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Oshin Anjirghooli DMD Blog

A Parent’s Guide To A Cavity-Free Halloween

October 28, 2019

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children trick-or-treating

Your child’s pillowcase can hold over 1,600 pieces of candy when it’s completely stuffed, and with how cute they’re going to look in their costume, you can bank on that. Studies also show that after Halloween, kids can eat nearly three cups of sugar after they’ve finished munching on all of their spoils throughout the holidays, according to an article published by Fortune in 2017. So, what do these unbelievable (yet very real) statistics have to do with your child’s oral health? Read on to learn how you can avoid cavities and unexpected visits to the dentist this holiday season by following these oral health tips.


When You Chip Your Tooth, Follow These 5 Steps Right Away

September 26, 2019

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Man with chipped tooth

You’re enjoying a crunchy snack when all of a sudden part of your tooth breaks off. You panic at first, but then you notice that it isn’t causing you any pain. Not a big deal, right? Wrong! Any time one of your pearly whites is broken, regardless of whether it hurts or not, there’s a chance that it could lead to even bigger issues down the road, such as infections or further damage that causes you to lose the tooth altogether. To avoid these outcomes, follow these 5 first aid tips from your emergency dentist.


Set Your Child Up for Success With a Dental Checkup and Cleaning Before School Starts

August 22, 2019

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child smiling

Back-to-school season is usually described by parents as chaotic, exciting, or nightmarish. Having to fight the busy crowds of people for school supplies and make sure your child has everything they need to be successful academically is stressful. There’s one task you may be forgetting on your to-do list before the first day of school though… a trip to your dentist in West Hollywood for a checkup and cleaning. Read on to learn why scheduling their visit before school starts is the best time.


Prepare Your Summer Smile at Your Dentist in West Hollywood!

June 20, 2019

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Woman smiling summer

Perhaps you’ve been asked to be the best man or the maid of honor at your friend’s wedding. Or maybe there’s someone in your family graduating soon. Or it could be that your spouse is planning on taking photos during your vacation that they plan to share with their friends on Facebook. There are plenty of events during the summer where you’ll want a smile you can show off for the camera. Here are some ways your dentist in West Hollywood can help you get ready!


Let Your Dentist in West Hollywood Save Your Tooth!

May 29, 2019

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person talking to dentist

May is National Save Your Tooth Month, so take the time to learn how you can preserve your smile so it lasts a lifetime! Sometimes, tooth loss and decay may not be preventable, if that’s the case, your dentist in West Hollywood may still be able to help save your tooth. You can save your natural tooth from extraction by exploring treatments such as root canal therapy! Keep your smile bright and healthy by learning about the impact of regular preventive dentistry and learn what you can do to keep your grin looking as good as new below.


Your Dentist in West Hollywood Reveals the Link Between Gum Health and Alzheimer’s

April 14, 2019

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person getting their teeth cleaned

Not keeping up with your oral health can put you at risk for a lot more than bad breath. In fact, it could be putting your brain health on the line. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, about 5.8 million Americans are living with the brain disorder. Recent studies have established a link between gum disease and Alzheimer’s. Scientists now believe that fortifying your oral health could be the key to reducing your risk of developing this brain disorder when you’re older. Read on to learn how visiting your dentist in West Hollywood could help protect your memory when you’re older.