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Full Service Reading, MA Dental Office

46 Woburn St., Reading MA

Whether your dental needs are a complete exam and cleaning, a full-mouth restoration, or anything in between, we promise to provide you with exceptional care as we enhance the natural beauty of your smile. 

Monday – Friday: 8am – 530pm*
Saturday: 9am – 5pm*
Sunday: Closed

* Accommodations can be made before
or after normal hours -IF- you cannot make it
during those times.

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Dentistry Services Include...

Below are just some of the many procedures and services we regularly provide to our patients – with a gentle touch, and stunning results.  Your smile is our first priority, and we’ll give you something to smile about.

Cleanings & Prevention

It is very important for our patients to have a preventive program that aims to maintain the natural teeth and supporting structures by preventing dental diseases and conditions from occurring, advancing, or recurring. Regular dental check-ups, cleanings, and X-rays are key components of prevention. Additionally, treatments such as fluoride and sealants are highly effective in preventing dental problems and safeguarding the teeth.

It’s all about prevention so that you never need more complicated dental procedures!

Cosmetic Dentistry

Over the last ten years, there has been a significant surge in the demand for cosmetic dental procedures. It is commonly understood that a healthy, radiant smile can elevate our overall appearance and boost our self-confidence. With advancements in modern cosmetic dentistry, we can now enhance our teeth and smiles with painless, quick, and surprisingly affordable treatments.

Gum Treatment

The term “periodontal” refers to the tissues surrounding the teeth, including the gums and supporting bone. Periodontal disease is a condition that targets these tissues, causing inflammation and damage. Plaque, a combination of food particles, bacteria, and saliva, adheres to teeth and, if left untreated, can harden into calculus (tartar). When plaque and calculus accumulate, they can erode the gums and bone, leading to periodontal disease. Symptoms of the condition include bleeding, inflamed, and swollen gums.

Dental Restorations

Although the incidence of tooth decay has significantly reduced over time, thanks to the use of fluorides and heightened patient awareness, teeth remain vulnerable to decay, infection, and damage. When teeth require restoration, advancements in technology and techniques have allowed us to offer a broader range of options to restore their natural shape, appearance, and function.

One of the most common questions that patients ask is, “can you straighten my teeth.” Due to growing popularity of clear aligner systems such as Invisilign, orthodontic treatments, a branch of dentistry that fixes malocclusions, is more popular than ever with adults. In fact, more than 1.6 million American adults are getting orthodontic treatment. If you ever wanted to get your teeth straightened but were not sure about getting traditional metal and wire braces, ask Dr. Jang about Invisalign. Using an intraoral scanner, we can generate a 3D model of teeth and create series of clear trays that slowly move your teeth into ideal positions so that you can achieve the healthy, straight, and beautiful smile you’ve always desired.

Extractions & Implants

According to According to the American College of Prosthodontists, about 178 million people in the US have lost at least one natural tooth. Before the implants, options to replace natural teeth were limited dentures and bridges, which were more difficult to maintain.Decades of research showed that dental implants are long-lasting and effective solutions for missing teeth. Since the first dental implants replaced missing teeth almost 60 years ago, there has been constant innovation to increase functionality and longevity of implants. In recent years, development of digital dentistry has changed how we treat plan implants. At Wood End Dentistry, we use cone beam CT and intra-oral scanner so there are less complications and pain.  

Gum Treatment

We are all familiar with going to the dentist twice a year for a cleaning. When there is more extensive build up of bacteria buildup below the gum, you might need scaling and root planing, more commonly known as “deep cleaning”. Your gum is made of a complex combination of hard and soft tissue that is called periodontium that acts as a foundation for your teeth. Chronic inflammation of periodontium can lead to loss of teeth and pain. In fact, the National Institute of Health states that gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss among adults. If you have gum disease, Dr. Jang will remove all the bacteria and monitor the progression to ensure that it does not lead to more problems in the future. 

Root Canal

Endodontics, more commonly known as root canal, is probably the most dreaded procedure for patients. It is most commonly associated with pain and discomfort. This is not because the procedure itself is painful (as you will be numb for the procedure), it is because you only get the treatment when the tooth infected or the damage involves the nerve inside the tooth. The goal of the procedure is to remove all the nerve tissue from the tooth so that the tooth will no longer cause any pain or discomfort to you. Throughout the procedure, Dr. Jang will walk through each steps and make sure that you are comfortable.

Crowns and Bridges

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over a damaged or decayed tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and improve its appearance. Dental crowns are recommended in several situations. If the tooth that is missing a large amount of tooth structure is not restored with a crown, there is a chance that the tooth will crack and will need to be removed in certain cases. Crown and bridges can be fabricated in any natural color and shape that matches your teeth for maximum esthetics.

Pediatric Dentistry

In order to prevent dental problems, it is recommended by AAPD to have children go to the dentist when their first teeth are out. It is important to establish a relationship between the patient and the dentist early on so that the patient is comfortable coming to the dentist as he or she gets older. It is highly encouraged for the parents to ask questions about their kids’ oral health so that parents know what they expect and they reinforce proper techniques to maintain oral hygiene. 

Schedule An Appointment

There’s no time like the present to take care of your teeth, and your health!  So let’s schedule an appointment and take care of your teeth.