Preventative Care, San Jose Dentist

Be A Breath Of Fresh Air This Holiday Season

It’s the season to get together! Do you always avoid one family member because their breath stinks? Or do people avoid you? Either way, nobody wants to be “that” person at gatherings. As time goes on, people don’t forget who the culprit is. Don’t let it be you! Typically, we all wake up with bad… Continue reading Be A Breath Of Fresh Air This Holiday Season

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Dental Health, Pediatric Dentistry, Preventative Care, San Jose Dentist

How To Sort Your Kids Halloween Candy

When you think of October, what comes to mind? Fall, pumpkins, or Halloween… Did you know that its National Dental Hygiene Month? It was created to increase awareness of the importance of oral care to your mouth and body. The Daily 4 Brushing Flossing Rinsing Chewing You’ve heard it before, brush twice a day. For… Continue reading How To Sort Your Kids Halloween Candy

Dental Health, Life Hacks, Preventative Care

How Green Is Your Dental Routine?

 Go green for Earth Day! In 1970, 20 million Americans rallied in streets, parks, and auditoriums for a sustainable environment. Later Gaylord Nelson, a Wisconsin Senator created Earth Day. After the first Earth Day, the United States Environmental Protection Agency was created. Every April 22nd Earth Day is celebrated worldwide. We’re focused on global warming… Continue reading How Green Is Your Dental Routine?

oral care, Preventative Care, San Jose Dentist

Neglecting Dental Care is Madness

Are you feeling lucky? Do you think you can fill out a perfect March Madness bracket? The odds are 1 in 9 quintillion. March Madness is known for last second game winners and unexpected wins. Games will have your heart beating quickly and have you on your feet to see what’ll happen next. We all… Continue reading Neglecting Dental Care is Madness

Gum Disease, oral care, Preventative Care

4 Risk Factors of Gum Disease to Discuss with Your Dentist

Have you ever had something caught in your teeth for days? It’s likely because it was lodged deep between a tooth and your gums. That gum tissue is what keeps our chompers in place. There are three stages of gum disease and all are treatable. The mild form of gum disease is Gingivitis. This is… Continue reading 4 Risk Factors of Gum Disease to Discuss with Your Dentist