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Different Types of Dental Cleaning

New patients of Dr. Antoine Sayegh’s Glendora dental practice might be surprised by recommendations given to them regarding dental cleaning. At some dental offices, dental cleaning appointments are all created equal. But, at ImplantASmile.com, during your initial exam, we may determine your dental health requires more frequent or even deeper cleaning than what other dentists […]

Jaw Pain & TMJ Dysfunction

  Do you wake up in the morning with headaches and a sore jaw? Do your ears ache? Do you sometimes hear “popping sounds” in your ears at time of opening and closing your jaw? Does your jaw lock or stay on one side or both sides when you open your mouth? Does your jaw […]

Missing Teeth? Consider Mini Implants

Are you missing teeth? People lose teeth for many reasons: Teeth can grow in at an odd angle, overcrowding your mouth. Cavities can cause infections, which can damage teeth. For myriad reasons, dentists sometimes need to extract teeth. Teeth and crowns can break, leading to tooth loss. Unrepaired broken crowns can lead to additional dental […]

Healthy Resolutions

A Healthy Mouth Leads to a Healthy Body  One of the great things about starting a new year is the opportunity to make a fresh start. In the United States, the most common new year’s resolutions pertain to health. Since we are committed to helping improve our patients’ overall health, we would like to take […]

Dental-Related Holiday Gifts

Since the holidays are here, you are probably on a tireless search for the perfect gift or stocking stuffer. We’ve got some great ideas for dental care-related gifts at several different price points, all of which are fun as well as functional! Toothbrush Basic? Maybe. Important? Always. Creative? Potentially! The perfect size for a stocking […]

10 Steps for Taking Care of Your Teeth this Holiday Season

Holiday Dental Hijinks After turning the corner on Halloween, we have officially entered the holiday season. Even though you are probably juggling a full calendar, don’t let yourself become overwhelmed at the expense of your teeth. November 1 through January 1 is critical for dental health, because so many festivities center around food.