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Long Lasting Teeth Whitening Expert Tips for Maintenance
Friday, October 27, 2023
Posted by: Dr. Ginnie Chen DDS
How To Maintain Teeth Whitening Once you've put forth the effort to achieve that beautiful, radiant smile, it is now essential that it stays that way! Maintaining white teeth requires both good oral hygiene practices and mindful decision-making throughout daily life. Mindful Eating And ...
Don't let the insurance benefits be lost for this year
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Posted by: Dr. Ginnie Chen DDS
How time flies! Before we know it, the holidays will be here. Don't let the insurance benefits be lost for this year. We're here to service your needs. Tooth giving you a problem? Call us. Need a cleaning and check-up? Call us. Maybe you've been thinking of straightening your teeth; we ...
Back to School Dental Checkup for your Kids
Monday, August 27, 2018
Posted by: Dr. Ginnie Chen
Now that your kids are back to school. With all the preparations, from getting school supplies, latest wardrobe and sports equipment for the new school year, one of the things that parents shouldn't forget about is their kids' teeth. According to the American Dental Association, a ...
Bleeding Gums? Periodontal Disease
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Posted by: Dr. Ginnie Chen
Do you have bleeding gums when you brush your teeth or just notice that your gums bleed when you touch them? Most people think its normal. But when your hands bleeds when washing them, aren't you concerned? Bleeding gums is the first sign of infection with bacteria. If not taken care of it can ...
Your Dental Health and Halloween Candy
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Posted by: Ginnie Chen
Now that Halloween is just around the corner, don't let the sugar play some unwanted tricks on your teeth. Do you know with all the different types of candies, the type of candies you choose can cause more damage to your teeth. We all know that sugar causes cavities. This is when the bacteria in...
Fixing Chipped or Broken-down Teeth
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Posted by: Dr. Ginnie Chen
Have you ever notice in the mirror that your front teeth have little chips and your tongue feels rough to the edges. It may result from crushing ice to hard candy to even using your teeth to open packages (which something you should never do) or foods that are specially hard. One thing for sure is ...

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