Monday, November 18, 2019

Throwback Toothday: Dental Did-You-Knows


Did you know that no birds in existence today have teeth?

Join us as we celebrate 160 years of driving dentistry forward by taking a trip through the ADA’s video archive.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Should I Brush Before or After Breakfast?


Dr. Pereslete answers the question of 'is it better to brush before vs. after breakfast?', and explains the reasoning behind his answer.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Regency Dental Promo Video



If you have suffered from bad dental experiences, ask about oral sedation. It can ease your anxiety about dental treatment. We have provided this level of comfort to our patients for years. This is a family practice. We provide a complete solution to all your oral health and cosmetic needs from age 3 and up.

“Our Vacaville dental team specializes in treating people the way they tell us they want to be treated. Dr. Burton and team strive to take away the fear. We want you to obtain the beautiful smile you have always wanted." Pressed for time?

We have the technology to rebuild a broken tooth with an all-ceramic cap in one visit. Ask about our CEREC™

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Root Canal Procedure


What is a root canal, and why would you need a root canal procedure? If you’re having a lot of tooth pain and your dentist finds deep decay, you may need to get this in-office procedure.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Visit Your Dentist Twice a Year for Healthy and Stronger Teeth


Despite massive improvement in oral healthcare, many people yet fear to visit the dentist for routine checkups. This should not be your case since without regular screening from dental surgeon, even the minor ailment may become severe. A tiny spot on the tongue may be risky, it should not be overlooked at all. Save yourself from the pain and cost associated with the treatment for teeth repair by visiting your dentist at least two times in a year. If you fall under the category of high risk people, you should be visiting your dentist's chamber regularly. Read to know why visiting the dentist twice a year is important and good for oral health.

  • Dental problems can be treated on time - Visiting your dentist once every six months gives you a chance to detect any dental problem (that may arise) and treat it before becoming worse. It's quite easy to fill a small cavity than perform root canal treatment on your damaged teeth. Various problems like cavities and loose fillings do not cause pain until they are serious. As such, you should seek advice of your dentist who can spot them at the initial stage.

  • Your present dental condition will be accessed - Regular visits to your dentist will allow him to spot minor problems and treat them immediately. For example, if there is a spot on the tooth enamel or mark on your tongue, dental surgeon will provide right treatment to solve your dental and oral problems. Besides, seeing the dentist frequently allows him to examine the progress of such issues and suggest proper treatment, when needed.

  • Get rid of cavities, gum disease and tooth ache - Cavities, gum disease and tooth ache are some causes for tooth loss and damage. A regular visit to your dentist will help identify cavities as soon as they arise and deal with them immediately. A filling can be applied immediately to stop cavities and save your teeth from further decay. Your dentist will check the health of gums, which may be another sign for tooth loss and damage.

  • Overcome the problem of bad breath - You will have to clean your mouth and get rid of gum disease for fresh breath. If you have bad breath, know the cause behind it by checking your food habits and medicines. Routine checkups will enable the dentist to solve bad breath problem and make you feel great. He will clean those areas in your mouth, tongue and teeth where toothbrush may not be able to reach. Brush your teeth twice everyday with Fluoride toothpaste to keep them strong and healthy.

Your smiling face boosts your self-esteem and makes you feel confident. Unfortunately, if there is some problem with your teeth or you really don't like them, you'll probably not smile and try to hide them as a matter of embarrassment and discomfort. A dentist will be able to fix these issues when you visit him twice a year.

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Throwback Toothday: Don’t Bring Your Teeth to a Dead End


Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth mortality, but you can prevent your teeth from meeting this fate!