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Month: June 2022

Replace Old Silver Fillings

Superficial cuts in the skin subside without a trace, infections are wiped out with antibiotics, broken bones mend, and inflamed tissues subside. Our teeth, unfortunately, can’t regenerate. Decay can be halted in its progress, but scientists are still years away from actual enamel regeneration. That’s why the team at Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla CA always emphasizes preventative dentistry.

The healthiest mouths have all teeth intact and free of current or...Read More

Posted on June 24, 2022 By PM Blogger in , ,

Hiccups In Your Dental Routine

The most common times people brush their teeth are morning and night, either before or after breakfast, after dinner, or at bedtime. But sometimes hiccups in the schedule can knock you off a well-established routine. At Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla CA, we have some thoughts on that.

Sometimes after dinner isn’t super cut and dried. An irregular schedule generally disrupts regular dental maintenance. What are you to do?

One suggestion is to try doing a better job at cleaning...Read More

Posted on June 17, 2022 By PM Blogger in , ,

Your Smile Can Be Brighter and Lighter

No one can miss a fabulous smile, and a really good one is a valuable asset professionally and socially. If you’d like yours to be brighter and lighter, cosmetic dentistry from Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla CA can deliver!

With our professional-grade teeth whitening services, we can dramatically brighten your smile in a single office visit. Imagine: You walk into our office for your scheduled appointment, with teeth that have grown dull and yellow over the years. When you leave,...Read More

Posted on June 10, 2022 By PM Blogger in ,

Dental Checkup: How Often?

When is the last time you had a dental checkup? At Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla CA, we recommend you have one every six months. If you have a higher risk for oral diseases, we recommend every four months.

Know The Risk Factors For Oral Problems

Most people are in a medium-to-low risk category for dental problems. However, if you use tobacco or alcohol, eat a lot of sugar, have an eating disorder, don’t brush and floss twice a day, or experience medical conditions that affect your...Read More

Posted on June 3, 2022 By PM Blogger in ,

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