Why Do I Need to Rinse?

Your dentist, Dr. Paul L. Evans, encourages you to include rinsing with mouthwash in your oral hygiene routine. But have you ever wondered why? Well, our dental team will be happy to tell you why! Whether you believe it or not, rinsing can help your smile in a myriad of ways. Those ways are: -Mouthwash can eliminate your bad breath.... read more »

Dental Hygiene Tips for Your October Smile

Because October is celebrated as National Dental Hygiene Month, our dental team at Paul L. Evans, DDS has some tips to share today about how to promote good oral health for yourself and the people you care about.   The ADA (American Dental Association) promotes brushing your pearly whites twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush. You want to pick... read more »

Invisalign® for Your Healthy Smile

When it comes to aligning your smile, Invisalign® is not only good for your teeth but your oral health as well. The American Dental Association (ADA) has found that an aligned smile is good for your overall health, as well as taking care of those oral issues incurred from a misaligned bite, including chewing difficulties, problems with the jaw, and wear... read more »

Understanding the Progression of Gum Disease

Gum disease is the inflammation and infection of the gum tissues that needlessly afflicts the oral health of millions of Americans each year. When poor oral hygiene habits fail to remove plaque and stray food particles from your teeth and gumline, they inevitably harden into tartar. This constant bacterial exposure at the gumline causes inflammation and a potential infection of... read more »

Home Care for a Dental Implant

Dental implants in Grass Valley, California, are strong, reliable, and successful dental restorations that can give you the full, beautiful, and natural-looking smile you’ve always wanted. In fact, the dental implant can last a lifetime if you take good care of it. So, today our Paul L. Evans, DDS team wants to give you the tips you need to keep... read more »

Make Sure to Include Your New Crown in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new crown restores the full function and appearance of a tooth that was fractured, damaged or suffered from severe tooth decay. Even though your new crown is made from materials that are not subject to tooth decay, it will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene routine. Bacteria, food particles, residual sugar in the mouth develop... read more »

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