When we think about how we eat and how that affects our oral health, we tend to focus on very recognizable sugars. Candy and soda seem to be the obvious culprits for cavities. And while that is all well and good, there are issues that arise with seemingly much more innocuous foods. Today, your Newhall,… Read more »
Category: Preventive Dentistry
Every year, we set out to utilize the spring as a way to refresh our lives. We spruce up our homes and our cars, and even start to think about whipping our bodies into shape for the pool. But why not start with a teeth cleaning? After all, your friends and your family certainly see… Read more »
A dental emergency means you have dental damage and discomfort that needs immediate attention. Otherwise, complications could arise down the road, like tooth decay or even an infected or missing tooth. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist talks about how to ease your discomfort and when to see our team for treatment.
The end of 2021 is only a few weeks away, which means if you haven’t had a checkup visit in the previous six months, then you should give us a call. A checkup twice a year is essential for keeping smiles healthy and strong. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist talks about how we… Read more »
The holidays are fun, but with them comes tons of sugary treats and starch-rich foods. Which means a greater risk of cavities in the weeks and months after the holiday season. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist talks about what your family can do to enjoy good oral health throughout this season!
If you have dental insurance, or if you have a health savings account, then throughout the year you have benefits or accrued savings you can use for treatments. Without use, they will expire at midnight on December 31st. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist talks about using them before you lose them!
When you have an imbalanced bite, this could lead to the onset of TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. To avoid discomfort, then our team could recommend a comfortable and noninvasive solution. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist will explain how we improve bite function and balance with TMJ treatment.
Did you know that plaque and tartar buildup on your smile could irritate gum tissue and increase the risk of gum disease? To protect your smile from periodontal disease, your Newhall, CA, dentist can help prevent the onset of gum disease, or manage it successfully, with a dental cleaning procedure.
You know that regular care is necessary for kids and adults alike to maintain good oral health, but how often should you stop in to see your Newhall, CA, dentist? In today’s blog, we’re looking at the benefits of our checkups and cleanings, and why you should see us for one about once every six… Read more »
Last week, we looked at how to brush your teeth the right way, and how this helps protect your oral health and smile beauty. In today’s blog, we would like to focus on a more important step for ensuring proper oral hygiene from home. Your Newhall, CA, dentist will explain how to properly floss your… Read more »