Situated in Quincy, MA, within the dynamic landscape of Boston Massachusetts, we believe that dental and oral health constitutes a pivotal component of holistic well-being. The significance of this connection cannot be overstated—neglected oral hygiene may pave the way for dental cavities and gum disease, with potential far-reaching implications including heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. To safeguard against such risks, cultivating proper oral hygiene practices such as regular brushing, flossing, and mindful sugar consumption stands as an imperative shield against dental procedures and lingering health complexities.
Embracing a steadfast dedication to your well-being, we advocate for routine dental prophylaxis and oral examinations scheduled at least biannually. This meticulous attention to care underscores our commitment to maintaining not only your dental health but your overall vitality. Remember, nurturing a healthy oral environment is a daily pledge that reverberates throughout your well-being.
Crown is recommended when the portion of the remaining tooth has a failed large existing restoration, chipped, cracked or it has been damaged.
Bridge is recommended for the replacement of one or more teeth. A bridge attaches on one or both sides to teeth prepared with dental crowns.
Different materials are used for the fabrication of a bridge. One or more teeth could be
utilized to support the bridge.
Partial Dentures are used to fill in the space created by missing teeth to fill out your smile and improve function.
Complete Dentures are used to completely replace all your teeth and reestablish your function and esthetic.
The Resin-bonded fixed partial denture is the most conservative tooth-supported restoration. Usually leave the adjacent teeth next to the space with very little modification. It is truly a very conservative approach to replace teeth.
Fluoride is a natural mineral that develops strong teeth and prevents cavities. Fluoride application on teeth could be in a form of a highly concentrated rinse, gel, foam, or varnish. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends a professional fluoride treatment every 3, 6 or 12 months, depending on your oral health.
Dental sealants is a thin resin restorative material that is applied to deep pits and groves usually located on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth.
Sometimes regular and thorough tooth brushing cannot remove food and plaque from fine groves. Sealants will seal the groves and protect the vulnerable areas from tooth decay.
At Dr. John Cassis's dental practice, we firmly believe that quality dental care shouldn't be a luxury, but an accessible service for all. With this philosophy in mind, our office has made concerted efforts to collaborate with a variety of insurance providers to cater to our diverse patient base. We are pleased to announce that we accept most major insurance plans, including but not limited to Delta Dental, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Metlife, Cigna, Aetna, Guardian, Principal. This extensive insurance acceptance ensures that whether you're coming in for a routine check-up, a specialized procedure, or an emergency, your treatment can be covered without undue hassle.
We also understand that insurance can sometimes be a complex and daunting subject. Our dedicated administrative team is on hand to help you navigate the intricacies of your dental insurance plan, ensuring you fully comprehend the extent of your coverage, any potential out-of-pocket costs, and payment options. Additionally, for those unforeseen dental emergencies that require immediate attention, we are equipped to provide urgent care services, ensuring your dental health remains our top priority no matter the circumstances. At Dr. John Cassis's dental practice, we're committed not just to the health of your teeth but to the well-being of your overall dental experience.
We accept most insurance plans including:
DELTA DENTAL, BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, METLIFE, CIGNA, AETNA, GUARDIAN, PRINCIPAL AND OTHERS EMERGENCY SERVICES