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How Dental Stains Happen
Posted on 5/25/2018 by Dr. Roger Chang
Despite what you may think, having stains on your teeth is not necessarily a sign of poor oral hygiene. Having white teeth is a dream most people have, and many will spend a lot of money to achieve that perfect smile, but there are certain things to you can do to prevent dental stains from happening. Here are two of the reasons why you can get stains on your teeth. Stains from Eating Certain Foods Food is the most likely reason you have stains on your teeth. The surface of the tooth is not smooth, but textured, with crevices that are the ideal place for bacteria build up. This creates more plaque, which adheres to teeth and can be reduced with good oral hygiene practices and removed by your hygienist at your bi-annual checkups. When you know how dental stains happen, you can act and avoid foods that can cause the worse damage to your teeth. Some of these foods include coffee, tea, fruit juices, tomato-based products, certain berries, sugary drinks, chocolate, sodas, and hard candy. Stains from Bad Habits Another reason why dental stains happen is from bad habits such as smoking or chewing tobacco. Aside from the fact that smoking can put you at a higher risk for oral or lung cancer, it can also stain your teeth and make them take on a brown or yellow tint. We can help you have whiter teeth here at the office if you're concerned about how improving your smile. If you want to know more about how dental stains happen and want to do something about it, we can answer any questions you have for us. Please feel free to call us and we can also discuss a safe, whitening process that can be done right here in our office....

Helping Your Veneers Last Longer Starts with Proper Oral Hygiene
Posted on 5/15/2018 by Dr. Roger Chang
Whether you have them because you had missing or stained teeth, we can suggest several ways for helping your veneers last longer. Starting with proper oral hygiene, caring for veneers is very important as they are placed directly over the teeth and certain foods can damage or chip them. Here are some tips to help protect your veneers. Visit our Office Regularly A check-up every six-months is ideal for natural teeth as well as for helping your veneers last longer. Having your teeth cleaned and looked at twice a year can prevent any problems with the veneers and detect a potential infection before it becomes more serious. Having veneers doesn't mean that you can't get tartar buildup, cavities, or plaque, so make sure you call our office to set up your next appointment today! Practice Good Oral Hygiene at Home Brushing your teeth with a soft brush for at least two-minutes, twice daily, flossing to remove any food particles left behind between teeth, and using an oral mouthwash that helps to prevent gum disease is essential to helping your veneers last longer. Avoid Eating Hard Foods Even though veneers are made of sturdy material, chewing on hard foods repeatedly could make them crack or in rare circumstances fall off. Having to replace your veneers can be expensive, so the best way to prevent any problems is to avoid foods that are hard to chew. We are here when it comes to helping your veneers last longer, so you can enjoy that beautiful smile and be confident when talking and eating. Remember to let us know if you have any concerns with your veneers and we will be happy to set up an appointment to check it out or answer questions over the phone....

Remedies for a Cracked Tooth
Posted on 4/25/2018 by Dr. Roger Chang
If you have signs of a cracked tooth, you should not ignore them. When you do nothing, you are at risk for infection or losing the tooth. The good news is that there is something that you can do to manage the pain and discomfort from a cracked tooth. A dentist can repair the tooth, but until you get to the dentist, there are several things to do to manage any pain or discomfort that the cracked tooth creates. What to do When it comes to dealing with the pain and discomfort of a cracked tooth a person needs to think about what they should and what they should not do. All these things can provide temporary relief from the pain that a cracked tooth can cause. They do not fix the crack. The pain and discomfort from a cracked tooth can come and go. Many people think that if the pain is gone, they do not have to do anything else. This is the wrong thing to do. The best thing to do is to contact our offices when you realize that you have cracked a tooth. We can help relieve any pain and can help fix the tooth so that you can keep your smile. Take the time to give our office a call when you need help for a cracked tooth or anything else....

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General Dentistry

4101 Dublin Blvd, Suite D
Dublin, CA 94568-4603
Phone: 925-621-0078
Fax: 925-803-7688

Pediatric Dentistry

4101 Dublin Blvd, Suite E
Dublin, CA 94568-4603
Phone: 925-621-0082
Fax: 925-803-5029


4101 Dublin Blvd, Suite E
Dublin, CA 94568-4603
Phone: 925-621-0080
Fax: 925-803-5029
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