Take Care of Your Smile with Cavity Prevention Treatments

To make sure you're taking care of your teeth correctly, remember it is essential to strengthen your tooth enamel so cavities cannot arise. A cavity occurs if a hole in a tooth becomes present. This, it is important to ensure your tooth enamel is strong enough to prevent cavities from forming. In order to protect your smile, it is important... read more »

Choosing the Right Mouthwash

From time to time, everyone can use a little help with their breath. It may be you had a lunch that is still lingering even after you leave the restaurant. You might need to tighten up your oral healthcare routine, or you may have a medical condition that is causing your bad breath. One way to cope with bad breath,... read more »

Beating Bad Breath

If you take a walk down the dental aisle at your local store, you will see plenty of mouthwashes and rinses designed to solve the problem of bad breath. Stop in at any gas station or convenience store and you can buy mints and gum that claim to give you fresher breath. There are many ways to beat bad breath,... read more »

Missing Teeth Require Dental Bridges

If you are missing any teeth, it is highly recommended that you consider replacing them with an effective treatment such as a dental bridge. The more teeth you have missing, the stronger the need for dental bridges. Here are a few facts about dental bridges: - Bridges can replace empty gaps created by missing teeth. - With the proper care,... read more »

Frowns Turn Upside Down When Fitted with Dental Crowns

Is your mouth happy or is it sad because of a single broken tooth or teeth? If so, fret not, and turn frowns upside down with fitted custom crowns. Custom dental crowns are designed to fit perfectly in your mouth on damaged or broken teeth for a durable hold that protects the tooth and increases its appearance and functionality. Listed... read more »

Can Sugarless Gum Really Help Your Teeth?

Did you know that chewing gum can benefit your oral health? Studies have shown that chewing sugarless gum for at least 20 minutes after a meal can help prevent tooth decay and cavities. The reason is because chewing gum promotes saliva production. Chewing gum with sugar would have the same effect, but any benefits gained from the saliva production would... read more »

The Top 4 Types of Food to Avoid This Season

The holiday season is finally here! With the season comes all the merry-makings of fantastic feasts, delightful sweets, and gingerbread treats. However, not all of the foods that come with the holiday seasons are good for our oral health. Some, if you are not careful, can even seriously damage our teeth and gums. Here is a list of the top... read more »

Medication Can Affect Your Oral Health

You probably know that there are a number of things you should do to protect your teeth. The health of your mouth can actually affect the health of your entire body. For this reason, we recommend being conscientious of the medications you take and telling our dentist about any medications you take. There are more than 400 medications that can... read more »

Enjoy the Holidays Mindfully

October is here, and our Regal Dentistry team in Riverside, California, along with Dr. Joel Manalese want to wish you and yours a healthy Halloween. To help you do this, we would like to share some tips from the American Dental Hygienists’ Association. To encourage our patients to find a balance between celebrating the holiday festivities and preserving those healthy... read more »

The Dental Terms to Know to Understand Your Dentist and Dental Team

Welcome to Regal Dentistry in Riverside, California, where we offer dental and orthodontic care in Riverside, California, and the surrounding areas. To help you better understand the dental language when you come into Regal Dentistry for your appointments, Dr. Joel Manalese and our team are happy to provide the definitions to the following common dental terms that you might hear around our office:... read more »