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Month: March 2021

Let’s Talk About Your Smile

How do you like your smile? At Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla, we know it’s easy to be your own worst critic. But we also know lots of people don’t care for one aspect or another of their smile. We can improve any smile with cosmetic dentistry.

Maybe you have a tooth that’s been chipped since middle school, or a gap between your front teeth that’s been there since forever. Or maybe your smile has grown dull and yellow over the years.

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Posted on March 26, 2021 By mark in ,

Smile Like You Mean It!

Have you ever noticed how some people never show a genuine smile? Even in a family picture, they stay tight-lipped. Even if they’re laughing at the funniest joke ever, they cover their mouths. At Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla we can improve any smile with the help of cosmetic dentistry.

There are many reasons a someone could be shy about their smile, such as injury, tooth discoloration, or poor spacing.

You might even have missing teeth. Rest assured that there is a cosmetic...Read More

Posted on March 19, 2021 By mark in ,

Think You Know How To Brush? Think Again.

You’ve been doing it since you were five. You switch to autopilot morning and night and get it done. But Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla has a question: are you doing it right?

We ask this in all seriousness. There is always room for improvement, even in something as basic as brushing your teeth.

Essential Dental Health

Brushing, after all, is an important part of any daily dental health routine. We recommend brushing your teeth twice a day, and with a soft-bristled toothbrush. We...Read More

Posted on March 12, 2021 By mark in , ,

Bad Breath Q & A

In this blog post from Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla, we have some answers to frequent questions about bad breath.

Q. My wife says my breath is repulsive, but I brush twice a day. Shouldn’t that be enough?

A. Bacteria can propagate and stink in hidden crevices that can only be reached with floss. Time to start flossing. If your breath hasn’t improved in a few months, make an appointment so we can explore other possible causes of your halitosis.

Also keep in mind...Read More

Posted on March 5, 2021 By mark in ,

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