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A Dentist in Livermore Answers Your Oral Health Questions

Posted on: May 4th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

When you visit a dentist in Livermore, you can be sure that your oral health will be improved and that we will answer any questions that you have regarding it.  We take the time to get to know our patients and answer any questions that they have to ensure that their oral health is as […]

Improve Your Gums by Visiting a Cosmetic Dentist in Livermore CA

Posted on: April 30th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

When you think of a cosmetic dentist in Livermore CA, you probably think of us in terms the people who can give you an amazing smile. With our relentless focus on giving you the whitest and straightest teeth, we have honed our skills in a number of different techniques that can do exactly that. Most […]

Why an Emergency Dentist is a Better Option Than the ER

Posted on: April 3rd, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

People rarely consider an emergency dentist. We have found that among our own patients, over 95% of them never considered that they would need any kind of urgent medical care. When you factor in the fact that the care we are talking about involves the teeth, that number grows even higher. We live in a […]

More About Fluoride From a Family Dentist in Livermore CA

Posted on: March 26th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

As a family dentist in Livermore CA, we recommend using fluoride as a way to strengthen your teeth and prevent tooth decay.  Cavities are so common that the Center for Disease Control reports that tooth decay is the largest infectious disease impacting children.  They lead to missed school days and overall discomfort.  In our office, […]

We Offer Teeth Whitening in Livermore CA for Retirees

Posted on: March 3rd, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

If you are looking or teeth whitening in Livermore CA, we can help.  In our office, we treat patients of all ages and as long as you are over the age of eighteen, you can have your teeth whitened.  If you are approaching retirement age, we want to invite you to come in to discuss […]

As an Invisalign® Dentist in Livermore CA We Work With the Invisalign Lab Techs

Posted on: February 20th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

The first step our Invisalign dentist in Livermore CA takes is to ensure that there are no underlying problems you have that could cause complications with the treatment or delay the effects. Invisalign® works on a very tight schedule, so taking the extra consultation appointment can avoid having to make adjustments to the plan later. […]

What Happens When You Visit a Dentist in Livermore

Posted on: February 6th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Why visit your dentist in Livermore at least once every six months?  We want you to come in at least once every six months to get your mouth examined, have your teeth cleaned and ensure that there are no serious complications coming around the corner. From your perspective, these visit should be extremely important. Consider […]

An Implant Dentist in Livermore CA Explains What to Expect After Surgery

Posted on: January 30th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

As an implant dentist in Livermore CA, we will give you a set of instructions to follow that will allow you to care for your new implants and will also give you a sense of what to expect. Immediately following the surgery, you will need to spend some time in recovery. This will allow your […]

A Dentist in Livermore CA Answers Commonly Asked Dentistry Questions

Posted on: January 6th, 2015 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

As a dentist in Livermore CA, our patients will regularly ask us questions about dentistry during their routine teeth cleanings and exams.  This is a good thing, and we encourage it because it means that our patients are taking charge of their oral health.  We believe that the more educated our patients are the better […]

An Emergency Dentist Can Perform a Root Canal When You Need One

Posted on: December 29th, 2014 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

If you have a sudden toothache, call our emergency dentist office. This is important because a toothache may be the sign of a major infection.  Small cavities typically don’t hurt.  In fact, they may only cause minor discomfort when you eat certain foods.  Otherwise, they can go undetected unless you visit a dentist for an […]

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