Dental health

Foaming At The Mouth: Are You Brushing Right?

In this post from The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ, we look at specifics about brushing your teeth. One key to getting the most out of your toothpaste is getting plenty of foam when brushing. Working up a good foam is brought about by pre-wetting the toothbrush, then brushing at a 45

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The Yuma Dentist In Yuma Is Accepting New Patients

At The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ we are accepting new patients. This works both ways of course: if we’re seeing you for the first time, then you are seeing us for the first time. Rest assured, we are committed to excellence and to helping you maintain good dental health. It’s natural

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Afraid Of The Dentist? Let’s Talk About Sedation.

If you tense up just thinking about going to the dentist, you may benefit from sedation dentistry offered by The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ. Millions of Americans stress out when they have to see the dentist. It is referred to as dental anxiety. There is a more severe form, too, called

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Attack Of The Gummi Bear

At The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ, we never like to be the bearers of bad news, but we are devoted to our patients’ oral health. In this blog post, we offer an essential warning about a lesser-known danger of sticky candy. Most people know that sugar is not your teeth’s friend.

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For A Healthier Smile, Stop Doing This

Your teeth can last a lifetime. With a few daily precautions and regular checkups at The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ, you’ll go a long way toward making sure they do. If you do any of the following, we recommend that you stop: Chewing sugared gum all day. Cavities, a sore jaw,

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Be Glad We Have X-Ray Vision

During a dental checkup at The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ we do a thorough inspection of your teeth and gums. But visual inspections can’t tell us everything we need to know, which is why we take x-rays. For most patients, we update our x-rays once a year. They help us to

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How To Make Brushing Your Teeth A Habit

Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is one of the best things you can do to maintain good dental health. You’ve probably heard us say that more than once, at The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ. Not many patients like to admit it, but studies show that some people have

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Think You Know How To Brush? Think Again.

You’ve been doing it since you were five. You switch to autopilot morning and night and get it done. But The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ has a question: are you doing it right? We ask this in all seriousness. There is always room for improvement, even in something as basic as

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4 Reasons To Look For The ADA Seal

Here’s a word of advice from The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ: when you go to the store for dental products, be sure that what you choose has the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance. Here are four ways the ADA seal can help you make good oral care choices for you

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Gum Disease Linked To Alzheimer’s: Keep Those Gums Healthy!

Gum disease is a major cause of tooth loss, but it’s a treatable condition at The Yuma Dentist in Yuma and Fortuna Foothills AZ. Keeping your gums healthy is essential for your overall health, but if you need yet another reason to keep them in good shape we’ve got a doozy. Scientists have found a

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