Halloween Dental Health Tips and Tricks for Avoiding Scary Mouth

Although Halloween can be a spooky time, it doesn’t have to be a nightmare for oral health. These Halloween Dental Health tips will help ensure that you and your kids have a healthy, cavity-free Halloween that won’t make the dentist scream. Remember the message that “candy is bad”, is misguided. Kids already know is not true, Continue Reading →

Dental Health Tips for Summertime 2016 from Downtown Concord Dental

Here are some great tips to follow for the well-being of your dental health while having a lot of fun this summer. During the summer, it’s all too easy to slack off and not take care of your teeth. Of course, you should always follow your typical oral hygiene routine of brushing and flossing regularly, Continue Reading →

GoodMouth delivers BPA-Free, high-quality toothbrushes to your door

I’m sure I’m not alone in this, but I always forget to replace my toothbrushes every two months, but guess what? There’s now a subscription service for that, too! GoodMouth not only replaces your brushes when it’s needed, they also donate two brushes or the equivalent in dental care to someone in need for each new subscription Continue Reading →

Ways to Save on Dental Care

Don’t have dental coverage? You’re in good company. The National Association of Dental Plans reports that in 2012, more than 40 percent of Americans lacked dental coverage. The Affordable Care Act now requires that all individual and small group market plans cover pediatric oral health services but not adult oral health. Even for those who Continue Reading →

Acidic Drinks Can Damage Kids’ Teeth Permanently, Expert Warns

 High acidity levels in soft drinks, fruit juice and sports beverages pose a threat to youngsters’ teeth, a new study reports. “Our research has shown that permanent damage to the tooth enamel will occur within the first 30 seconds of high acidity coming into contact with the teeth. This is an important finding and it Continue Reading →

Understanding Diabetes Gum Problems and Prevention

Dianne L. Sefo, RDH, BA From Colgate.com   Approximately 29 million Americans struggle with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and of this population, one in four is unaware of the condition.   Another one third of Americans have blood sugar levels that qualify them as prediabetic – blood sugar that Continue Reading →

CDA Cares has statewide impact as Pomona clinic nears

CDA and the CDA Foundation are gearing up for the second CDA Cares clinic to be held in Southern California. CDA Cares Pomona will take place Nov. 21-22 at the Pomona Fairplex, and volunteers are urged to get involved. “We’re excited to provide services again in Southern California because we want to help as many Continue Reading →