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Root Canal Phoenix AZ

Why You Need a Root Canal

Does the idea of a root canal send a shiver down your spine? It shouldn’t. Because ultimately a root canal is a valuable option used to preserve a tooth. When a tooth has been significantly damaged or overrun by decay, a root canal is needed to remove the infected pulp tissue of the tooth. Typically […]


General Dentistry Mesa AZ

Five Tips for Dental Friendly Nutrition

Studies show that a balanced diet from all the major food groups is vital to help kids grow strong and healthy. Too many sugars, carbohydrates, savory foods, and starches can lead to tooth decay. The amount of time that carbohydrates sty on the teeth is the leading cause behind tooth decay. Find ways to integrate […]


Periodontal Disease Mesa AZ

How to Protect your Mouth from Gum Disease

Gum disease (gingivitis) impacts millions of Americans each year. It is characterized by red, swollen, tender, or bleeding gums and can eventually lead to tooth loss if left unchecked. Gingivitis occurs when there is plaque buildup, usually from a lack of proper dental care. Luckily, there are specific steps you can take to protect your […]


Porcelain Crowns | Drs of Smiles | Mesa AZ

How Porcelain Crowns Can Improve Your Smile

If you have weak or brittle teeth or suffer from tooth decay, a porcelain crown may be the perfect fit for you. Porcelain crowns enable patients to maintain their natural tooth while replacing the outside component of the tooth. Dr. LeSuer and Dr. Dodaro are able to use crowns to help preserve the teeth while […]


Cavities | Drs of Smiles | Mesa AZ

The Truth About Cavities

Bad breath, tooth pain, and tooth sensitivity are all symptoms of cavities. A combination of at home dental care and regular dental office visits can help ward off these pesky but common dental problems. As you care for your teeth, make sure you are aware of the truth and myths about cavities. Let’s set the […]


Pediatric Dentistry Mesa AZ

What you Should Know about Tongue-Tie

Tongue-tie is an issue that is recognizable at birth. It occurs when the tissue used to attach the tongue to the lower mouth (lingual frenulum) isn’t long enough. This results in limited tongue movement and difficulty breast-feeding. Though the primary cause of tongue-tie is not yet known, it can run in families or can show […]


Sensitive Teeth Mesa AZ

Help! I have Sensitive Teeth

Does a sip of ice water or a spoonful of hot soup hurt your teeth? If it does, you may be suffering from sensitive teeth. Sensitive teeth is a condition that causes pain or discomfort when your teeth interact with hot, cold, sweet, or sour beverages or foods. Why do I have sensitive teeth? Teeth […]


Dentures Mesa AZ

How to Are for Your Dentures

Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth. Whether you have partial or complete dentures, daily care and cleaning are vital to keeping your smile healthy. Consider how the following tips can improve your denture care. Be Careful Dentures are fragile—so handle with care. When removing or cleaning your dentures, stand over a folded towel or […]


General Dentistry Mesa AZ

How to Know If You Have a Cavity

Many people believe that only children get cavities. In fact, changes in your mouth as you age can make cavities more probable. Cavities are the result of tooth decay and can be caused when heavy carbohydrate foods like soda, fruit, candy, or milk stay on the teeth. The bacteria in the mouth will then turn […]


Teeth Cleaning Mesa, AZ

3 Ways to Improve Your at Home Dental Routine

Regular dental cleanings and exams are vital to maintaining top-notch dental health. You’re at home dental care routine goes hand in hand with your routine dental cleanings to ensure your teeth stay healthy and free of disease. Review the following pointers to see how you can upgrade your at home dental regimen. Brush twice a […]


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