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Month: November 2018

The Health Consequences of Missing Teeth in La Jolla

Today’s post focuses on bone health and missing teeth in La Jolla. Our teeth have many vital functions. We need them to chew our food, talk, and smile. But have you ever considered their role in holding up your face? When we lose teeth, the bone around the site of the extraction begins to recede. This, in turn, causes our facial muscles to sink in.

Bone Metabolism

We sometimes think of bone as a solid mass, unlike the softer tissues in our body. In reality, below the seemingly...Read More

Posted on November 30, 2018 By PM Blogger in , ,

Guide To Wisdom Teeth Extractions in La Jolla

For the 65 percent of patients who detect wisdom teeth in their late teens or early twenties, Weston Spencer DDS – Conservative Comprehensive Dentistry generally recommends removal. Wisdom teeth can damage adjacent teeth and nerves. Their awkward positioning can increase the risk of cavities and gum disease. Moreover, they often come in crooked, crowding the other teeth and affecting the bite.

Reasons to have Wisdom Teeth Removed

Wisdom teeth are also difficult to clean, especially if they do...Read More

Posted on November 23, 2018 By PM Blogger in , ,

Boost Your Self-Confidence With Cosmetic Dentistry in La Jolla

Many dental patients have experienced a boost in self-confidence by undergoing restorative or cosmetic dentistry in La Jolla at Weston Spencer DDS – Conservative Comprehensive Dentistry. At our practice, nothing gives us more satisfaction than helping men and women dramatically improve their smile and overall self-esteem with the latest tooth restoration procedures to correct dental problems and imperfections.

Improvements with Cosmetic Dentistry in La Jolla

We also enjoy consulting with...Read More

Posted on November 16, 2018 By PM Blogger in , ,

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