Root canals certainly aren’t anyone’s idea of a good time. According to the American Association of Endodontists, 59% of people are afraid of getting a root canal. This fear is more common than the fear of public speaking, spiders, and being trapped in an elevator. Fortunately, there are a variety of different steps you can take to reduce your chances of needing a root canal in Covina, including using your preventive coverage to keep your teeth in good shape. Continue reading to learn which steps you can take in order to keep your smile healthy.(more…)
October 21, 2020
August 9, 2020
No one ever thinks that a dental emergency will happen to them. Unfortunately, one out of every six Americans will be faced with one every year. Because these situations are fairly common, it helps to be prepared before worst comes to worst. You should know which dentist you’re going to call before an emergency strikes. To make that process easier, here are four factors to consider when searching for an emergency dentist in Covina.(more…)
June 23, 2020
While initially you were able to convince yourself the pain was dismissible, the past few days have caused you to reconsider. What was once a minor discomfort has turned into a chronic, sharp pain that is even making eating your favorite meal an unpleasant experience. It’s time to face the music: you need to do something about your tooth.
However, in the current pandemic, it can be difficult to know whether you should use an at-home remedy or schedule a same-day dentist visit. Your emergency dentist in Covina shares the difference between urgent vs. non-urgent dental problems.
April 29, 2020
Due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic, people are currently more conscious of their health and hygiene than ever before. Unfortunately for many people, they are still neglecting their oral hygiene, and are increasing their risk of contracting the virus by doing so. To combat this and help you avoid getting COVID-19, here are five oral hygiene tips from a dentist.
February 26, 2020
More than three million Americans currently have at least one dental implant, and that number is expected to increase by about 500,000 every year. There’s a good reason that dental implants are exploding in popularity: their incredible longevity. But just how long can you expect them to last? How can you take good enough care of them to maximize their lifespan? Continue reading to learn all about the longevity of dental implants in Covina.