Top of the line technology to provide top of the line service – The GALILEOS CT Scanner

Published on June 16, 2017 by

With the dental technological advancements, Dental Center of Mesa makes it a priority to have only the best equipment to provide the best service for our patients. It is important to us that we provide every possible option of quick and painless care that we can – making it our job to stay up to date on the dental technology. That is why we so proudly use the Galileos CT Scanner!


How a healthy mouth equals a healthy heart

Published on June 2, 2017 by

As many of us know, heart disease is the # 1 killer of Americans annually. More and more, doctors are noticing a correlation between those who have gum disease, and those who have heart disease. In fact, the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden says that having gum disease increases your risk of a heart attack by over 25%. So what are some ways you can keep both your mouth, and your heart, healthy?


Dentist Approved Memorial Day Treats

Published on May 23, 2017 by

With the holiday right around the corner, we at Dental Center of Mesa know that the barbecues and pool parties will be in full affect! This upcoming Monday is a great day to remember our fallen troops, and celebrate our freedom with the ones we love. We wanted to compile a list of our 3 favorite red white & blue foods that are not only crow pleasing, but dentist pleasing, too!


Dry mouth like the AZ desert? Heres how to fix it.

Published on May 16, 2017 by

It’s a dry heat here in Arizona – that something we can’t change. But the dryness in your mouth? That’s something you have control of! With these two steps, you can lose the annoying, dry feeling your mouth has been experiencing.


Fighting the Fear: Why you need to see your dentist, regardless of being afraid

Published on May 9, 2017 by

It is a well-known fact that many people are too frightened to go to the dentist. Estimates say that nearly 40,000,000 American adults do not see their dentist regularly due to the fear and anxiety they feel towards seeing the dentist. Unfortunately due to this fear, many of these people face dental ailments that could have been avoided, had they received their regular check ups and routine cleanings.


Gum Disease: What to do after diagnosis

Published on May 4, 2017 by

How often have you heard your dentist ask you how many times you floss? A lot of times, we answer without really thinking about the implications of our actions: “I try to floss once a day, but I forget sometimes or I get too busy to do so.” Afterwards, your dentist or hygienist checks out the status of your gums, and seems to always recommend that you floss more than you already do.


3 Things About Oral Cancer Your Dentist Wants You To Know

Published on April 29, 2017 by

It’s our worst fear: finding an abnormality and having it diagnosed as cancer. As dentists, unfortunately sometimes, having to break that news is part of our job.


Summer Traveling? Here’s how to keep up with your smile on the road

Published on April 24, 2017 by

We all have goals to travel this summer – whether it be 6 hours to the beach or all the way across the pond, our drive to see the world takes hold of us in the summer. We know that with all that goes into planning a summer trip, caring for your smile can take the back burner, but it’s important to stay on top of year round. Here are a few tips for caring for your smile on the go, no matter where you go this summer!


3 Common Causes of Sensitive Teeth

Published on April 14, 2017 by

Did you know that 1 in 8 adults have sensitive teeth? At any point in your life sensitive teeth can become a pretty debilitating issue if it is not taken care of quickly.


2 Drinks Secretly Staining Your Teeth

Published on April 4, 2017 by

We all know the typical foods to stay away from if we want to avoid staining our teeth: coffee, sodas, etc. But what you may not know is a lot of the substitutes people use to subdue their cravings for these foods can be creating the same problem.