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Can You Save a Knocked Out Tooth?

Posted on: May 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

A knocked-out tooth is not something to take lightly. If you do not preserve this tooth in the proper manner, your dentist will find it is difficult or even impossible to place it back in your mouth. Also, it is possible to save, knocked-out teeth, known as avulsed teeth. However, your actions (or lack thereof) […]

When Is a Sports Mouth Guard Recommended?

Posted on: May 2nd, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

When Is a Sports Mouth Guard Recommended? This page explains the different situations in which it is prudent to wear a sports mouth guard. mouth guards are laminate or soft plastic devices placed in the mouth to protect the teeth, gums and tongue during physical activities. The vast majority of NFL players but for Cam […]

Get a Second Opinion to See How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help You

Posted on: April 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

While a general dentist can help keep teeth healthy, cosmetic dentistry can help patients achieve the appearance of their teeth that they desire. We have the same level of scientific education as a general dentist but have taken additional steps to ensure that any treatments we provide our patients can look natural and improve the […]

Laser Dentistry Is At The Forefront of Technology

Posted on: April 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Laser dentistry is at the forefront of emerging technologies that are making dentistry far more palatable for people who are immensely afraid of visiting the dentist. For a large portion of the population, the idea of visiting the dentist makes them break out in a cold sweat. Over the years, these numbers have accumulated to […]

Can A Cavity Be Healed?

Posted on: March 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

If you are like most people, the first thing that comes to your mind when one of your cavities starts causing you pain is to schedule an appointment with your dentist to apply fillings. Fillings are the traditional treatment for cavities that is effective and fairly cheap. Especially since fillings can now consist of materials […]

7 Reasons a Dental Cleaning is Necessary

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

When was the last time you had a professional dental clinic? Hopefully, you have not skipped too many cleanings since these can have a significant impact on your health in general. This procedure will also help you to keep your smile as bright as ever. Poor oral hygiene leads to a host of serious medical […]

Visit Your Dentist for a New Smile

Posted on: February 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Crooked or stained teeth are enough to wipe the smile off your face, but it is easy to get a new smile with the help of your dentist. Fortunately, there are quite a number of things you can do to make your smile prettier, whiter, and brighter. Whether you want better-looking teeth to help you […]

Important Mouthwash Pros and Cons

Posted on: February 2nd, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Ahhh… Who does not love that minty freshness that comes from a daily swish of mouthwash? In addition to freshening your breath, mouthwash promotes better oral health. If you read the label, you’ll discover that mouthwash is a multi-tasker that whitens your teeth, removes plaque and fights gum disease. However, are all these claims true? […]

What is a Dental Bridge?

Posted on: January 16th, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Missing one or more teeth? Dental bridges are one of the more common dental treatments used when someone is missing teeth. Having one or more missing teeth tends to make someone smile less because they do not feel confident in the way they look when they smile. But did you know that when you are […]

Tips for Preventing Dental Caries From Your Livermore Dental Office

Posted on: January 2nd, 2018 by Dr. Timothy Hubbs

Dental caries is a result of tooth decay and yet, completely preventable with the proper oral hygiene regimen. People may not realize the tooth decay begins with an erosion of the tooth enamel that causes holes in the teeth. These holes are known as cavities. If we do not treat dental caries, they will worsen […]

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