We are open for dental emergencies during COVID-19. Contact our office to discuss your dental needs. We are following all OSHA and CDC requirements to practice safe social distancing and sanitary efforts in our office to ensure our patients health and wellbeing.
If you are dealing with tooth pain, how do you know if it is an emergency versus something you can deal with for a few weeks. With concerns about COVID-19, Sunset Dental Care is focused on providing emergency dental procedures. Here are some dental procedures that are deemed emergency. Are you in pain that keeps […]
Have you ever dealt with a tooth pain that keeps you up at night? Calling our Sunset Dental office is the best thing you can do to schedule an emergency dental appointment. However, if you find yourself in the middle of nowhere out camping, or you are not able to come into the dental office […]
One of the first things people notice about another person is their smile. As so many people notice smiles, it’s no wonder why we all strive for beautiful, healthy, white teeth. However, many habits seem to ruin the whiteness of teeth including; coffee, wine, smoking, teas, fruit juices, and other dark colored liquids and foods. […]
Your mouth is home to millions of bacteria. Since the digestion process starts here, you would expect this about bacteria. However, after you have chewed and swallowed food, some particles remain embedded between teeth. These combine with bacteria to form plaque, the main cause of gum disease, gingivitis and cavities. Unless you take action to […]
According to the American Sleep Association, 10% of adults are affected by bruxism, commonly known as teeth grinding. Occasional teeth grinding is usually harmless, but consistent teeth grinding can cause damage to your teeth. Causes of Bruxism Teeth grinding can be caused by a variety of things. Though it mostly occurs during sleep, it can […]