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When was the last time you brought your little ones to see the dentist? Routine dental care is essential for protecting young smiles from tooth decay and other common dental health issues. To treat children’s smiles, we offer the latest in pediatric dentistry. Help your children enjoy improved oral health in 2015 with regular dental… Read more »
The sweet treats of the holidays are over and it’s just about time to welcome in 2015. For those of you feeling a bit gloomy about saying goodbye to your favorite treats of the holiday season, give yourself one last hurrah by baking up a batch of eggnog truffle cups with a recipe from TasteOfHome.com…. Read more »
The rush of the holidays is over and it’s finally time to ring in the New Year. When you’re celebrating with friends and family, making sure everyone feels a little extra special when the clock strikes midnight is the quintessential factor in achieving a successful celebration. In addition to the traditional glass of champagne, consider… Read more »
Have you put off discussing cosmetic dentistry at the dental office because you are afraid your teeth require too many treatments? Some patients find that to address all of their aesthetic concerns, a variety of cosmetic treatments may become essential. Fortunately, we offer porcelain veneers at Dental Associates of Corona for the dramatic smile transformation… Read more »
Like most parents, you probably look at your child’s smile and wish you could protect it for life. While dentists have not yet discovered an invincibility potion, dental sealants may offer the next best option for protecting your little one’s hard-to-reach teeth from tooth decay. If you have been considering this preventive treatment, think over… Read more »
Did you know that the enamel coating our teeth is the hardest substance in the human body? Despite the strength of our teeth, they aren’t immune to damage. A broken tooth can be a serious risk, exposing the inner dentin and pulp to bacteria and increasing the risk of decay or an infection. Fortunately, there… Read more »