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Can Our Kids Eat Candy on Halloween?

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 10/31/2018

Dental Office Encino dentists discuss the effects candy can have on teeth.

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How Can You Stop Canker Sores?

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 06/28/2018

We strongly recommend visiting a dentist if you have a particularly persistent or painful canker sore.

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Simple Tips to Reduce Suffering During a Dental Emergency

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 06/28/2018

Dental Office Encino dentists discuss simple tips to reduce suffering during a dental emergency.

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A Chipped Tooth Needs to be Repaired to Prevent a New Cavity From Forming

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 11/28/2017

Even if a chip doesn’t cause sensitivity, you should still seek treatment and repair. The damaged tooth enamel could trap bacteria and food particles.

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Stopping Stains Whitens Teeth

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 09/28/2017

Exposure to staining agents from dark foods and beverages can saturate microscopic structures, setting stains deep into your tooth enamel.

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What Does Your Tongue Color Tell You About Your Health?

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 07/28/2017

Drs. Alan and Yonatan Howard discuss how the color of your tongue can tell you more than you think about your overall health.

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Strengthening Tooth Enamel with Fluoride Supplements

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 06/28/2017

If you aren’t getting adequate fluoride exposure in your average day, Dr. Alan M. Howard and Yonatan Howard might suggest a basic fluoride treatment.

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Are Tongue Scrapers Necessary?

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 02/28/2017

Naturally, we recommend considering all of your options when it comes to your oral health—include tongue scrapers.

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Nutrition Guide for Seniors

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 05/07/2016

Having a healthy and balanced diet can help you maintain a strong, functional, and natural smile throughout your life.

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Preventing Teeth Grinding

Dr. Alan M. Howard | 06/14/2015

Chronic teeth grinding can cause broken, loosened, or lost teeth. Bruxism can also cause excessive wear on the teeth.

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