Do I have to floss every day?

Most healthcare workers in the dental field recommend daily flossing.  Daily flossing enables you to clean and remove plaque (the sticky film that builds up on teeth), which turns in to tartar and calculus, in areas that cannot be easily reached with a conventional tooth brush.  This will help prevent, minimize bleeding gums, and possible … Continued

How does my dental care change when I’m pregnant?

During pregnancy, some women experience more frequent gum inflammation, known as gingivitis, which can cause tenderness and bleeding upon brushing or flossing. This is due to the changes in hormones during pregnancy and is reversible. It is of utmost importance that teeth and gums are well maintained through at-home oral care and in-office cleanings and … Continued

A Family Matter

Left is kaylene our hygienist helping out Dr Nobahari with extractions on her boyfriend, and having fun too!!

110 Years Young

Today was a day I truly enjoyed at work. I was able to see margarita, a patient of ours for many years. After introducing myself she told me “I want to keep my teeth because I love to eat” with a big grin on her face. I had so many questions to as and so … Continued

How do I best take care of my dental crowns and bridges?

In dentistry, crowns are usually used to cover or “cap” broken or weak teeth; whereas bridges are used to connect 2 or more teeth as a means of replacing one or more missing teeth in order to provide more chewing surface. Therefore what remains underneath a crown or a bridge, is still the natural teeth … Continued