February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which is a great time to focus on their oral health habits. West Coast Dental offers tips to help your child avoid cavities and maintain a healthy smile all year long. Plus, we provide expert pediatric dental services at a location near you.
Of course, regular dental visits are a vital part of routine dental care. But what are you doing between visits to protect your teeth and gums? Learn how brushing, flossing and diet affect your oral health and find simple ways to improve your dental care.
Dental anxiety, also known as dentophobia, is a very common experience when visiting the dentist. Here are some signs you may be experiencing dentophobia and give tips for how to overcome it.
How do you know if you need a root canal? If you are experiencing the pain of a toothache, you might need this common procedure. Read on to find out what you need to know about root canals and when you should visit your dentist.
If you have sensitive teeth pain, you want to know how to stop sensitive teeth pain immediately. Read on to find out what you need to know about the signs of sensitive teeth, some causes of teeth sensitivity, and what you can do about it.
Start the year right with a fantastic new smile. A dental exam and cleaning are just the first steps to achieving healthy and attractive teeth. Check out our top tips for achieving a dazzling smile for the New Year.
Mouthwash is a good supplement to your oral health care routine, and there are many options available. Here’s what you need to know about how to use mouthwash.
Are dental x-rays safe? Many patients share this concern when seeking dental treatment, but the risks are higher if x-rays are avoided. Read on to find out more.
What causes receding gums? What can you do about it? Find out why early detection and treatment of receding gums makes all the difference in the outcome at West Coast Dental.