#TeamSpotlight – Maria, RDA ! Today’s #TeamSpotlight is Maria! As many of you know, Maria has been with Marina Tooth Fairy Dental for many years and we could not be happier. October is National Dental Hygiene month. Even though we are shining light to all the wonderful dental hygienists, it is important to remember that
Before & After Series: An Updated Smile Do you ever lack confidence simply because of the way you look? First impressions are important for many different occasions whether it’s a job interview or a first date. They aren’t just affected by what you say or how you act, but also the way you’re dressed or
Invisalign® Day is almost here! Appointments are still available! Call our office at (415) 409-3368 to schedule your appointment today. #InvislaignDay #ClearBraces #Invisalign #SmileSelfie #MarinaToothFairyDental #DrHibretBenjamin #SanFranciscoDentist
Before & After Series: Acid Erosion Ceramic crowns were made to protect the patient’s remaining enamel from further erosion and secondary decay. By doing so, we were also able to achieve great aesthetic transformation. Dr. Benjamin is a Smile Virtual Specialist! With just 3 small steps in the comfort of your own home,
Need a cleaning? Busy Schedule? No problem! Appointments available 7AM to 7PM. We are also available Saturdays!
Are you preparing for back to school? How about just preparing for the end of the year festivities? It’s Friday! Summer is quickly coming to an end. While you’re busy shopping for back to school, or prepping for the fall & winter seasons, don’t forget to schedule your regular #DentalCleanings today! #MouthHealthy #BackToSchool #MarinaToothFairyDental #DrHibretBenjamin
Make education a continuing, never-ending process. – Nido R Qubein At Marina Tooth Fairy Dental, we are proud to say that we are always making dental education a top priority. Dr. Benjamin is always trying to make an effort to learn what is new and improving in dentistry today. It is important to her to
Cavities, or tooth decay, is a fairly common dental ailment, particularly in children or young adults. Even though most of our patients are familiar with what cavities are, we find that many are still surprised when we tell them they have a cavity! That’s because many cavities, especially early on, do not cause tooth pain
& may not be visible to the untrained eye.