Category: Riverside Dentist

Your Riverside Dentist Talks: Sounds And TMJ Disorder

If you let your Riverside dentist know that you are experiencing lots of sounds associated with your jaw joints, then you will be met with some helpful advice. We may also suggest that you quickly begin receiving TMJ disorder treatment as a means of alleviating the symptoms (the noises and more), so you can get… Read more »

Make Your Toothpaste Last: Your Riverside Dentist Helps

It’s easy to overlook little amounts of money you spend here and there. However, at the end of the month, you might notice that all of those little extra nickels, dimes, and dollars can really add up! What’s more, you may have experiences in which you feel like the second you purchase a new dental… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Discusses: Soda!

Are you familiar with the reasons you hear people say you shouldn’t drink so much soda? If you’re looking for a focused perspective, then you can certainly expect answers about oral health and soda from your Riverside dentist. Let’s review why it’s always best to avoid this particular beverage if you’re interested in keeping your… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Talks: TMJ Disorder Details

Did you recently type some of your symptoms into a search engine only to find that it might be TMJ disorder you’re dealing with? Has a friend mentioned that she thought she had TMD but it turns out she was really suffering from bruxism disorder? This can be a confusing topic to approach and is… Read more »

Your Riverside Children’s Dentist Reviews: Mouthguards

There are probably a lot of things that you do for your kids every day to ensure they are as safe as possible. When it comes to their dental care, you make sure they have the dental hygiene products they need, you check in on their brushing and flossing, and you offer them food they… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Answers: Uncomfortable Home Care Q’s

If you ever experience any type of oral discomfort, it’s best to come in for a visit. It’s generally impossible for us to know what’s going on with your smile, whether you need to make minor changes to your dental hygiene routine or if you require restorative care, etc., unless we see you. If you… Read more »

Can I Ignore a Missing Tooth?

When a front tooth is lost, we rarely hear our patient’s debate whether or not to have a restorative procedure such as a dental implant, to maintain their smile. But what’s wrong with ignoring a space when a back tooth is lost, due to accident or decay? The prudent action is to replace any missing tooth,… Read more »