Maintaining your healthy smile begins with brushing and flossing at home. Your at-home oral hygiene is supported with regular trips to your dentist’s office for cleaning and examination. These visits combine to prevent the buildup of plaque and treat the presence of tartar that lead to tooth decay. At your Riverside, CA dentist’s office, we… Read more »
Category: Dental Cleaning
Have you struggled with tooth decay, or have you managed to keep your smile free of harmful cavities to date? Some people have a harder time than others avoiding cavities. In some cases, individuals who have successfully avoided them can reach a point in their life where they seem difficult to prevent. A person’s relative… Read more »
You may have noticed that we are pretty diligent about getting you to schedule your next six-month visit. While you probably recognize how clean and comfortable your mouth feels after your cleaning, you may not realize why we encourage you to schedule your dental cleanings like clockwork. True, one of our main priorities is ensuring… Read more »
Fluoride is a naturally occurring compound which is derived from the element of fluorine. This mineral occurs naturally in water, air, and some foods. Fluoride treatments are a common element of dental care for children, and have been so for a long time. Though teeth are naturally strong, adding another compound into the mix can… Read more »
dentists at the Oasis Family Dental can highlight what to expect at your next dental cleaning.
at the Oasis Family Dental recommend cleanings and checkups every six months. If you’re feeling nervous because it’s been so long, we’ll fill you in on what to expect.
at Oasis Family Dental challenge you to a quiz on soda and your teeth. Questions Q1. True of false – Approximately 48% of Americans drink soda every single day. Q2. True or false – Sugar-free soda is just as bad as regular soda. Q3. True or false – In the 1950s, soda cans were the… Read more »
You might think that if your teeth are straight and white, your smile is in perfect shape. This may very well be true, but looks can be deceiving. It doesn’t take tooth pain or a visible problem to necessitate a visit to the dentist. You should visit your dentist every six months for dental cleanings… Read more »