Category: Riverside Dental Group

Are You Putting Enough Effort Into Periodontal Care?

If you are committed to keeping your smile completely intact, you should take your periodontal health seriously. Problems with gum disease can lead to several difficulties, including the destruction of tissues that keep teeth in place. People who struggle with poor periodontal health can lose a tooth, or multiple teeth, as that attachment loss occurs… Read more »

Tips For Keeping An Injured Tooth Safe Before Treatment

If you injure your tooth, it can be hard not to feel some urgency when it comes to seeing your dentist. Fortunately, you can schedule emergency dental treatment to take on issues related to dental damage, pain, or even tooth loss! Our Riverside, CA dentist’s office can bring you in to evaluate the matter, provide… Read more »

Are You Worried That Cavity Treatment Will Hurt Your Smile?

Ignoring a cavity puts your smile and oral health at risk. As it continues to grow, the cavity will damage more of your tooth structure, and eventually cause further trouble by affecting the inner chamber of the tooth. At this point, you can experience problems with pain and sensitivity, swelling, and run the risk of… Read more »

Will You Be Able To Trust A Dental Bridge To Stay In Place?

It can be exciting to begin the process of restoring your incomplete smile. Once you receive your dental prosthetic, you should be able to smile, speak, bite, and chew with renewed confidence and comfort, particularly if you receive an appliance that is permanently set in place. However, you may have some concerns about the appliance’s… Read more »

Setting An Emergency Appointment For Severe Tooth Pain

If your tooth is not physically injured, why would it feel sore or sensitive? Potentially severe tooth pain can result from an issue with an untreated cavity. As that cavity continues to cause problems for you, the pain can reach a point where it feels difficult to manage. At our Riverside, CA dentist’s office, we… Read more »

What Keeps A Tooth Safe After Cavity Treatment?

The frustrating truth is that once a cavity forms, your tooth will experience permanent damage. This is why prevention is such an important aspect of oral health – there is no way to reverse the harm done once decay makes restorative dental work necessary. With that said, you can limit the harm done by acting… Read more »

Oral Health Support At An Early Age Can Have Lasting Value

What challenges do kids face when it comes to preventing oral health problems? Kids can have a harder time making smart, smile-friendly diet choices, which can raise their risk for cavities. They can also struggle because they are less informed on the benefits of a healthy smile. While parents are directly involved with caring for… Read more »