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Teeth Friendly Foods

Food naturally sticks to teeth and can affect people in negative ways. Plaque, cavities and bad breath can all be a side effect of the food we eat but some foods can also aid in oral health. Leafy greens are well known to be good for digestive health and packed full of iron and fiber …

Dental Benefits Will Expire Soon

December 31 marks the end of the planning year for most insurance companies, especially ones that focus on dental care. This means that any benefits still remaining in their accounts will be forfeit and will not be carried over to the next year. Those premium benefits will simply no longer exist. It is like throwing …

Stress and Oral Dental Health

Stress is a common culprit when it comes to sudden and mysterious health issues. It is commonly known that stress can cause both mental and physical health issues like trouble sleeping and weight gain but stress can also affect oral health.  Therefore it is an important to get  dental cleanings and examinations at least twice …

Video Conferencing with a Smile

Video conferencing for work and school are taking place through webcams worldwide and becoming an increasingly popular way to communicate. What is seen through monitors is not meant to be a view into anyone’s personal life, but it is. Every little thing they see or hear will give an impression - so make sure it …

Dental Safety is Our Priority

This year has been a trying and troubling year. The Department of Health and Human Services for Nevada announced that seniors are the most impacted by the Covid-19 virus which makes every smile and grin all the more important. Dental implants, painless and simple additions to the jaw, will fill in the gaps of any …

Importance of Dental Implants

Teeth are one of the most unique things about a person and help us connect to the world and each other through anything from trying a new dish to smiling or telling a joke. Sometimes, teeth will fall out or begin to decay and the topic of dental implants might come up. What are Dental …

New Safety Procedures

During these unprecedented times, we are taking new precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and our team. Updated Safety Procedures: When confirming or scheduling our front desk team will remind patients that there will be added safety protocols during their visit. There will be up to 2 patients allowed in the waiting room …

Operating On An Emergency Basis

We Are Operating On An Emergency Basis Due To The Recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak. Our front office team is here to help.  They will be answering calls Monday-Friday from 9-5 but we are only treating urgent cases such as pain, infections, swelling, etc. Stay Safe and Stay Healthy.  This Too Shall Pass. Please Watch And …

Dental Checkups After the Coronavirus Pandemic Subsides

When life as we know it returns, feel absolutely confident that our Las Vegas Smile Dental Office is sanitized and our dentist, dental hygienist and staff apply the proper Covid-19 sanitizing measures for keeping you safe.  Not everybody wants to go to the dentist every six months, especially during the Covid-19, however, when the risk …

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

The reason why children have their own dentists is simple, tiny teeth require a whole new set of considerations. Caring for children’s teeth sets the framework for the adult teeth on the way, and the oral hygiene habits they will retain for many years. Here are a few reasons to book an appointment with a …