Cavity Detection Is Included in a Dental Checkup

The American Dental Association recommends practicing a consistent oral hygiene routine to help reduce your chances of suffering from oral health problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. Along with brushing twice each day and flossing every evening, this also includes having a dental checkup performed twice each year by a professional dentist like Dr. Yong Eon Park.... read more »

Your Regular Dental Checkup Is Critical for Maintaining a Healthy Mouth

In the grand scheme of things, cavities are just one small problem that can afflict your oral health. Indeed, there are many different aspects that go into maintaining the kind of healthy mouth that can last a lifetime. While brushing and flossing are essential daily measures that help prevent gum disease and tooth decay, your twice-annual dental checkup at Bright... read more »

Dental Checkup and Cleaning: What to Expect

As you may already know, a dental checkup and cleaning is required every six months if you want to maintain a strong and successful oral health. So, if you’re due for your six month checkup, our Bright Dental Care team encourages you to call 661.588.2772 today and schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience. When you come in for your... read more »

Some Tips for Your Oral Health

If you’ve ever visited a dentist, you probably know that practicing sound oral care is important. For example, you’ve probably been told that you should visit your dentist once every six months for a routine cleaning and a checkup. While these steps are extremely important, there a few things you should consider doing from home if you’re interested in a... read more »

Drinking Water Is a Healthy Habit for Your Teeth

Humans are dependent on water. We need it not only to thrive, but just to keep up our major body functions. In fact, we are about 60% water ourselves. So it should come as no surprise that drinking enough water is crucial for our overall wellness. Drinking water also has some great benefits for oral health. One benefit that might... read more »

Coping with Dry Mouth

Do you have a hard time chewing, talking, or swallowing? Do you have a change in taste in your mouth and bad breath? If so, these are all conditions of dry mouth, a common condition where saliva production is decreased by the salivary glands in the mouth. In addition dry mouth may also cause the following: --Dryness in the mouth... read more »

Dealing With Different Kinds of Cavities

As you probably know, cavities are a common problem. Fortunately, cavities are less common than they have been in the past. Sadly, despite their prevalence cavities can be hard to identify. In reality, there are three different types of cavities. Of course, all cavities are caused by decay. In fact, the simplest type of cavity is surface decay. This type... read more »