Pasadena Family Dentistry Blog

6 Simple Home Remedies for Toothaches

July 11, 2023

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woman on her couch in a brown sweater and sweatpants with her hands pressed to her jaw

Toothaches can be a major inconvenience, and anyone is susceptible. They often result from infection beneath the gum line, damaged teeth, or nerve irritation. If left untreated, they can progress into tooth decay or gum disease and can cause serious damage to your oral health.

If you have a sore tooth, it’s important to address it early on in order to avoid a potential dental emergency down the road. Call your dentist to make an appointment, and while you wait, you can try these at-home remedies to alleviate the pain.


What is The Purpose of Fluoride?

May 12, 2023

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fluoride pouring into the shape of a tooth

If you’ve been to the dentist for a checkup recently, you may have been caught off guard when they asked you whether or not you wanted a fluoride treatment. Fluoride is one of those things that just about everyone has heard of, but relatively few people fully understand the importance of.

If you want to learn a little bit more about what fluoride can do for you, here are some examples of what it’s used for and why it’s crucial to the quality of your teeth.


How Your Dentist Can Give You a Leg Up This Valentine’s Day

February 7, 2023

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This Valentine’s Day, you’re going to want to make the best impression possible. That means doing your hair and dressing well, but there’s one more thing that you ought to consider: your oral health!

One study from found that the number one thing that people look for in a romantic partner is a great smile. Another survey by Dentavox found that 68% of people have decided not to date someone because of their teeth. If you want to flash a smile that’ll make the best impression possible, here are some things that you can try.


How Can I Correct or Improve My Smile on a Budget?

January 4, 2023

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Are you struggling with one or several dental flaws in your smile? Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, you don’t have to live with teeth you aren’t proud to show off. While there are various treatment options to choose from, you may be wondering if the cost will be too much. Fortunately, you won’t have to break the bank to create your dream smile. Read on to learn how you can enhance your pearly whites on a budget.


Stocking Stuffer Ideas That are Good for your Child’s Teeth

December 23, 2022

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It isn’t the holidays without a set of stockings hung up on the mantle. But the typical stocking stuffers—caramels and candy canes—can be pretty rough on your kids’ teeth. Fortunately, there are some gifts that fill out a stocking, that your children will love, and that will actually prevent oral health problems. If you want some tooth-healthy stocking stuffer ideas, here are a few that your kids will love.


5 Ways to Show You Appreciate Your Teeth This Thanksgiving

November 15, 2022

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Woman taking a family picture during Thanksgiving

You have plenty of reasons to be thankful for your teeth. They’re what let you enjoy your favorite holiday foods, and they make it easy to speak and smile around your loved ones. But if you don’t take good care of your teeth, you could end up losing the blessings they provide. This Thanksgiving, show your teeth how grateful you are by keeping them safe with these 5 holiday oral health tips.


Does Dental Insurance Cover Emergency Dentistry?

October 7, 2022

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Did you know 1 in 6 Americans has a dental emergency every year? A friendly game of soccer or slipping on wet cement can result in oral trauma. Whether a dental injury, toothache, or another issue has interrupted your day, you need to see an emergency dentist right away. You likely have several questions and concerns, like how you’re going to pay the bill, but there’s no reason to worry. Your dental insurance covers more than cleanings and checkups. Here’s how you can use your coverage to stop your pain and save your smile. 


New Year, New You: Resolutions for a Healthier Smile

January 11, 2022

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We’ve officially made it to 2022! Have you started working on your list of New Year’s resolutions? If you’re like most people, you’re probably brainstorming ways to increase your health and wealth. Well, by choosing to make your resolutions about your dental care, you can create a win-win situation for both your oral health and financial situation. That said, here are some ideas that’ll help you keep a healthy smile all year long!


5 Ways to Make Your Thanksgiving Dinner Mouth-Healthy

November 4, 2021

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It’s officially November, which means Thanksgiving is right around the corner! This special time of the year is about more than just showing gratitude and reconnecting with loved ones – you get to feast on all the delicious seasonal foods your heart desires! Unfortunately, this day of indulgence can be a nightmare for your oral health. By taking the following steps to protect your oral health, you can have a healthy Thanksgiving and keep your smile in its very best shape this holiday season.   


Get Your New Crown Before the Year Ends – Here’s Why!

October 29, 2021

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Have you been told by your dentist that you’re in need of a new dental crown? It seems like it would be much easier to put off this task until 2022 comes around and your schedule clears up, but this isn’t the best idea for your smile or your wallet. This restoration is crucial for your oral health, and you want to ensure that you’re maximizing your dental insurance benefits. Continue reading to learn what can happen if you put off getting your restoration as well as how your dental insurance plays a role.

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