Dental Tips for Super Bowl Sunday

Dental Tips for Super Bowl Sunday

On Superbowl Sunday, oral health typically won’t be the first thing on people’s mind. a few simple tips can keep dental damage to a minimum. Some foods commonly served at Super Bowl parties are harmless, but foods that contain a lot of acid, sugar and staining...

Teeth Whitening for Special Occasions in La Jolla

When you meet someone for the first time, what’s one of the first things you remember about them? Most will say it was the person’s face, but studies have suggested that it’s more specifically your smile that makes the most impact. In 2013, the creators of Invisalign...

Acid Reflux and Tooth Decay

Your body’s health is connected on a holistic level. For instance, diabetes is linked to gum disease. Gum disease is also linked to heart disease. There’s even a link between acid reflux and tooth decay. If you’ve ever had acid reflux, you’re aware how uncomfortable...

How to Have a Healthy Valentine’s Day

February is a month for Russel Stover’s chocolate and candy hearts. While Valentine’s Day candy is a good way to stoke the flames of love, it’s not so good for your dental health. It’s no secret that candy causes tooth decay. Cavity-causing bacteria thrive on sugary...