Visit us at our new office and location:
The Dental Group at Post Office Square
We have exciting news! Our dental practice and entire team have relocated and merged with The Dental Group at Post Office Square, our new name. Only one block away, the building is at 3 PO Square, on the corner of Milk and Congress Streets with the entrance between CVS and Dunkin’ on Milk. Please call Bobbie or Dayane at (617) 742-1350, if you need assistance or directions.
Your Reputable Boston MA Dentist
Our goal is to consistently provide our patients with a positive and pleasant dental experience that exceeds their expectations. We believe this can be achieved by:
- offering a personalized service with close attention to detail
- promoting the highest ethical standards
- treating our patients with dignity and respect
- educating our patients about the benefits of a healthy smile
- establishing rewarding, long-term professional relationships with our patients
- making you look better and feel more confident about your appearance!
Building a foundation of trust by treating every patient as a special individual is vital to our success. We truly believe that we can make a difference in providing a life-changing, positive dental experience. We are dedicated to providing uncompromising, personalized care and attentive service to make every patient’s visit as comfortable and pleasant as possible. Our reputation has established our practice as one of the best in the Boston area for almost 35 years.
Our Dental Services
At Jack B. Share, DDS, we are happy to provide comprehensive dentistry for patients of all ages. From preventive and restorative services to cosmetic treatments and implant dentistry, our team meets a range of dental needs.
Regular preventive care, including a six month checkup and cleaning, help your teeth and gums stay healthy. But when decay or damage occur, we come to the rescue with services in restorative dentistry. Minor decay is beautifully restored with tooth-colored fillings, and crowns and bridges repair or replace seriously damaged or missing teeth. We also replace several missing teeth with removable full and partial dentures as well as dental implants. Dr. Share is highly experienced in performing extractions and root canals, too.
Once you have a healthy smile, cosmetic dentistry treatments help your teeth shine. We are happy to improve patients’ smiles with teeth whitening, cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers, and Invisalign. Learn more about what’s possible with your teeth with cosmetic dentistry!
After tooth loss occurs, dental implants are the next best thing to your natural tooth. They are tiny titanium posts that take the place of your missing tooth’s root. The titanium gradually fuses with the jawbone -- and the result is unsurpassed stability for the crown, bridge, or removable denture that is placed on top. Dr. Share can evaluate your oral health to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for dental implants.
Learn more about our full list of services and schedule an appointment at Jack B. Share, DDS today!
Do you have questions about dentistry? If so, please don’t hesitate to contact our office. We are always ready to help with any of your specific concerns. However, we also know your schedule is busy, or you may like to do your own research beforehand, which is why we’ve included the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions below. Read on to learn more!
How do I get emergency dental care?
If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, your first step is to contact our office by phone. While we do allow patients to request appointments online, calling us is always a quicker option. Plus, we can walk you through exactly what’s going on and what to do next. If your emergency is life-threatening, like a jaw fracture, or a deep facial wound, contact an urgent care facility for medical attention. Any other dental issues like chipped, cracked, or lost teeth should be addressed at our office because we have the proper instruments and experience to repair your smile.
How do I find the best place to get dental work done?
Before beginning your search, it’s important to think about what it is that you’re looking for. Do you need a dentist for your children? Or maybe a cosmetic expert to transform your smile? Once you’ve thought about the types of dental services you may need, you can start searching for the best dentist for you. Check out your potential dentist’s insurance policy, technology, location, hours, and any other factors that are significant to you. Last but certainly not least, read their reviews! There is no substitute for unbiased opinions from past patients, which is why you should make sure your dentist has 5-Star reviews.
How much does it cost to get a tooth pulled without insurance?
The cost of a tooth extraction will depend on numerous factors, including your oral health and your location. In the US, the average fee for a tooth extraction is between $150 and $400. Keep in mind that there may be additional fees if there are complications or issues when removing the tooth. Plus, wisdom teeth extractions will usually cost more because they require the specialized service of an oral surgeon.
What do you do if you can't afford a dentist?
Dentistry is all about prevention, which means that as long as you visit a dental office twice a year for routine appointments, and care for your teeth on your own, you can avoid more costly treatments. Plus, dental insurance will usually cover these regular visits. However, those without coverage can often benefit from in-house membership plans and alternative financing options. There are also low to no cost dental clinics in some cities, which can be easily found with a google search.
What level of education is required to be a dentist?
All dentists in the US must have received either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) from one of the 67 Accredited dental schools. Typically, to get accepted into one of these schools, you must have high grades in math and science subjects. Dental school is made up of 3 years of classroom and hands-on learning. Additionally, dentists can go on to earn a specialization recognized by the American Dental Association, which requires even more training.