Posts Categorized: Dental Health Issues

What Does November Mean For Your Smile?

Yes! It’s November! If you’re doing a happy dance because this means you’re so much closer to sitting down to an extraordinary holiday meal (and that twinkling lights and lots of beautifully wrapped presents are just around the corner), we certainly understand. Of course, as dental professionals, our Rancho Cucamonga, CA team also reminds you… Read more »

4 Brushing Categories To Check Right Now

You know that there’s more than one aspect of your tooth brushing to consider, when you’re taking the time to reflect on the smile care you perform at home. However, when you get down to attempting to reflect on how well you’re doing, you might find creating a personal progress report is somewhat difficult! If… Read more »

Oral Health Care: 3 Things To Prioritize

As you consider what it means to practice your best dental care to keep your oral health in tip-top condition, it likely occurs to you that you’re really going to need to prioritize the details. A free-for-all when it comes to brushing, flossing, visits, and more will likely backfire, causing you to fall behind on… Read more »

3 Important Things To Consider: Your Bad Breath

There are some seriously important things you’re going to need to consider if you are dealing with bad breath. Not the type of breath issue that comes from eating a powerful tasting pepperoni pizza, the seasonings of which seem to linger with you for longer than expected. Instead, our Rancho Cucamonga, CA team is talking… Read more »

How To Know You Need New Toothpaste

At this point, you have probably gotten very good at knowing just when you need a new toothbrush for your dental hygiene! However, something that may have continued to escape you even up until the present moment? You may not know how to know whether it’s time for new toothpaste! While this may be a… Read more »

Gum Recession: Who Cares?

You hear that you should really be careful to avoid gum recession. Then, if it happens to you, you’re told to stop everything and completely review your approach because this is bad news for your oral health! Of course, being the dedicated dental patient that you are, you have no problem with this! However, you… Read more »