Got Missing Teeth? 2020 is the Year to Get Them Replaced

Got Missing Teeth? 2020 is the Year to Get Them Replaced

Did you know that an average adult has at least three decayed or missing teeth? This is according to the American Dental Association. If you have any missing teeth, there are options available to help you improve the look of your smile. You do not have to live in fear...
Cosmetic Dentistry – How Can It Improve My Smile?

Cosmetic Dentistry – How Can It Improve My Smile?

One of the first things that people notice when they talk to you is your smile and your teeth. If you are unhappy with the way your teeth look, you may find yourself hiding behind your hand or avoiding laughing at even some of the funniest jokes. This is no way to...
Dental Implants: Tell Me More

Dental Implants: Tell Me More

If you have been told that dental implants would be a good choice for you, you may be wondering what exactly they are and how they work. A dental implant is best known as a tooth replacement option that consists of an artificial tooth root that is made from titanium...
Did You Know You Need to Have Your Teeth Cleaned Regularly? Here’s Why

Did You Know You Need to Have Your Teeth Cleaned Regularly? Here’s Why

Patients who visit our La Habra office often ask us how often they need to come see Dr. Kenneth Cho. The answer is generally, every six months. Not only do we recommend a six-month dental checkup interval, so does the American Dental Association and the reason is – to...
A Great Smile can Boost Your Self-Confidence and Help You Win Back Your Social Life

A Great Smile can Boost Your Self-Confidence and Help You Win Back Your Social Life

In our image-centered society where people judge one another by selfies posted on social media, appearances carry a lot of weight. This is why, if you have poor oral health and problems with your teeth, it can severely affect your self-confidence and your ability to...
Bleeding Gums: A Sign of Gum Disease

Bleeding Gums: A Sign of Gum Disease

A common source of concern for many adults is the prevalence bleeding gums and gum disease. In fact, a recent study in the Journal of Dental Research found that among adults aged 30 or older in the United States, almost 50 percent have gum disease. In the 2009 and...
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