Our doors are now open for more than just emergency care! We can finally offer residents of Woodland Hills, CA, and surrounding communities general and preventive care, such as a routine checkup and cleaning. In today’s blog, we’re going to focus on these visits and how they help ensure better overall oral health, limiting the risks of issues like tooth decay and gum disease.
We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. As of May 18, 2020, we will be open for all services (essential, non-essential, and cosmetic). As we begin providing dental care to our patients again, we are examining the physical measures we have always taken in our office to protect the health and safety of our patients and team.
Do you have serious pain in your smile that doesn’t subside, but only seems to grow more severe? If so, then you could potentially have an infected or abscessed tooth. Treatment is crucial for avoiding the complete loss of your tooth as a result of an infection. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist looks at how we restore smiles with root canal therapy.
When we don’t take proper care of our smiles, they could become susceptible to periodontal disease. At the moment, we can’t offer professional cleanings. However, there are steps you can take from home to protect your smile until your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist can see you again. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the warning signs of trouble, and how to protect your gums!
At the moment, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist can’t provide cosmetic treatments, as we’re only offering emergency care for patients in our community. Which means your teeth could develop discoloration. In today’s blog, your dentist talks about how a few simple steps can stop teeth stains and help people maintain a bright smile.
This is a stressful time for many of us. Some have been furloughed, others are concerned about heading into work and contracting COVID-19. Many families are also struggling to homeschool their kids too! All this stress could lead to a number of issues, including a higher risk of bruxism. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist talks about avoiding bruxism, and how to stop grinding your teeth.
Since you’re staying inside, boredom could potentially lead to more snacking. For many of us, snacks are rarely healthy and people often turn to comfort foods in stressful times, like candies or chips. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist looks at healthy food choices that are delicious, and provide essential vitamins and nutrients for your teeth!
We’re currently closed to preventive and cosmetic treatments, but our office is still serving residents of Woodland Hills, CA, who need emergency treatment. Along with chipped or cracked teeth, emergency situations could also involve aching teeth, as pain in one or more of your teeth could mean you have a cavity or infection that needs attention!
Many people in our Woodland Hills, CA, community are practicing social distancing and staying home when possible to help protect members of their community from COVID-19, or Coronavirus. But just because you’re staying at home doesn’t mean you need to neglect your smile’s health! In today’s blog, we’re talking about what you can do to protect your smile from home.
When we injure our teeth, this leads to more than just initial discomfort and negative changes to your smile’s appearance. This damage could also mean a greater risk of tooth decay and even infected teeth! If you’ve broken a tooth, then talk to your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist about possible repair, including lifelike crowns and cosmetic dental bonding!