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Dental Implants

Dental Implant Questions and Answers

If you have missing teeth, our Sacramento dental office usually recommends dental implants instead of dentures or a bridge. Dental implants are generally recommended over dentures and bridges because implants are a restoration alternative that mimics the role of the missing teeth. Dental implants look and...

How to Brush

Can You Brush Too Much?

The Sacramento Dentistry Group reminds our patients that brushing daily is imperative for a healthy mouth. But did you know it is possible to do too much of a good thing? Yes, brushing too long, too often or too hard is called “toothbrush abrasion” and...

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Bad Breath Busters

  Food for Better Breath Did you know that there are certain foods for improving your breath? If you are sometimes self-conscious about your breath, these specific foods may give you greater confidence. So while you will still need to brush and floss daily, try the following foods...

Can you use blood thinners during dental procedures?

Blood Thinners and Dental Care

If you take prescription blood thinners, the Sacramento Dentistry Group knows you might have questions, especially if you need oral surgery or dental restoration. We’d like to answer some of the most commonly asked questions and encourage our patients to update us with your health...

With proper care, teeth can last a lifetime.

Teeth Can Last a Lifetime!

Many patients ask if it is really possible to keep their original set of teeth for a lifetime. It is true that the average American has lost at least a few teeth before the age of seventy, and the Sacramento Dentistry Group certainly installs a...

Oral bacteria can help prevent or cause halitosis. Our Sacramento dentists can figure out which is which!

Win The War Against Gum Disease

Fight the Fine Fight! There’s a disease about 80% of us have and we might not even be aware of it. It’s a sneaky condition that starts out seemingly harmless, but left untreated it can destroy your mouth and dental health. What is it? It’s gum...

A pair of grandchildren kiss their grandmother simultaneously -- a beneficial behavior that works best when your oral health is excellent.

Genetics and Oral Health

Are Genes Affecting Your Teeth? There are some oral health issues that are passed on genetically, so there’s a chance you have inherited more than your nose or eye color from your parents. Dental problems do run in families and some people have an increased risk...

Buccolingual inclination looks at how far your teeth tilt towards the cheeks or the tongue.

Types of Teeth and What They Do

Your teeth are important, but it can be easy to take the teeth for granted until there’s a problem. Good oral health can be achieved without great cost. With a good oral care routine, avoidance of tobacco products, a healthy diet and regular Sacramento dentist...

Coffee is recommended by dental scientists for your teeth.

Is Coffee Good For Teeth?

Studies show that drinking coffee in moderation is good for the liver, has antioxidant properties and may reduce the risk for cancer and decaf coffee is good for Type 2 diabetics. But did you know that researchers have recently found coffee’s high chlorogenic acid content...

Colorectal tumors are exacerbated by oral bacteria.

Tumors and Oral Bacteria

Do Bacteria Contribute to Colorectal Cancer? Another medical study has revealed yet again why it is so important to maintain good oral health. If a patient has a healthy mouth, the chances for good physical health are improved. The latest example comes from a team combining...