Recently, we discussed the health effects of the dangerous eating disorder, Bulimia Nervosa. I want to share photos of real patients with you because the catastrophic effects of the acid regurgitation during the purging coupled with the carbohydrate and sugar exposure during the binging are hard to imagine. Thanks to advances in dentistry, we can help repair the damage caused by this disease, and, with the advanced cosmetic procedures offered at Dental Health and Wellness Boston, we can restore a beautiful smile.
At Dental Health and Wellness Boston, we understand that bulimia is difficult to overcome and recovery takes time. Mouthguards are used to reduce sports related tooth injuries.  They help to minimize the risk of broken teeth and injuries to your lips, tongue, face or jaw. The binge-and-purge cycles of bulimia not only negatively affect health, but cause severe damage to the mouth and irreversible damage to the teeth. It is said that the tooth structure can be weakened in as little as six months of purging; these photos represent closer to a decade of acid exposure. We offer a full array of services tailored specifically for patients suffering the effects of bulimia, and work with you to prevent further damage and restore your teeth’s structure and beauty.

My office provides a confidential, judgment-free zone and privacy is of the utmost importance. We recommend several products and regimens available at our office to repair dental damage and keep teeth healthy going forward. I want to help you understand the effects binging and purging has on your dental health and work with your medical and psychiatric specialists to help you overcome this disease and get you on the road to optimal health and wellness. As a member of MEDA (Multiservice Eating Disorders Association) and NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association), Dental Health and Wellness Boston is connected with professionals who have years of expertise with eating disorders. Fillings can only go so far to preserve your teeth and with a certain amount of decay it doesn’t make sense to fill them.
The problem is that now that tooth is no longer getting nourished by the roots, as they’re dead.
The tooth becomes brittle and it absolutely must have a crown over it to protect it from breaking when you chew. There’s a lot of pressure bearing down on teeth during chewing — those chewing muscles of yours are the strongest muscles in the body!

Pete is a big fan of technology, when it comes to crowns he chooses hand crafted crowns over those made by machines in dental offices.
Rather than have an assistant or himself make your crown, Dr Pete chooses to work with lab technicians who customize your crowns by hand so they look and feel natural. In-office dental crowns no doubt are functional, but Dr Pete prefers the fit and look of crowns made to order and sculpted and colored by hand.Hand-crafted crowns are put through a finishing process that customizes them fully to your mouth.
So you can get a custom look and fit for the same price as a machine made crown.Read What Some of Our Patients Say About Their Crowns:My crown for my front tooth looks great !

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