#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
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!
Our team has been caring for our community for a while now & we’ve noticed many patients come to us with the same questions over & over again. Always feel free to ask us questions when you have them! In the meantime, check out the FAQ & answers below to learn more about your oral health.
You’re used to going to the dentist & just seeing the doctor, the hygienist & maybe a dental assistant. But now you’ve been told you need to see a periodontist too. Now you’re thinking, “Perio-what?”
There is more than one type of dental procedure that may be casually referred to as a cleaning. For example, there is a regular cleaning & then there is what is referred to a deep cleaning. It’s important to understand that there is a big difference between these procedures & implications that each of these procedures have when it comes to your oral health.
Everyone knows about cavities & how they affect your teeth and your oral health, but you never hear very much about gum disease. What is
gum disease? How can you protect your gums and teeth from gum disease? And what causes it anyway?