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We've rebranded! Southcoast Smiles is now Perfect Smiles! Expect the same excellent dentistry under our care, and enjoy the new look.

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3 Ways Same-Day Crowns Improve Your Smile

Getting a dental crown in Westport, MA or Seekonk, MA has never been easier. Perfect Smiles has invested in new technology to make getting a crown faster, more convenient, and even pleasant. So, instead of spending a few visits at the dentist, we can provide same-day crowns in about two hours. A crown restores a tooth that has had a deep cavity, root canal, or major cosmetic problem. We’re ...

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Correct Crooked Teeth with Clear Orthodontics

Do you have crooked teeth that are destroying your smile? Most of us have a few flaws in our smile that we’d like to change. But when it comes to orthodontics, patients often don’t want to deal with the hassle of traditional braces. If you need clear orthodontics in Westport, MA or Seekonk, MA, Perfect Smiles can provide elite and subtle orthodontic options that will fit into your lifestyle. ...

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Welcome To The Perfect Smiles Blog! [BLOG]

Welcome to the updated website – and new blog – for Perfect Smiles! Our two offices in southeastern New England serve Seekonk, MA, Westport, MA, and nearby communities too. We encourage you to check our blog often for news on dental trends, family dental care tips, and more. If you have any questions about what you read here or would like to make an appointment, call the office most ...

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Dental Sealants

What are Dental Sealants? The sealants that we apply in our office are BPA-free resin material applied to the chewing surface of molars, premolars and any deep grooves of teeth where most tooth decay occurs. A sealant protects the tooth by sealing these deep grooves, creating a smooth, easy to clean surface. Teeth with sealants are at a far less risk for getting a cavity. What is the ...

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What is Periodontal Maintenance?

Do you wonder “What is the difference between a regular cleaning and periodontal maintenance?” These two procedures are quite different and are performed for different reasons. Periodontal Disease is a condition, meaning that it cannot be completely cured, but it can be controlled. A regular cleaning involves removing plaque and tartar on the tooth above the gum and around the gum line. ...

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Radiation and the Safety of Dental X-Rays

It is not unusual to have concerns about getting dental x-rays done. Being draped with a lead apron can make anyone nervous. However, the benefits from having dental x-rays completed outweighs the risks with following safety protocols and only taking the necessary x-rays that are needed. Dental x-rays are used by our Doctors and team to evaluate decay, bone loss from periodontal disease, ...

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