Protecting your Child’s Teeth with Sealants

Published on February 16, 2018 by

Dental sealants have become a staple of great oral care in children’s dentistry in the past few decades. But for parents who never experienced this treatment, some might not know the necessity of having this step of care done for their child. Here is what you need to know about sealants, and how they can provide the first line of defense against cavities and other ailments in your child’s oral health!


What Having a Mesiodens Means For Your Child

Published on February 9, 2018 by

When your children lose their baby teeth, it then becomes exciting to wait for / see their adult ones grow in. But what happens if you start noticing a tooth that seems supernumerary, one that doesn’t seem like it belongs in the position it’s in? Your child may have a mesioden. Here’s what that means for your child:


February is National Children’s Dental Health Month! Here’s Our Top Tips for Caring for Your Little One’s Smile

Published on February 2, 2018 by

With February being National Children’s Dental Health Month, we here at Dental Center of Mesa wanted to dedicate all posts this month to children’s’ oral care – starting with out top tips to creating healthy and habits, and a healthy smile, for your kiddos. Whether you’re a new parent, or just looking for a refresher, we’ve got you covered with these tips:


Why Seeing Your Dentist for Oral Care Screenings are SO Important

Published on January 26, 2018 by

 They say that the best form of prevention is early detection. This saying rings true through for all doctors in all fields – but especially in dentistry. With regular oral exams, your doctor can not only detect, but potentially protect you from various ailments. Here are the dental issues your dentist can spot, and treat, with regular oral care screenings.

Why do Teeth Change Color?

Published on January 19, 2018 by

As we get older, our teeth can change color naturally. However, we know how important it is to try and preserve the whitest smile possible for our patients. That is why we here at Dental Center of Mesa comprised a list of a few common factors that could be discoloring your teeth, because the more you know, the more you can do to prevent tooth discoloration and keep your smile sparkling.


CEREC Crowns: The Same Day Tooth Saver

Published on January 11, 2018 by

At Dental Center of Mesa, we are committed to caring for our patients with advanced technology in order to provide the best care for them. That is why we use CEREC crowns in our offices – the easiest and most efficient way to restore your tooth.


4 Dental Resolutions To Have in 2018

Published on January 3, 2018 by

Taking care of one’s health is almost always at the top of everyone’s New Years resolutions list. Whether it be to spend more time in the gym or to diet more effectively in 2018 – it’s apparent that health matters to many. But where does your oral health fit into your 2018 goals? Here at Dental Center of Mesa, we’ve got a few resolution suggestions for you:


Foods to get More of in The New Year

Published on December 27, 2017 by

With New Year’s right around the corner, it is time for the world to draft up their new list of resolutions for the upcoming year. With 2018 only days away, it is a perfect time for a fresh start and new beginnings, and we can’t think of a better time to put your oral health and focus. In the new year, these are the foods you should be getting more of to keep your smile glistening, your oral health in great shape, & your dentist very, very happy.


Holiday Stocking Stuffers that Are Great for Your Oral Health

Published on December 15, 2017 by

With Christmas right around the corner, the hustle and bustle to get the gifts on your loved one’s lists is keeping you, and everyone else, very busy. While out shopping, make sure you keep your family & friends health in mind – especially when it comes to their oral health this sugary holiday season. Here at Dental Center of Mesa, we’ve comprised a list of the best dental gifts you can give those you love as stocking stuffers this holiday here:


Why do Dentists Take X-rays?

Published on December 8, 2017 by

When people envision their dental appointments, usually they think about the teeth cleaning, the check up, and then the new toothbrush and toothpaste they get at the end. Rarely, do they remember the X-ray done at the beginning of their appointment. Ever wonder why we take those black & white photos of your mouth? Here’s why: