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Why Should I get Dental Braces?

Fix your Smile and Change Your Life with Dental Braces In the past, people associated braces with high orthodontist bills, complaining teenagers and uncomfortable braces worn sometimes for years. Braces were a rite of passage for many young people who could afford them. Other people who wanted to fix their smile and improve their health Continue Reading

It’s the Little Things that Count: Dental Care Without the Cost

Ever wonder why your teeth aren’t perfect, no matter how often you brush? When it comes to oral hygiene, it’s the little things that count. Brushing may be the most common form of cleaning, but it’s not the only one. Jesus Medina Jr., DDS of Las Vegas offers some tips for maintaining your smile, even Continue Reading

Boo! Tooth Decay Will Lead to a Frightening Smile this Halloween

Halloween is the time of year for ghosts and goblins….and the day after for toothaches and sugar crashes. Parents know all too well that kids never obey the “just one piece tonight” rule when they’ve got a whole pile of trick r’ treats in front of them, and all that sugar leads to rotten teeth Continue Reading

5 Natural Ways to Reduce Your Lifetime Dental Cost

It’s no secret that dental work can be expensive and time consuming, so much so that many people put off having necessary dental work done in order to save money. Dr. Jesus Medina Jr., DDS looks to help you save your money by offering these tips for keeping your teeth clean outside of the dental Continue Reading

Questions About Dentures and Dental Services?

You’ve heard the terms before: partial dentures, full dentures, fixed bridges, removable dentures.   For anyone who grew up with the cartoon notion of dentures as a set of clacking teeth you might be surprised at the sophistication and variety of dental appliances that are available to restore your smile — and your ability eat all Continue Reading

Too Much of a Good Thing: Over-Flossing Your Teeth

What’s the first question you are asked at a dentist’s appointment? Chances are, it’s something about the frequency of your flossing. Most of us don’t floss enough. However, did you know you could be doing it too much? Flossing is an extremely important part of your oral care routine. It helps to prevent gum disease Continue Reading