speak with complete, natural comfort.  

Enjoy a Complete Smile Once Again

Whether you are missing a single tooth or you are in need of replacements for an entire arch, the doctors at Generations Dental Care are here and ready to help. Contact our office in Concord, NH today to schedule your consultation with our team. We can’t wait to show you how much more comfortable and confident you’ll feel with your newly rejuvenated and restored smile! Our state-of-the-art practice also serves patients from throughout the surrounding areas, including Loudon, Epsom, Pembroke, Manchester, Hooksett, Canterbury, Penacook, Hopkinton, Bow, and more.

Restorative Dentistry for Concord and Beyond

February 17, 2014

restorative dentistrySometimes our smiles need extra help. For that there’s restorative dentistry. With restorative dentistry, your dental team at Generations Dental Care in Concord can help you improve how your smile looks and, more importantly, how well it works.

A functional smile is important for enjoying a healthy diet and for talking and smiling. When your smile isn’t everything it could be, your oral and overall health can suffer. So can your self-confidence. Generations Dental Care will work with you to produce amazing results that improve oral and overall wellbeing, and boost your confidence at the same time.

Our restorative dental services include:

Regardless of which service you need, our Concord dental office is committed to a conservative approach. The goal of conservative dentistry is to preserve as much of your natural smile as possible. To figure out which of our conservative services are right for you, we’ll assess your needs and then explain exactly which options are right for you. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask. We want to give our patients all the information they need to make an informed decision.

Has an accident, injury, decay, or disease made it necessary for you to seek restorative dentistry? Call Generations Dental Care today for an appointment with one of our doctors. We see families from all over the greater Concord area and surrounding communities, including Penacook, Bow, Canterbury, Chichester, Pembroke, Manchester, Hooksett, Boscawen, Epsom, Hopkinton and Loudon.

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