Category: Oral Health

Due for a Dental Checkup? Here’s What to Expect

Avoiding your dental checkups will not lead you to good long term oral health. When you fail to take care of your teeth and prevent dental issues, the problems that are likely to develop will go far beyond a simple dental cleaning and checkup. A tiny cavity that might have been resolved with a filling… Read more »

Could You Be a Victim of Eating While you Sleep?

Eating while you’re asleep might sound like fodder for a situation comedy or cartoon. However, there is a small segment of the population that suffer from a sleep condition where they might indulge in a calorie-fest in the middle of the night, and have no idea because they are still deeply asleep. Nocturnal sleep-related eating… Read more »

Feeling Anxious about the Holidays? Corona Dentists Suggest a Spot of Tea

The holidays are supposed to be joyous, heart-warming, and fun. They certainly can be. However, they can also be stressful. Stress can lead to high blood pressure and heart disease. When you consider oral-systemic health (the connection between your mouth and body) you can start to connect the dots between stress induced health conditions and… Read more »

Corona, CA Dentists Wonder How Abrasive your Toothpaste Might Be

You have probably been squeezing toothpaste onto the bristles of a brush at least once a day (preferably twice) for as long as you can remember. Do you ever stop to think much about the toothpaste that you use? Some people stick with the same kind. Others switch it up depending on what’s on sale…. Read more »

Moreno Valley Dentists Discuss the Flossing of Young Teeth

Flossing is not just for grown-ups. Sure, you’re toddler or small child’s teeth may have big spaces between them. But it’s never too early to get them into the flossing habit. Their toothbrush cannot reach all of the nooks and crannies between their teeth, and as more and more of their primary teeth erupt, there… Read more »

Woodcrest Dentists Highlight the Importance of your Dental Hygienist

With a little luck and a little effort, the majority of your dental appointments in your life will be purely preventive. This means that you will merely be stopping in for about an hour to undergo a cleaning and examination twice a year. Provided that you’ve been keeping up with your oral hygiene and staying… Read more »

Corona Dentists Compare Cold and Canker Sores

It is not uncommon for people to confuse cold sores and canker sores. In fact, you might even run into people in the medical profession that believe they are just different names for the same exact thing. People who suffer with either of these irritating conditions on a chronic basis know how painful they can… Read more »