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… Read more »
Category: Preventive Dentistry
When one of our patients is about to undergo a procedure like a root canal, filling, or crown placement, or even more substantial care, then anesthesia is issued to ease discomfort. However, many people often feel nervous about his aspect too! To help limit the discomfort of treatment, and of the administration of a numbing… Read more »
BIOLASE® is an advanced laser system that provides comfortable alternatives to treatments that traditionally involve surgery and scalpels. With the use of this impressive new technology, Dr. Naminik is able to provide residents of the Woodland Hills, CA area with superior dental care, often without the use of sedation!
One of the first things most of us learned as children was how to take care of our smiles with good dental hygiene. Those lessons hold true well into adulthood; however, over time, we may become less diligent in our hygiene routines every day. At our Woodland Hills, CA, dental office, helping patients improve their… Read more »
You’ve heard it a million times, we’re sure. You need to have your teeth examined and cleaned regularly, preferably at least once every six months. But why? Also, what should our Woodland Hills, CA, patients expect from these preventive procedures? Find out in today’s blog post!
We want to ensure our Woodland Hills, CA, patients enjoy a comfortable experience at our office. In order to ensure this, we offer dental anesthesia. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the unique option we employ, Single Tooth Anesthesia (STA).
Often, our Woodland Hills, CA, patients that brush and floss regularly assume that routine homecare makes checkups and cleanings unnecessary. However, even if you care for your smile at home as you should, you still need preventive visits. In today’s blog, we’re talking about the importance of these routine visits.
Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, impacts millions of Americans. The disorder causes people to stop breathing for brief moments during the day, preventing them from obtaining the deep, uninterrupted rest needed to stay alert and active during the day. But what causes sleep apnea and how do we treat the disorder?
A clenched jaw might be something we associate with a person dealing with stress, but you might be surprised to know people may habitually grind their teeth without realizing it! A person with a habitual problem of teeth grinding at night may wake up with pain in their face, neck, and jaw, with no clear… Read more »
Are your gums red, sore, or bleeding? If so, you may be developing periodontal disease. Gingivitis is the earliest stage of periodontal disease and can be reversed, but once you develop full-blown periodontitis (the severest stage of periodontal disease) there is no reversing it. Periodontal disease, also referred to as gum disease, is the major… Read more »