Welcome to Lumiere Dental Spa

Proudly providing quality dental care to the community of Quincy, MA and surrounding areas. Feel free to browse our website for information regarding the dental services we offer. Thank you and we will see you soon!

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Our Goals list

  • 100%
    Patient Satisfaction
  • 100%
    Patient Comfort

Meet the Team users

  • Neda Hovaizi Owner & DDS

  • Neda Mohsenin, MS Operations Director

    read more…Neda Mohsenin, MSNeda M was a part of Lumiere as Operations Director, since the beginning. She and Dr. Hovaizi worked together previously in downtown Boston and she decided to join her on her venture to establish their dream; Lumiere-an office that delivers excellence in both dentistry and customer service. As Operations Director, Neda M. strives to provide high quality patient care, optimal satisfaction and understanding of dental treatment. She has been in the dental field for over 10 years and has gained knowledge in all clinical aspects of modern dentistry and was determined to expand her knowledge and experience the administrative side of a dental office. She works her magic in coordinating with insurance companies to help patients financially achieve their dental needs and dreams. In 2010, she obtained her Masters of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences in Miami, FL.×

  • Katy Zero, RDH Dental Hygienist

    read more…Katy Zero, RDHKaty grew up in Quincy and graduated from Northeastern University and Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists in 1989. Her interest in the dental field began when she was a child. Spending many of her "half-day" Tuesdays getting fillings, she became determined to learn how NOT to get anymore cavities. Of her 25 plus years in hygiene, 14 were spent working in pediatric dentistry, striving to help children enjoy their visits to the dentist.
    Even though Katy has been practicing longer than many of her co-workers, she feels there is always more to learn. She loves the opportunities to acquire new skills and techniques her position at Lumiere presents her.
    Katy enjoys American history and genealogy. She is a proud member of many historical descendants' associations, most notably The Daughters of the American Revolution. ×

  • Joyce Meneguel, RDH, CDA Dental Hygienist & Assistant

    read more…Joyce Meneguel, RDH, CDAJoyce joined the Lumiere team in 2012 but had been working with Dr. Hovaizi an Neda M. since 2010 in downtown Boston. She is a graduate of the Cape Cod Community College Dental Hygiene Program. Her favorite part about dental hygiene is being able to educate patients about oral health and patient interaction. Joyce enjoys music, loves to travel, and trying out new cuisines.

  • Juliane Da Rosa, CDA Dental Assistant

    read more…Juliane Da Rosa, CDAJuliane joined the Lumiere team in July 2012. She is a graduate of The Massachusetts Dental Society Dental Assisting Program in 2012 and has since then become a DANB Certified Dental Assistant. Her favorite part about dentistry is the transformation of patients’ teeth, their overall satisfaction over smile makeovers and helping people in general. Juliane enjoys music, playing the organ and giving music lessons in her church, singing, cooking and counting the seconds until she holds the new love of her life: her first born baby being born in August of 2015!!×

  • Pamela Anderson, CDA Dental Assistant

  • Farnaz Asha, CDA Dental Assistant

Services Provided layers

+ General Dentistry

General dentistry offers a wide array of services from preventative care to diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions, disorders and diseases affecting the teeth, gums and maxillofacial area of the body. We will work with you to develop a customized dental hygiene plan that incorporates dental examination, tooth cleaning, possible tooth scaling, X-ray and use of other diagnostic equipment to prevent, uncover or treat problems as early as possible.

+ Cosmetic Dentistry

An Overview of Cosmetic Dentistry A rapidly emerging field of dentistry is referred to as cosmetic dentistry. In cosmetic dentistry, the emphasis is on improving the patient’s smile through changing the appearance of the teeth and mouth. Many people view cosmetic dental practices as being elective treatments as opposed to necessary dental treatments but having a beautiful, engaging smile and feeling secure in one’s appearance can make people feel better about themselves and lead to a fuller, happier life. For an experienced Quincy cosmetic dentist, turn to the dental services of Dr. Neda Hovaizi. How Cosmetic Dentistry Works Cosmetic dentistry is the best way to improve your smile, whether you’ have missing or damaged teeth, gaps between your teeth, or your teeth have been discolored or stained. Your cosmetic dentist in Quincy will offer all of their services in their comfortable dental office; you don’t need to worry about being referred to additional specialists. This means Dr. Hovaizi will be overseeing and performing your cosmetic dental procedures in a manner that is convenient to your schedule. With state-of-the-art cosmetic dentistry procedures, Quincy cosmetic dentist Dr. Hovaizi will work to save as much of your existing tooth structure as possible. This saves you money, preserves your teeth, and eliminates the need for more invasive dental procedures. Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments There are currently many cosmetic dentistry procedures available. Among these are: - Composite Bonding- – Replaces the broken, chipped, and discolored parts of teeth through the use of a special composite material. - Dental Implants-– Used to replace missing teeth, dental implants are artificial tooth root replacements. - Dental Veneers- –Adhesively bonded to the surface of a tooth or teeth to cover gaps, cracks, and chips in existing teeth and also to improve the color of the teeth. - Inlays or Onlays- –Inlays are also called indirect fillings; they are a long-lasting type of filling that is added to teeth with tooth decay or other structural damage. - Teeth Whitening- –The most commonly recommended and practiced cosmetic dental procedure, tooth whitening removes stains on teeth; this cosmetic procedure can be performed at home or in your cosmetic dentist’s office. Choosing a Cosmetic Dentist in Quincy You may have many choices when you’'re seeking out a cosmetic dentist in Quincy. You shouldn’t make the decision lightly: these are your teeth and your smile and you need only the best cosmetic dental treatment. Search for a cosmetic dentist with years of experience, who believes in continuing education in their field, and who is able to provide referrals from previous patients who have undergone cosmetic dental procedures. After doing your research, you’'re going to select Dr. Neda Hovaizi, an experienced and talented Quincy cosmetic dentist. For more information on your cosmetic dental options and to schedule a consultation with Dr. Neda Hovaizi, please call our office today. We'’re looking forward to working with you to improve your smile.

+ Dentures

Though many advances have been made in the field of dentistry, loss of teeth is still an ongoing problem In the United States; 26% of adults between the ages of sixty-five and seventy-five have lost all of their teeth. Currently, there are a number of options available for people who have lost their teeth. One of the most versatile and affordable is a set of removable dentures. Standard Full Dentures: Standard full dentures are ones that comprise a full set of upper and lower teeth. This type of denture uses suction to stay in place. They are made of a pliable material which makes suction easy. However, it is for this reason that standard full dentures require routine visits to the dentist. Being pliable, the dentures are susceptible to shrinkage, thus creating an ill-fitting prosthetic that will result in the atrophy of the jawbone. Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are dentures that replace only a limited number of teeth, and not an entire set. Partial dentures are a single piece fitting that is supported by the remaining teeth and gums. They are much more secure than standard full dentures, and are more comfortable. Cosmetic Dentures: Cosmetic Dentures, as you can imagine, are made to look as natural as possible. Unlike standard dentures that use a heat curing process which leads to dentures that become ill-fitting over time, cosmetic dentures are made from a special acrylic base that eliminates the possibility of the denture shrinking and warping. Furthermore, some cosmetic dentures achieve a natural appearance through the use of implants. Implants are installed in the mouth so that the dentures have something to hold on to. The cosmetic denture will either rest on or snap onto the implant. This allows the denture to stay in place without the chance of it moving around, which makes the denture more comfortable than a standard one. The loss of teeth and some of the expensive treatment options available need not prevent you from continuing to lead a healthy and happy life. Removable dentures are a suitable course of treatment for many people. You deserve to give yourself the best treatment possible. If you live in or around Quincy and need a consultation for dentures, give us a call today.

+ Crowns

A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure. There are various types of crowns, ranging from full porcelain to full metal. Your dentist will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each kind for you. The process of making a crown includes a number of steps, beginning with preparing and taking impressions of the tooth/teeth involved. A temporary crown or bridge is then placed on your teeth. Meanwhile, the impressions are sent to the lab where a mold of the teeth is poured and the work begins. The completed work is sent back to the office. After inspection and any necessary adjustments, the crown is cemented onto your teeth. If you have any questions about dental crowns and bridges and you live in or around Quincy, give us a call today! Thanks to our CEREC machine, we can make crowns and veneers in a single visit.

+ Dental Implant Restoration

During the last 20 years, dental implants have become a desirable alternative to other methods of replacing missing teeth. Excellent success rates and a range of available options give dentists a variety of new ways to treat and replace lost teeth. Your dentist can evaluate your case and tell you if you are a candidate for dental implants. Structurally, a dental implant is a titanium-based cylinder that replaces the missing tooth root. After a period of time, other parts are placed on the implant to enable your dentist to eventually place a crown (cap) on the implant. Implants can also be used to support full or partial dentures, dramatically improving denture retention and stability. Most patients with adequate bone mass can have implants, although it varies among individuals. Typically an x-ray and CT-scan are performed to determine if you have enough bone to place the implant, as well as to verify the size and kind of implant that should be placed. Benefits of Dental Implants: When compared to fixed bridges and removable dentures supported by other teeth or gum tissue, implants offer numerous advantages: 1. Better esthetics: Since implants are placed in the gum similar to the way a natural tooth is supported, they offer a more realistic and natural look compared to other alternatives. 2. Reduction of bone resorption: When a tooth is lost, the supporting bone structure gradually recedes. Placing an implant in that empty space significantly reduces the speed of bone resorption and provides stability for this valuable tissue. 3. Retention: Patients who have experienced removable full or partial dentures know that keeping their dentures in place is always a challenge. Dental implants offer a great improvement to denture retention for all patients. In some cases the denture can be secured to a group of implants with special screws that stabilize the denture completely. 4. Preserving natural tooth structure: Often the preferred method of replacing a single missing tooth is a bridge. Bridges require extra preparation for the surrounding teeth to ultimately connect 3 or more teeth. This negatively impacts your health by making the task of retaining your teeth more difficult and by often requiring the destruction of existing tooth structure to create room for the new bridge. An implant is mostly an independent unit and does not negatively affect the adjacent teeth. Do you live in or around Quincy? For more information please call our office to schedule your consultation.

+ Teeth Whitening

Teeth stains are inevitable due to our consumption of a variety of foods and drinks (soda, spicy food, coffee, etc.). However, advanced teeth whitening technology has enabled dentists to whiten teeth without adversely affecting the tooth structure. Almost all whitening methods are similar in concept, but some are much more effective because of the way the whitening material is delivered to the teeth. Another contributing factor is the concentration of the material, which is why less potent over-the-counter whitening systems usually don'’t give patients the results they are hoping for. The two main methods of professional whitening are tray whitening and in-office whitening. In tray whitening, an impression is taken and a custom tray is made for the patient. Then, a supply of whitening gel is given to the patient and he/she wears the tray for a few hours each day (techniques differ) for a period of time until an acceptable result is achieved. Sensitivity of the teeth is a normal side-effect of this whitening method and is almost always transitional. On the other hand, in-office whitening is the most efficient means of whitening. There are a number of different types used but the process is very similar for these methods; you can have your teeth whitened in one session and achieve significant results. Your dentist can give you more detailed information and help you decide which method is more suitable for you and your teeth. If you have any questions about teeth whitening and cosmetic dentistry and you live in or around Quincy, give us a call today!

+ Porcelain Veneers

This is one way to quickly get that beautiful smile. Veneers and Laminates are a thin shell of porcelain or resin that is bonded to the surface of the teeth. This can change their shape, shade, and position to improve the cosmetics of your teeth and smile. They are also used to replace and restore any lost tooth structure where indicated. Your dentist will do a complete examination of your teeth to determine if veneers are ideal for you. Veneers often provide the opportunity to dramatically transform the aesthetics of your teeth and smile. Veneers can enhance the shape of your teeth, make your teeth as white as you want, and give you the smile you have always desired. Additionally, Veneers are bonded to your tooth structure, which gives them strength. Since they are very thin, Veneers are considered one of the most conservative cosmetic treatments available. Most of the time, very little or no tooth structure is removed before placing veneers. Ask your dentist how veneers can improve your smile. If you have any questions about cosmetic dentistry and dental veneers and you live in or around Quincy, give us a call today!

+ Root Canal

Every tooth consists of three different layers. The outermost and hardest layer is enamel, and the second layer is dentin. The third is pulp, which is the cavernous space where the live tissue and nerve of each tooth is located. If for any reason the pulp space is exposed to the outside, the tissue becomes contaminated and eventually infected. The exposure of pulp happens in many circumstances, such as when you have a large cavity or a fractured tooth. Your dentist can explain the exact reason for damage to this tissue. In these cases, the treatment is usually root canal treatment. Root canal treatment is the process of going inside the pulp space and removing the infected, dead tissue. The space is then disinfected and sealed with special materials. Nowadays, root canal treatments are performed with advanced techniques and materials, making them far more comfortable and faster. After root canal treatment is complete, your restorative dentist will usually place a crown on your tooth to safeguard against fracture. If you have any questions about root canal treatment and you live in or around Quincy, give us a call today!

+ Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

A very common condition and often times it is left untreated, leading to potentially life threatening conditions. OSA can increase the risk for other serious health problems such as high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, depression and impotence. The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) released a survey showing that snoring is adversely affecting Americans’ intimate relationships and overall health, and that oral appliance therapy may be the best solution. The traditionally prescribed treatment for obstructive sleep apnea is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. It involves sleeping with a face mask connected by tubing to a constantly running machine. Although CPAP is very effective, up to half of patients do not adhere to the treatment. Oral appliance therapy is an effective, non-invasive treatment option for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea that fits easily into your lifestyle. The oral appliance looks like a sports mouth guard and is worn only during sleep. It supports the jaw in a forward position to help maintain an open upper airway, preventing sleep apnea and snoring. Once you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea by a sleep physician, you can visit our office and we can fabricate the custom oral appliance. Oral appliance therapy is covered by many medical insurance plans. Patients like it because it’s comfortable, easy to wear, quiet, portable, convenient for travel and easy to clean. Schedule your consultation today!

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495 Sea St.
Quincy MA 02169
(617) 847-1400
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