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Tired of Dentures and Not Sure What You Can Do?

You’ve heard it since you were a little kid in the oversized dental chair—oral health is important. I don’t have to list the reasons, because your dentist has probably recited them all before. But, the idea that teeth are important—that teeth are powerful—is ancient and worldwide. In ancient Armenia, people used tools to modify and style teeth to distinguish powerful... read more »

Things That Can Damage Your Teeth

Are you involved in daily habits that put your teeth at risk? Did you know that there are things you can eat or do each day that can lead to severe pain or damage to your tooth enamel? Yes, it’s true! Your teeth are important and need to be taken care of properly. That is why it is essential to... read more »

Understanding Sedation Dentistry

Are you familiar with the effects of sedation dentistry and how it can influence your oral health? Sedation dentistry is a field of dentistry that is specifically designed to help calm and relax patients during their oral health care procedures. When visiting the dentist, speak with your dentist about your options for any treatments that you may need. Several options... read more »

Take Care With These Tips for Halitosis

If you have bad breath, then you are not alone. Foods and other conditions can cause your bad breath to linger and can be hard to overcome. There is much to understand about halitosis, which is why our dental team is happy to share some information with you. First of all, halitosis, also known as stubborn bad breath, is a... read more »

Better Smiles Begin with Dental Crowns

Just because a tooth is severely damaged, it does not necessarily need to be extracted. Even when many other treatment options have been exhausted, it may be possible to save a tooth with a dental crown. A dental crowns is highly reliable treatment option designed to cap and conceal a tooth teeth on all sides down to the gum line.... read more »

Bleeding Gum Care

If your gums tend to bleed regularly, then that is a sign that there is a bigger problem. In fact, persistent bleeding gums is a sign of gingivitis, which is the first stage of gum disease. It’s very important to care for your bleeding gums as soon as possible. That way you can have the top-notch oral health you deserve.... read more »

Dental Christmas Gift Ideas

Do you want to give your loved one a dental gift this Christmas? If so, good for you! Our dentists, Dr. Goggins or Dr. Aguirre are happy to hear that. The more strong, healthy, and beautiful smiles in the world, the better. To help you, they has some fun ideas that can make this task fun and exciting. Some dental Christmas gift... read more »

Dental Facts on Dental Floss

  If you have not already done so, it is important to visit your dentist for a routine check-up to determine if you're brushing and flossing techniques are being done effectively. Your dentist will be able to determine if you are accurately cleaning between teeth and using dental floss as intended. If for any reason you are missing any areas... read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on the Causes of Halitosis

Most individuals at some point in time in their life have experienced halitosis. Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is an oral health condition in which foul odors emanate from your mouth. Bad breath can be caused by bacteria and plaque buildup in your mouth, lingering food residue, oral health ailments, and deep underlying issues within your body. In order... read more »

Dentistry: from Ancient Days to Modern Times

The dental profession is one of the oldest medical professions around. There’s even evidence that it goes back to 12,000 BC, in which an ancient infected tooth contained remnants of a dental cleaning with flint tools. The first written text we know that mentions dentistry is from 5000 BC; in which a Sumerian manuscript describes “tooth worms” as the origin... read more »