The Importance of Good Dental Health During the Pandemic

July 26, 2021

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During COVID-19, there have been delays in dental care for many families. Children whose dental problems might have been easily taken care of in an office may have had to wait to see a dentist. Since teeth don't get better on their own, those problems could get worse and need more treatment.


Why Is Good Oral Health Important?

Cavities, also known as tooth decay, are the most common disease in children and adults. It is preventable, but once tooth decay begins, it will get worse over time. Dentists were not able to see patients at the beginning of the pandemic except for emergencies. As we began to re-open our office, we encourage you to make regular dental visits to keep you and your family's dental health on track. Call (916) 967-0358 to schedule an appointment today.


Prevent Dental Problems at Home

Practicing good dental habits at home is a great way to protect you and your family's teeth during the pandemic and every day.

Sudha (Billing Coordinator), Shilpa (Dental Assistant), Dr Selvanathan, Carolyn (Hygienist), Amber (Dental Assistant)


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