1. How Do I Care for My Infant’s Teeth?

    How Do I Care for My Baby's Teeth? Good oral care starts from the beginning of your child's life. Even before his or her first teeth emerge, certain factors can affect their future appearance and health. For instance, tetracycline, a common antibiotic, can cause tooth discoloration. For this reason, they should not be used by nursing mothers or by expectant mothers in the last half of pregnancy. S…Read More

  2. Happy New Year Family and Friends

    We hope the holidays were filled with family, fun and great memories in the making. We here at Dr Walker and Yarborough’s office had festive activities during the holiday season. A lot of you helped us by voting for your favorite Pumpkin and Christmas wreath. We also want to thank those who helped us with our can food drive. We collected 80lbs and brought it to San Carlos Second Harvest Food Ban…Read More

  3. Diastema (Gap Between Teeth)

    What Is It? A diastema is a space or gap between two teeth. It appears most often between the two upper front teeth. However, gaps can occur between any two teeth. A mismatch between the size of the jaw bones and the size of the teeth can cause either extra space between teeth or crowding of teeth. If the teeth are too small for the jaw bone, spaces between the teeth will occur. If the teeth are t…Read More

  4. Steps to Straight Teeth

    Choosing Invisalign® clear aligners is an important decision, so we suggest taking the time to follow these three steps. Take the Free Smile Assessment This first step is a quick and easy way to gauge whether or not Invisalign treatment will fit your needs. It’s free and can be completed in just a few minutes. Locate Invisalign Doctors in Your Area, and Schedule a Consultation Use our Find a …Read More

  5. Mobile Dental Clinics Help Reduce Long-Term Oral Disease

    Gum disease and dental carries are the most common problems in oral health among the US population. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that 47.2% of adults over the age of 30 years suffer from untreated gum disease. Additionally, the ADA has noted that 26.5% of adults age 19 to 64 years, and 16.7% age 65 years and older, live with untreated tooth decay. Not only are th…Read More

  6. Invisalign Made For Teens

    Made For Teens Your teen is unique. Their treatment should be, too. That’s why Invisalign® clear aligners use the most advanced technology to uniquely design a treatment around your teen to reveal their best smile. Plus, your teen is 2x more likely to have higher self-esteem* throughout treatment when compared to braces, giving them a better overall experience. Proven effective in shaping teen…Read More

  7. Health Buzz: Sparkling Water Is Safe for Your Teeth, Dentist Says

    By David Oliver Chances are you or someone you know prefers sparkling water like trendy La Croix over tap or still mineral water. Whether it's the allure of the fizz or dissatisfaction with the run-of-the-mill beverage, people flock to what's more exciting. But does this excitement compromise the safety of your teeth? In short, the answer is no. That's according to Dr. Edmond Hewlett, a profess…Read More