It must feel like we are faced with challenges all year long with all the different holidays that have such sweet, delicious treats associated with them. Wasn't it just Valentine's Day? According to the National Confectioners Association, Americans spend more than...
So what exactly is plaque? Well, according to Wikipedia, plaque is: a biofilm or mass of bacteria that grows on surfaces within the mouth.
Happy Presidents’ Day! Hopefully you all had a restful weekend full of relaxation and fun with family and friends.
In honor of Presidents’ Day, we wanted to share a little known secret about one of the most famous presidents of all time: George Washington.
I’m sure when you think of diamonds, it’s likely that your first thought doesn’t go to your dental health.
Dentistry from the Heart (DFTH) is a worldwide nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free dental care to adults and children in need. Every year, thousands of individual dentists, hygienists, and volunteers in hundreds of practices across the world donate their time and resources to host their own DFTH events.
It’s around this time of year when everyone is starting to prepare for their New Years’ Resolutions. They may resolve to start exercising, eating better, or staying more connected to their friends and family.
It’s that time of year again! Every time the holidays roll around, many of us are often tempted to overindulge on all those sugary sweets.
One of the most common worries when getting a cleaning is, “I hope I don’t have any cavities!”
What exactly is a cavity and why do we get them? A cavity is a hole in the tooth caused by tooth decay. Tooth decay is a result of not caring for your teeth the way you should.
Our most recent Dentistry From the Heart event was a success! Thank you to everyone who attended and helped out and we look forward to seeing you again at our office in Moorpark in March 2016! See pictures of the event below! The line of patients waiting to get...
Dentistry has come a long way since the wooden teeth of President George Washington and even the ivory teeth from the 1700s carved from animal ivory. Due to the constant studies being conducted in the field of dentistry, researchers have discovered a strong connection...