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Reopening May 26, 2020 May 18th, 2020

GREAT NEWS! RE-OPENING ON MAY 26TH! We hope this update finds you and your family in good health!   We all have been through a lot in the last 2 months.   As always we remain committed to your health and well-being.  Infection control has always been a top priority for our...

Message to my patients with an update Mar 17th, 2020

To my family of patients Over the last few days many organizations, including the CDC, the California Dental Association and the American Dental Association, have called for increased social distancing to help contain the Coronavirus. We have been advised to eschew all elective dental procedures at this time. Therefore, my...

Coronavirus and Dental Treatment message to my patients Mar 14th, 2020

  A Word To My Patients Concerning Coronavirus and Dental Treatment:  We are all concerned about COVID-19 more commonly known as coronavirus. The world seems consumed with the potential spread of this virus and there are suggested actions that can be taken to minimize the risk of infection.  We wanted...

Coronavirus and Dental Treatment Mar 14th, 2020

A Word To My Patients Concerning Coronavirus and Dental Treatment:  We are all concerned about COVID-19 more commonly known as coronavirus. The world seems consumed with the potential spread of this virus and there are suggested actions that can be taken to minimize the risk of infection.  We wanted to...

Dentures- An evolving prosthetic option Oct 29th, 2019

Dentures- An evolving prosthetic option For decades, conventional dentures have provided function, esthetics, and for many without teeth, self-esteem.  However, challenges facing patients and dentists alike have caused a high interest in remedies for common complaints concerning dentures. Conventional dentures are acrylic plates that are secured by anatomical features, saliva,...

So why is sugar soooo bad for you?  Oct 4th, 2019

So why is sugar soooo bad for you?   As it pertains to the mouth, the bacteria there “eat “  the sugar and give off acid, thus making cavities.   So it stands to reason that if you reduce the tooth borne bacteria and/or the sugars you will reduce cavities.  It’s really...

What is Periodontal Disease? Dec 26th, 2015

PERIODONTAL DISEASE: WHAT IS IT? While many may think that cavities are the only condition that affects the oral tissues, there is a progressive condition that affects specifically the gums, and often the bone surrounding the teeth. This condition is known as periodontal disease. HEALTHY GINGIVA In healthy gum tissue,...