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The old days of wearing false teeth that come in and out of your mouth are far gone. We now have better options that are scientifically and clinically proven.

It’s back to school time! If you or your children participate in any organized sports, you should consider getting a mouthguard.

We often see people on TV flashing their pearly whites with confidence. Did you know that most celebrities got cosmetic dental work done?

October is National Dental Hygiene Month. This month, we will discuss the link between gum disease and systemic diseases.

Summer is here! Is your smile bright, white and beach-ready? Are your teeth stained? Are your teeth normally too sensitive for normal teeth whitening treatment?

Baby teeth, known as primary teeth, usually starts to erupt through the gums between 6 months to one year of age. The tooth buds actually start to form under the gums around the second trimester of pregnancy.

At Dr. Rebecca Bae, DDS, we strive to keep technology current and beneficial to all our patients. We are excited to introduce a new radiation-free cavity detection tool called CariVu™.

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM). 2016 marks the 75th year observing this nationwide program. Each February, the American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors…

Tooth decay (dental caries, cavities) is the most common chronic disease of children and adolescents aged 6 to 19 years1. The American Dental Association (ADA) believes fluoridating public water…

Everyone seems to want straight, white teeth these days no matter what age or gender. One of the primary concerns people often have about straightening teeth, is the esthetic impact…

Are you constantly chewing gum, popping in breath mints, or using mouth rinse often? Are you self-conscious or embarrassed of your bad breath? You may be one of the 80 million people that suffer from halitosis, or bad breath.

Few months ago, we discussed the link between gum disease and preterm labor, low birth weight and stillbirths. Dental care is safe and essential during pregnancy, yet many pregnant women forgo dental treatment entirely as a precaution.

Few months ago, we discussed the link between gum disease and preterm labor, low birth weight and stillbirths. Dental care is safe and essential during…

Extrinsic stains appear on the surface of your teeth and result from exposure over time to food, drink, or tobacco products. Intrinsic stains appear within the inner layer of your teeth and result…

Few months ago I attended an interesting seminar regarding frenum attachments and their effect on breastfeeding.

Does your spouse complain of your nightly snoring or grinding of your teeth? Do you feel fatigued and exhausted despite getting hours of sleep? If so, you may be suffering from sleep apnea.

April is Oral Cancer Awareness month. Even though one person every hour of the day will die from it, the public awareness is low when it comes to oral and pharyngeal cancer. Approximately 48,250 people in the U.S. will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer this year.

Time flies! It’s already December and 2015 is coming to an end. Did you know that your 2015 dental insurance benefits and/or healthcare flexible spending account also expire at the end of December? As such, any unused benefit dollars for 2015 are typically lost.

Thank you for welcoming us to your neighborhood and the opportunity to meet you! We are very excited to go over many interesting topics in dentistry in the future months. As this is our first entry, we would like to introduce to you our practice.

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