Childrens Dentistry & Anesthesia: What You Should Know

Published on August 9, 2017 by

a smileAs a parent, protecting our children in all settings is our primary goal, even when in the hands of a doctor. Is sedation dentistry safe for your child? What should you discuss with your dentist prior to your child’s procedure? Here are a few tips to walking the line of where sedation and children’s dentistry meet.


Why are my gums receding?

Published on August 4, 2017 by

Are you noticing more and more of your teeth showing when you brush in the morning? Do your teeth feel more sensitive at the root, and does it appear that gums are moving further away from your teeth? This recession is called gingival recession, and here is what you need to know about it:


PRP at Dental Center of Mesa

Published on July 28, 2017 by

At Dental Center of Mesa, we strive to implement the newest and most helpful techniques in dentistry in order to treat our patients with the best care possible. That is why we are happy to announce our use of Plasma Rich Platelet injections, to speed up our patient’s healing process!


Benefits of Chewing Gum

Published on July 20, 2017 by

Yes, you read that right. There are benefits to purchasing the gum packs you see while exiting the grocery store, as long as they are sugar free! Turns out the minty stickys are good for more than just keeping your breath fresh – they also aid in protecting your dental health as well. Here’s how:


Reasons to make seeing the dentist a habit for your children

Published on July 13, 2017 by

One of the most important jobs of a parent is setting our children up for success in the future. Whether it be making sure they receive a great education, making sure they are kind to their neighbors and classmates, or even setting them up with good habits for the future, it is a priority for every parent to make sure they do the best for their children as they can. This is why we suggest parents create a habit for their children to visit the dentist regularly, in order to make sure their child’s oral health is pristine not only now, but for years to come!


Is it important to replace missing teeth?

Published on July 5, 2017 by

What To Do If You Lose a Tooth

When a tooth goes missing, many times people are most concerned about the appearance, or should we say, the lack thereof of the missing tooth. But is this newfound gap between your teeth really important to anything other than the way your smile looks? Turns out, a missing tooth can affect more than just your confidence – it can affect your health, too.


Don’t take our word for it – See what our patients are saying!

Published on June 28, 2017 by

We love our patients here at Dental Center of Mesa, and are happy to sing their praise anytime we get the chance. What’s amazing though, is that they are doing the same for us! We’re lucky enough to have such great patients who write their honest opinions of us online – and we’re happy to share them. We pride ourselves on delivering the best customer service possible to our patients, and we’re ecstatic to see they recognize that in us! Shee what our patients say here:


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!