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Newton Dental Associates Releases a New Commercial

Dr. Anna Berik and Newton Dental Associates are proud to announce the release of their new commercial, focusing on Invisalign and cosmetic dentistry.

As one of the top dentists in Boston, Dr. Berik has dedicated much of her career to studying and perfecting clear aligner therapy in patients. Dr. Berik recently achieved Platinum Invisalign Provider status […]

Dr. Anna Berik Named to The Board of American Academy of Clear Aligners

Dr. Anna M. Berik of Newton Dental Associates has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Clear Aligners. The AACA is composed of dentists across North America, who believe in achieving beautiful smiles through tooth movement and Clear Aligner Orthodontic Therapy.

Dr. Berik is one of Boston’s Premier Cosmetic […]

By |January 16th, 2018|Orthodontic News, Recent News|0 Comments

Preventative Dental Care for the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us, meaning dinner and cocktail parties, games, and candies galore. Your teeth will undoubtedly be exposed to sugar, which means keeping your teeth clean is going to be more of a challenge and even more important as the season progresses. There are many ways you can keep your teeth healthy […]

By |November 30th, 2017|Recent News|0 Comments

What’s the Best Way to Eat Halloween Candy?

After trick-or-treating is over and candy is sorted and traded, you may be considering the healthiest way to go about consuming your goodies. Some dentists may give you advice that will surprise you: they may support eating candy at one time, rather than rationing out over days or weeks. Dr. Anna Berik recently spoke to […]

By |November 1st, 2017|Recent News|0 Comments

Maintaining Lifelong Dental Health

Proper dental health is encouraged in children, but maintaining correct brushing and flossing practices throughout your life can prevent significant issues later in life. Dr. Anna Berik recently spoke about this fact in the November issue of Boston Magazine. “I can’t stress enough how important it is to straighten your teeth for proper alignment,” she […]

By |October 27th, 2017|Invisalign, Orthodontic News, Recent News|0 Comments

The Importance of Preventative Dental Care

Preventative dentistry is key to maintaining a healthy smile, and helps avoid problems ranging from cavities to gum disease. In addition to regular dentist visits, there is a lot that can be done at home to protect your teeth. If you continuously follow proper oral hygiene habits from a young age, you can keep your […]

Dr. Berik Awarded 2017 Dentist of the Year!

Dr. Anna Berik, owner of Newton Dental Associates, recently attended the 2017 North America Invisalign Summit in Washington, DC. This summit is an Invisalign premier education event filled with sessions led by peers from leading Invisalign practices, special workshops, and networking opportunities attended by the best Invisalign dentists in the USA and Canada.  Dr. Berik […]

By |September 13th, 2017|Invisalign, Recent News|0 Comments

Teeth Whitening for the School Year

The school year is fast approaching, and with the school year comes several occasions for your child to be photographed: first day, picture day, school dances.  Your child may feel insecure about their appearance, particularly their smile. A quick solution to raise their self-esteem is teeth whitening. While there are plenty of over-the-counter products available […]

Things Everyone Should Know About Oral Health, Hygiene, and Going to the Dentist

Going to the dentist for regular cleanings and checkups is one of the most important factors of excellent oral health. Checkups can prevent and diagnose cavities, gum disease, root canals and oral cancer, among other ailments and procedures. Going regularly and detecting problems early also prevents conditions from worsening and requiring further intervention.

Did you know […]

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is caused by obstruction of the upper airway and involves episodes of paused or shallow breathing as you sleep, sometimes going between 20 and 40 seconds without breathing. The disorder has been linked to lower resistance to infection, depression and excessive fatigue, particularly during the day. When left untreated, OSA can […]

By |August 3rd, 2017|Recent News|0 Comments