Category: Dental Associates of Riverside

Your Riverside Dentist Talks: Bad Cavity Decisions

When you have a cavity, it’s very easy to make either an outstanding decision or to make ineffectual decisions. Since the goal of your dental care is to keep your smile healthy, clean, and safe, your Riverside dentist thinks you probably want to make good choices. However, that doesn’t mean you can always differentiate between… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Asks: How’s Your Toothpaste Experience?

You’re not necessarily going to love the first toothpaste you purchase. Or, you may find that you like certain aspects of your toothpaste but not all of them. How to sort out your dental hygiene, so you can brush without cringing or feeling a wee bit angry toward the products you’re using? How to ensure… Read more »

Your Children’s Dentist Suggests: A Halloween Checklist

Are you ready for Halloween? Have you been wondering beyond the already obvious details (like not going overboard on the sugar consumption) if there’s anything you should do to make tonight and all Halloweens that follow a very safe and enjoyable experience for your little ones? Lucky for you, your children’s dentist suggests you take… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Says: No More Nail Biting!

You might be so used to biting your nails that it’s not really something you worry about too much anymore. Sure, you hide your fingers from time to time, so nobody can see the evidence of this habit. However, as for any other concerns, they may not have made it onto your radar. Your Riverside… Read more »

Kids Tips On Halloween: From Your Children’s Dentist

When Halloween is coming quickly, you may be getting in the holiday mood, stocking up on goodies to hand out to trick-or-treaters, and you may even be indulging in some treats for yourself! The good news for you is that you’re an adult and you know just how to manage sweets. When it comes to… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Suggests: 3 Things To Bring Into The Bathroom

There are some very obvious things that you should have with you in the bathroom if you are planning on protecting your oral health with dental hygiene. We hope and feel quite certain that you’ve already got a toothbrush (with soft bristles, of course), toothpaste, and dental floss in there. These essentials will allow you… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry: Why Choose Contouring?

When you’re doing your best to sort through all of the cosmetic dentistry treatments available to you, it’s easy to find yourself enamored with one particular solution. If that option for your grin has become dental contouring, you might feel like it’s something that could work for you (but you might not have many details… Read more »