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NEDG Opening New Londonderry Office

Our team at New England Dental Group is expanding with a new office in Londonderry, NH! This will be the seventh location for our practice, offering patients another convenient office from which to choose. Just as patients have come to expect from our other locations, our space in Londonderry will be operated by highly trained dental professionals who are committed […]

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NEDG Opens New Office in New Hampshire

The New England Dental Group team has expanded to a sixth location! As part of our commitment to providing convenient and high-quality dental care, we have opened a new office in Windham, New Hampshire. Our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Margarita Panajoti, and her team have been thrilled to welcome new and existing patients to the new space at 1 Delahunty Drive, […]

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Our Downtown Boston Office is Now Open

We are thrilled to announce that as of July 9th, 2021, our new dental clinic in downtown Boston is officially open! Located at One Milk St., Boston, MA, this marks the fifth office for our team at New England Dental Group, which provides current and prospective patients in the area with high-quality care in a convenient location. Similar to our […]

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Dr. Panajoti Interviewed by WCVB on Masks & Oral Health

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, wearing face masks has become commonplace for many individuals. While masks are important for staying healthy right now, they can also have a negative effect on certain habits that help us maintain good oral health. In an interview with WCVB Channel 5 in Boston, Dr. Margarita Panajoti explained that face masks are […]

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New Office to Open in Downtown Boston

Our dentists and staff at New England Dental Group are excited to announce a fifth office will be opening for our practice this year! We are known for providing comprehensive dental care to the Marlborough, Southborough, Wilmington, and Worcester areas, and come spring 2020, you can also find us in Downtown Boston! With the opening of our fifth location, you […]

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New Dental Imaging System Offers Increased Precision

As part of our mission to provide superior dental care, our team at New England Dental Group is pleased to announce that we have added the GALILEOS® dental imaging system by Sirona to our line of advanced technology. Used for diagnosis and planning treatment, GALILEOS® takes a 3D x-ray of your mouth and jaw in a matter of seconds. This […]

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How Do CEREC Crowns and Lab-Made Crowns Differ?

When dental damage or decay requires a more significant restoration than deep cleaning or a filling can provide, a crown may be utilized to protect the beauty and function of your smile. At New England Dental Group, our experienced dentists are trained in the most advanced dental technology and techniques available, which includes the CEREC® One-Visit Crowns. There are a […]

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How Can Porcelain Veneers Help My Smile?

As a cosmetic dentist, I try to give each of my patients at New England Dental Group a smile that instills a sense of pride and confidence. Even seemingly minor tooth imperfections can significantly impact a person’s self-image. If you find yourself thinking about a cracked or chipped tooth each time you smile, porcelain veneers can restore your teeth with […]

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How to Help Preserve Teeth Whitening Results

Among the various cosmetic dentistry treatments available for enhancing your smile, teeth whitening may be the simplest way to transform your look. At New England Dental Group, our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Margarita Panajoti, performs Zoom!® teeth whitening as a way to brighten teeth up to eight shades whiter. However, while this in-office treatment can provide beautiful results, the whiteness is […]

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Dental Occlusion: What is it, and Why is it Important?

You may have heard one of our dentists, or perhaps a dentist elsewhere, allude to the word “occlusion” at some time or another, yet you may not have known exactly what the term meant. In dentistry, occlusion refers to the way in which the upper and lower teeth approach and/or make contact with each other. To put it simply: It’s […]

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