Category: Dental Associates of Moreno Valley

Preventing And Treating Tooth Decay

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A preventive attitude towards your oral health can help maintain a robust, beautiful smile throughout your life. By practicing behaviors that stop tooth decay in its tracks, you can avoid more costly restorative procedures down the line. To best protect your teeth, combine your daily brushing and flossing routine with regular visits to your dentist… Read more »

Introducing Your Child To Dentistry

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When it comes to taking care of your teeth and gums, the habits you learn early in life set the stage for your oral health. By introducing kids to regular dental visits beginning in infancy, they learn the importance of caring for their smiles. This is why we strive to provide a comfortable environment where… Read more »

Improving The Shade Of Your Teeth

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Are you wondering what options are available to help improve the shade of your teeth? When blemishes and stains affect the enjoyment of your smile, you can become quite disappointed. This individual change in appearance can give a more aged look that does not match your biological years. This common problem occurs when the food… Read more »

The Benefits Of Straighter Teeth

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If you have been thinking about seeking orthodontic correction for the position of your teeth, there are multiple options available from your local dentist. Knowing the benefits of each corrective appliance can help you more easily make the decision and receive the care you desire. What you will find is that while all solutions seek… Read more »

Maintaining Strong Gum Health

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When it comes to promoting healthy smiles, the health of your gums can be as important as that of your teeth. Your gingival tissues provide the vital connection between your jawbone and your teeth to hold them securely in place. When your gums are healthy, they also provide an important seal against oral bacteria from… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy Treats Infection

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A constant toothache that will not go away is not a problem you should ignore. When dental pain lasts for days, it may indicate an infection within the pulp of your tooth that requires professional treatment. Infections result when damage to your enamel from decay or physical trauma exposes the insides of your tooth to… Read more »

How We Help You Fight Tooth Decay

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Are you staying on top of your scheduled visits to the dentist’s office? If it has been a while since your last visit, remember that regular checkups and examinations are one of your best tools for preventing, detecting, and treating tooth decay. Regular attendance means removing the bacterial deposits that lead to cavities as well… Read more »

Valuable Dental Care For Your Kids

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Ensuring the long-term health and well-being of your smile begins when your first tooth appears! This means that regularly attending the dentist and practicing healthy oral hygiene is just as important for children as adults. When parents set an example by practicing healthy habits together with their kids, all members of the family reap the… Read more »

Innovative Solutions For Lost Teeth

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If you have recently lost one of your teeth, you know how frustrating its effect on your appearance can be. A new hole in your smile can garner unwanted attention and even alter the structure of your face. Because our teeth support the shape of our facial muscles, dental loss causes the face to sag… Read more »

Treating Damage To Your Enamel

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If you experience wear and tear to the surface of your teeth, it may be difficult to notice until years of damage accumulate. This can have an unflattering effect on your appearance at a relatively young age and also contribute to oral health problems. There are various factors for enamel erosion, such as acidic content… Read more »