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Stop Tooth Decay in Its Tracks With Fillings Jun 15th, 2020

Many people think that teeth are made of bone. Actually, the outer layer of your teeth is composed of enamel, a substance that is actually stronger than bone. Even though enamel is the strongest material in your body, it can be weakened by decay, exposing the softer, weaker inner areas...

5 Foods and Habits to Avoid for the Health of Your Teeth May 19th, 2020

The outer layer of your teeth is made of enamel, the strongest substance in your body. However, this layer can decay or be damaged, exposing the inner layers of your teeth. There are a number of things you can do to keep your teeth healthy, including having regular professional dental...

Recognizing The Early Signs of Gum Disease Apr 9th, 2020

When it comes to oral health, most people think about their teeth and don’t think much about their gums. They may have heard of gum disease, but may not know exactly what it is and couldn’t recognize the early signs. If caught early, gum disease can easily be treated and...

The Versatility of Dental Crowns Mar 17th, 2020

Teeth are extremely important both for how you look and how you feel. Very few people start out with perfect teeth, and time can definitely take its toll on your teeth. Cosmetic dental care restores your teeth, allowing you to chew and speak normally and comfortably, and also have a...

When a Tooth Needs to Be Extracted Feb 18th, 2020

You’ll probably agree that getting a tooth pulled sounds like no fun, and we’d agree with you. That said, there are a number of different occasions when it becomes necessary to extract a tooth for your oral and overall health. At Morning Dental, we take pride in providing a comfortable...

Start the Year Off Right With a Preventive Dental Exam Jan 15th, 2020

You’ve probably heard the old saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This is especially true when it comes to your smile and oral health. While the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) generally recommend that most adults...

Adjusting to Life With Dentures Dec 1st, 2019

Do you feel embarrassed about your smile because of missing teeth? If so, you may be a good candidate for removable dentures. Bao Nguyen, DDS, and Michael Florman, DDS, at Morning Dental in Huntington Beach and Santa Ana, California, can give you quality, realistic-looking dentures, which can help you eat,...

How a Root Canal Can Save a Tooth Nov 1st, 2019

Do you have a tooth that’s been badly injured, infected, or is suffering from decay? Is the tooth in question becoming dark in color and causing you pain or discomfort? If so, a root canal could be a good option to save your tooth and leave you pain-free. At Morning...

Can Your Mouth and Gum Disease Really Cause Heart Problems? Oct 1st, 2019

If you’re over 30, there’s a 50-50 chance you have gum disease. Gum disease is an extremely common condition that develops when plaque collects on your teeth, irritating gums and causing inflammation. Gum disease is bad for your oral health because it can cause bone deterioration and loosen teeth. But...

Professional Teeth Whitening: It's a Quick and Easy Way to Instantly Look Younger Sep 6th, 2019

Do you brush and floss regularly but still feel like your teeth lack sparkle? Are your yellow teeth making you look older than your years? Perhaps it's time to consider professional teeth whitening. At Morning Dental with offices in Santa Ana and Huntington Beach, California, Drs. Bao Nguyen and Michael...

These Common Bad Habits Could be Ruining Your Teeth Aug 7th, 2019

Show off a healthy smile with teeth that are white, straight, and free of chips, gum erosion, and decay. Your everyday habits play a large role in your overall oral health. Good hygiene is a crucial step in protecting your teeth, but so is the way you treat your teeth....