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What to Expect If You Haven’t Seen a Dentist in a While

July 22, 2021

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Has it been a while since the last time you went to the dentist for a cleaning or checkup? You aren’t alone. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), approximately 43% of Americans don’t see a dentist as often as they should. There are numerous reasons why you could’ve gotten off track, including dental anxiety, lack of insurance, or just being busy. Continue reading to learn what you can expect during your first visit back.


Fun in the Sun: Tips to Maintain a Healthy Summer Smile

May 25, 2021

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The time has finally come! The weather is getting warmer, the air is getting sweeter and vacation is just around the corner. It’s the perfect time to wind down and take a break—but not from your oral health habits.

Summer vacation may be a time for relaxation, but try not to neglect your teeth while enjoying your days off. Here are five summer oral health tips you can follow to keep your smile bright and healthy all season long.


Why You Need a Healthy Smile Before Getting Cosmetic Dentistry

April 28, 2021

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Man smiles at his Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist

Thanks to modern cosmetic dentistry treatments, it’s never been easier to get the beautiful, confident smile you’ve always wanted! However, when you see your Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist for a consultation, you may be surprised to hear that other oral health issues need to be treated first. Why is it so important that your smile is healthy before improving its appearance? Read on as we take a look at a few common oral health issues that could negatively impact your cosmetic treatment.


How Can Autoimmune Diseases Impact Your Oral Health?

March 4, 2021

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According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), scientists know about more than 80 different autoimmune diseases. Even if you are not a scientific researcher, you probably are familiar with some of these chronic conditions. For instance, arthritis, type 1 diabetes, and multiple sclerosis are all autoimmune diseases. What you may not realize, however, is how some autoimmune disorders can negatively impact your oral health. Keep reading below to learn more.


How Gum Disease Can Lead to Heart Problems

February 5, 2021

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woman holding a red love heart for American Heart Month

It’s February, which means it’s the time of year to appreciate the people you love. As you treat your sweetheart, though, don’t neglect your own heart! Your heart is a powerful muscle that keeps you alive, so it deserves to be taken good care of. Believe it or not, maintaining good dental health can keep your heart in good shape. Oral health problems, such as gum disease, have been linked to cardiovascular complications. Since February is American Heart Month, now seems like the perfect time to discuss how keeping your heart healthy starts with caring for your smile.


What Does Your Dental Insurance Plan Cover?

December 8, 2020

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confused woman wondering what her dental insurance plan covers

About three out of every four Americans have some form of dental insurance, according to the National Association of Dental Plans. However, many people aren’t quite sure how dental insurance works. As a result, they often end up paying much more than they need to for their treatments. In order to make the most of your benefits, it helps to learn about the basics. Continue reading as a dentist breaks down some important dental insurance terms and what you can expect your plan to cover.


How to Stop Bad Breath in Its Tracks

September 29, 2020

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Woman covering mouth

Have you been struggling with bad breath? So do a lot of other people. Approximately 80 million Americans are suffering from chronic halitosis that usually originates from the tongue or the gums. Even though it is incredibly common, bad breath can be frustrating to deal with and even embarrassing when you have to speak to others. Fortunately, there are many different steps you can take to reduce halitosis and prevent it from even occurring in the first place. Continue reading for some helpful tips from your dentist.


Can A Brighter Smile Help You Land a Better Job?

August 10, 2020

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Confident man in suit smiles after teeth whitening in Beverly Hills

Everyone wants a beautiful smile that they’re proud to show off. However, a dazzling set of pearly whites can improve your quality of life in numerous ways. From boosting your self-confidence to changing how others perceive your personality, your smile plays a huge role in nearly every aspect of your life. In fact, studies suggest that a brighter set of pearly whites can help you land your dream job, while less-than-stellar teeth can end up hurting your chances of professional success. Read on to learn how teeth whitening in Beverly Hills can help you advance your career with a beautiful smile.


Safety First: 4 Common Questions from People Who Are At-Risk for COVID-19

May 15, 2020

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At-risk patient being treated at Beverly Hills dental office

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many people being as cautious as possible, especially if they are considered to be at a higher risk of catching the disease than others. People who are at-risk for developing severe symptoms from the virus need to make sure that they are social distancing and practicing excellent hand hygiene as much as possible. Because there isn’t yet a cure for the coronavirus, many at-risk people have questions about what they should be doing to stay safe. Fortunately, your Beverly Hills dental office has answered 4  of the most common of these questions.


Are Sensitive Teeth a Dental Emergency During Quarantine?

March 11, 2020

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Pained woman touches her face after eating ice cream with sensitive teeth

Tooth sensitivity can be an annoying, uncomfortable, and inconvenient symptom, especially if your dentist is currently only taking dental emergencies because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, there are plenty of easy ways you may be able to treat this troublesome situation at home during quarantine until their office reopens. However, sensitive teeth are sometimes a warning sign of a larger oral health issue that requires immediate care. Your Beverly Hills, CA dentist explains how to tell if your tooth sensitivity can be treated at home or if it needs urgent dental care right away.

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