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Newport Dental Group

At Newport Dental Group, your dental health is our number one priority. Our doctors have years of experience providing excellent dental care to Costa Mesa and the surrounding communities, and we pride ourselves on our fun, friendly and welcoming office environment.
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1835 Newport BlvdSuite E267
Costa Mesa

Newport Dental Group Location 1835 Newport Blvd., Suite E267 Costa Mesa, CA 92627

We have recently switched to using distilled water in our water lines for doing our procedures.
As you know, distilled water has eliminated the bacteria from the water making dentistry possible under complete sterile environment.

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Some People Are More Prone to Getting Cavities Than Others - Why Is That?
Posted on 3/25/2019 by Sean Saghatchi
Most people will admit that they've had at least one cavity in their lives, while others have a mouth full of fillings. While there are certainly steps you can take to reduce your risk, some people are more prone to getting cavities than others. When you understand if you are in this group, you can take the steps needed to protect your teeth. Genetics and Cavities Cavities form when oral bacteria break down sugars. Throughout this process, bacteria can get stuck in crevices of the teeth, and decay may result. In some cases, the shape of your teeth or amount of saliva your mouth produces may make you more susceptible to cavities, both of which may be determined by genetics. Some people have naturally deep crevices in the teeth, and while this is perfectly normal, it makes it easier for bacteria to cause cavities. What Can You Do? While you can change your genetics, there are ways that you can protect your teeth. Good oral hygiene is the first step, as brushing and flossing will help to keep deep crevices free of plaque, debris, and other germs. Specifically, using toothpaste with fluoride can reduce your cavity risk. Dental sealants can also help to protect your teeth against cavities, especially if you have deep grooves. This simple procedure involves placing a water-proof material into the deep crevices, and it hardens to form a protective barrier. These seals will prevent sugar and bacteria from getting into these gaps and causing damage. If you suspect that your teeth may be prone to cavities due to genetics or any other issue, it is important to take preventive efforts. Give us a call today to set up a consultation. We'll inspect your teeth to look for existing signs of decay and can help to protect your teeth against future cavities....

How Long Does it Take to Adjust a Dental Crown?
Posted on 3/15/2019 by Sean Saghatchi
If you need a dental crown, you may be wondering how long the procedure takes. Typically, the process takes two appointments, each of which is fairly short in duration. Fortunately, with a beautiful new crown that looks just like your natural teeth, the time spent in our dental office is well worth it. At Your First Dental Appointment Your first dental appointment will be the longer of the two. It involves preparing and shaping the tooth to receive the crown, and then we'll take an impression. This impression is what is sent off to the dental laboratory so a perfectly-sized crown can be produced. At that time, we'll place a temporary crown onto your teeth, and the whole process can take anywhere from 30-60 minutes. About two weeks later, you'll come back for your second appointment. During this time, a dental laboratory will have fabricated your permanent crown, which we will cement into place. You are usually in a n out of our office pretty quickly, as we can usually finish this step in less than 30 minutes. Dental Crown Adjustments In some cases, your dental crown may need to be adjusted. Your crown should feel natural to the point where you don't notice it. However, if you feel pain or sensitivity when you eat or bite, or if the crown doesn't seem to fit properly, please let us know. We can inspect the crown for signs of wear or damage, and if none exist, we'll simply refit the crown to better accommodate your mouth. Again, this process is relatively quick, unless the problem is a result of further decay or another dental issue. In these cases, we will have to treat the problem before refitting your crown. Whether you have a problem with an existing crown or you need a new crown, give us a call today to set up your appointment....

Biting Down on Your Teeth Should Not Hurt
Posted on 2/25/2019 by Sean Saghatchi
Is it normal to experience pain occasionally when biting down? Is this just part of having adult teeth, or a sign of something more serious to consider treatment for? Early Warnings Your teeth should never hurt when you bite down. When it does, that is an advance indicator of hidden dental problems plaguing your mouth. Ranging from the critical to the mild, you may be suffering from any number of treatable issues that we can help assuage. Dental health issues may be caused by poor oral hygiene or infection, leading to cavities and gum disease. Sudden sources of pain may be from injury, whether recent or just recently acting up, or other trauma to the mouth. For long term issues, improper seating of your jaw bones or teeth may be the culprit, or you may be one of the many people who unconsciously grind their teeth. Early Dental Treatments Regardless of the source of pain, there are many solutions that can be tailored to your needs. For tooth care and dental health issues, cleaning and following proper hygiene routines may be recommended. For more severe disease and damage fillings, root canals, or extraction may be needed. For issues that have affected you for a longer period of time over your life, braces, bridges, and other long term care appliances may be necessary. Regardless, the cure will definitely be better than allowing the problem to continue. Everyone's mouth is different, so if you are suffering from pain when you bite down, we will work with you to ease the symptoms and treat the cause. Don't let an aching mouth ruin your ability to smile, give us a call today to set up your appointment and prepare to go home afterwards with a healthier, happier set of teeth!...

All Posts:

Some People Are More Prone to Getting Cavities Than Others - Why Is That?
How Long Does it Take to Adjust a Dental Crown?
Biting Down on Your Teeth Should Not Hurt
Best Ways of Whitening Your Smile in a Short Amount of Time
Is the Quality of All ADA-Approved Oral Products the Same?
How to Maintain High Oral Health While on a Tight Budget
Why Do Teeth Become Sensitive to Sugar?
Why Do Teeth Become Increasingly Yellow as We Get Older?
Why Do Teeth Become Increasingly Yellow as We Get Older?
When Tooth Sensitivity Gets Bad Enough to Require Medication, We Can Help
Times Where a Ridge Augmentation Is Necessary
There Are No Good Reasons for Loose Teeth in Adults
The Reason You Should Wait to Brush for 30 Minutes After Eating
The Damage Acids Really do to Your Teeth
Is Sanitizing Your Toothbrush Necessary for Good Oral Health?
Is Rinsing Your Teeth After Brushing Beneficial or Detrimental?
Should You Get a Root Canal or Extraction?
How Bonding Helps with Dental Discoloration
What Does Tartar Do to Your Teeth?
What Does Stress Do to Your Mouth?
Water is Incredibly Important for Good Oral Health
Three Things to Never Do with Dental Veneers
What Dental Problems Can a Crown Help to Fix?
Type of Damage Your Teeth Take When You Regularly Clench Them
Why a Toothache Should Never Get Ignored
Where Do You Currently Store Your Toothbrush?
What is the Right Quantity of Toothpaste to Use?
Vegetables are the Healthiest Snack for Your Oral Health
Better Oral Health Can Come With Weight Loss
3 Fun Ways to Relax When Sitting in a Dental Chair
When to Visit Your Dentist Between Standard Appointments
When Rocking Teeth for an Extraction, What Happens to Your Jaw?
What Really Qualifies as a Dental Emergency?
What Really Happens When Toothpaste Expires?
What Puts You At Risk for More Cavities?
What Part of Water Helps Your Teeth Stay Healthier?
Soaking Your Toothbrush Properly Can Help Keep It Sanitized
Signs You Are Not Brushing As Well As You Could

1835 Newport Blvd Suite E267
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Monday-Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm by appointment.
Sunday: Closed

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