Category: About the Office

About Sugar: What Your Riverside Dentist Wants You To Know

Your Riverside dentist knows that you probably have some ideas about the connection between sugar and your oral health. If you’re of the mind that this very sweet ingredient is bad for your smile, then our Riverside, CA team cannot exactly argue with you on this. However, we also want you to recognize that there’s… Read more »

Stop Your Cavity From Taking Over Your Life! 

If you neglect to do anything about a cavity that’s present in your smile, you may know better than anyone that it can really start to take over a part of your daily life. Of course, our Temecula, CA team is well aware that this isn’t something anyone wants to deal with. So, what’s the… Read more »

Fulfilling Changes For Your Smile: From Your Corona Dentist 

Did you know that with just a single change or two, you can turn your dental care routine at home into something that’s much more fulfilling? Since you may find yourself on autopilot or simply feel like you’re missing details that could really help (but you’re not sure how to begin investigating your options), our… Read more »

Wow! Restorative Care Looks Natural?

Your Riverside dentist knows that the second you learn you require any type of dental care, from cosmetic to restorative dentistry, one of your first worries is how it’s going to impact your smile’s appearance. Will it look fake, you wonder? Is it going to be extremely obvious? Fortunately, our Riverside, CA team is here… Read more »

See Your Moreno Valley Dentist When…

As you likely already know, you are invited to call our Moreno Valley, CA team and come in for a dental visit for absolutely any dental care concern that crops up in your life. However, we also know that this doesn’t necessarily offer you the specific guidance or foundation you need in order to feel… Read more »

Your Riverside Dentist Says: Stop Only Treating Symptoms

You may not realize when you have a sore in your mouth and you put pain relief ointment on it, feel better, and then assume all is well that you’re not actually fixing a problem. Instead, you’re only treating the symptom (which is the pain) but you’re not actually curing the heart of the issue… Read more »