Three things to Expect During Your Dental Visit

Horizontal shot pleased dark skinned female with Afro haircut, points away with both fore fingers, shows blank space for your promotion, isolated over blue background. People, advertisement conceptWith the holidays finally here and Thanksgiving just around the corner, many families are preparing for their family gatherings. The holidays mean delicious comfort food, enjoying each other’s presence, and kicking back and relaxing. While it is a time for rest, one thing that you do not want to become too lax on is your oral health, and the holidays are the time of year that cavities like to make themselves known. Even though it may seem like there is little harm in delaying your routine preventive visit until after the New Year, it could actually be detrimental, which is why your Vista, CA dentist at Melrose Dental Arts wants to let you know about the importance of attending your routine checkup, and three things you can expect from it.


Don’t Be Vulnerable To Cavities This Thanksgiving!

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When you eat a lot of foods high in sugar and starch, this is a recipe for tooth decay. Unfortunately, this describes many of our Thanksgiving favorites! While the holiday will be very different this year due to the pandemic, that doesn’t mean you won’t be enjoying your usual favorites. In today’s blog, your Vista, CA, dentist will look at what you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy.


Are You Brushing Your Teeth The Right Way?

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We all know we need to brush our teeth, and most of us do! However, as dental professionals, we know that many people don’t brush long enough, or may not do so properly, which means despite your best efforts, your smile could still be at risk of developing cavities or gum disease. In today’s blog, your Vista, CA, dentist will explain how to brush your teeth the right way.


What Happens After I Break A Tooth?

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When you break a tooth, even if the injury is a minor chip or crack, then you need to seek emergency dental care. In today’s blog, your Vista, CA, dentist explains how we treat injured teeth and restore them, and what you can do to limit discomfort following your dental damage. After all, you should never ignore a dental emergency, even if it appears minor at first glance!