Posts Tagged ‘ fresno family dentist ’

Fresno Dentists Challenge You to Quiz Yourself: Dental Implants

Jul 26th, 2012 | By

Q1. What are dental implants? A. Tooth replacement B. Cosmetic dentistry C. Restorative dentistry D. All of the above   Q2. What makes dental implants different from dentures? A. Dental implants are implanted into the jawbone. B. Dental implants are easier to maintain. C. Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper dental care. D.

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Sleep Apnea FAQs Answered by Your Fresno Dentists

Jul 17th, 2012 | By

What is sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is a disorder involving several pauses in breathing and low breathing periods during sleep. Apneas, or periods during which the patient holds his or her breath, can occur for a few seconds to a couple of minutes at a time and up to 30 times in one hour. Many

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Does Ice Cream Make Your Teeth Scream? Fresno Dentist Explains Tooth Sensitivity

Jul 12th, 2012 | By

This summer you may be looking forward to the simple pleasures in life, like drinking ice cold lemonade on the porch, patronizing your local snow cone stand, or enjoying an ice cream cone on a hot day. However, if you have tooth sensitivity, the thought of eating snow cones, biting into ice cream, or drinking

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Looking for Dentist in Fresno? See What Our Patients Think

Jul 9th, 2012 | By

Fresno Dentists Welcome New Patients My family recently relocated to Fresno, CA and we were in need of a dentist. We are grateful to have found this office. From the excellent phone customer service, clean and modern facility, Fresno dentists,  Drs Claudia and Alex Denes delivering the treatment our family needed, this is an outstanding

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“Should I Replace a Missing Tooth?” How could dental implants help?

Jun 29th, 2012 | By

Have you lost a tooth to an injury, experienced the devastation of periodontal infection or the pain of an abscessed tooth? Dental trauma, gum disease, and tooth decay are all common reasons for adult tooth loss. Losing a molar, or an anterior tooth, can make chewing and speaking difficult. If you have lost an incisor,

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The Importance of Dental Checkups After 40: Oral Cancer

Jun 12th, 2012 | By

Over 40? Schedule a Dental Exam With age comes more responsibility for taking care of your health. After 40, women are encouraged to get mammograms and check for breast cancer more frequently. Men over 40 are told to have colon cancer screenings and annual testosterone level checks. Several types of cancers and health conditions become

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Fresno Geriatric Dentistry Focuses on Alzheimer’s Risk

Jun 1st, 2012 | By

Why Dental Checkups are Important for Geriatric Patients Professional dental care is recommended by the American Dental Association for at least once every six months. Geriatric patients, however, may benefit from more frequent dental visits, to prevent gum disease.  With 5 million people already suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, studies suggest that with the Baby Boomer

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Dental Fears and Phobias: How Sedation Dentistry can Help

May 8th, 2012 | By

Dental Phobia and Sedation Dentistry Dental phobias can be debilitating. People with extreme fears of the dentist avoid dental treatment at all costs, including the high price of suffering severe toothache, tooth loss, and gum disease. While many of our patients do not need extra help relaxing in the dental chair, some people with dental

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Common Causes of Adult Tooth Loss

Apr 29th, 2012 | By

The leading cause of tooth loss among American adults is gum disease, which effects approximately 80 percent of the population. There are, however, several other causes of adult tooth loss. Today, Fresno dentists Dr. Claudia Denes and Dr. Alex Denes want to discuss these causes to raise your awareness and help you keep your natural

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Dental Emergencies: What to Do

Apr 24th, 2012 | By

Unlike scraping your knee or spraining your ankle, dental emergencies can be very serious and usually require attention from your dentist. Of course, there are varying levels of severity when it comes to dental injuries. Today, Fresno dentists Dr. Claudia Denes and Dr. Alex Denes want to discuss what you should do in the event

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