1. Can You Bring Back The Natural Color Of Your Teeth?

    When it comes to dental health, one of the most common questions is if you can still bring back the natural color of your teeth. Is there a way that you can treat it at home? Are there any dental procedures that your dentist can do? Fortunately, we will be answering these questions for you. Little d…Read More

  2. How Does Sedation Dentitry Works?

    How Does Sedation Dentistry Works?

    Dental sedation is used to help patients relax during dental procedures. Usually, patients are awake except those who are under general anesthesia. The sedation levels used include the following. Minimal sedation - Awake but relaxed. Moderate sedation - The patient may have slur words when speaking …Read More

  3. Cosmetic Dentistry: Understanding Porcelain Crowns

    Porcelain crowns are tooth-shaped "caps" placed over a tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and improve the overall appearance. Once cemented into place, it can fully encase the entire visible portion of the affected tooth lying at the above of the gum line. In this article, we will help you …Read More

  4. Dental Health Emergency San Jose CA

    Dental Health Emergency: Here’s What You Need To Know

    Any mouth trauma or accidents that cause extreme bleeding, lacerations to the gums, and fracture teeth may require immediate dental health emergencies. Regardless of the cause, mouth injuries can cause long-term effects that may be harmful to your oral health and other serious complications. In time…Read More

  5. How to Floss Your Teeth? Marisa Walker DDS, Menlo Park

    Dental floss is an essential part of any oral hygiene. However, you have to make sure that you do it right. Dental floss will help you clean and dislodge food stuck between your teeth to reduce the number of bacteria and plaque in your mouth. We all know that plaque build-up contributes to cavities …Read More

  6. What is the Correct Way to Brush Your Teeth?

    Regular brushing and cleaning between your teeth are necessary because plaque gets eliminated. If you don't remove it, there could be a build-up that can induce deterioration of the tooth and gum disease. Brush your teeth at least two times every day and renew your toothbrushes every 3 to 4 months o…Read More