Smoking VS Vaping: Which is More Harmful to Your Dental Health?

Let’s be clear—both smoking and vaping are harmful to your dental health. There are countless scientific studies to prove the detrimental impact, though not as much research on vaping, as it is the newer vice. However, if you are working on cutting back on smoking and aren’t sure if you should taper with cigarettes or […]

Does Thumb Sucking Impact My Child’s Teeth?

As a parent, it’s easy to be worried about behavior that could potentially have long-term effects on their child’s health. Dental and orthodontic health are commodities that are emerging and now more freely and readily available to children than ever before. Many children require braces or headgear to correct cosmetic or medical concerns. Parents may […]

COVID-19 Updates From Riverside Dental Care

To Our Valued Patients and Families: We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. As you know, over the past six weeks we have only been able to treat those patients with emergency/urgent needs. We are excited that many of the restrictions placed on dentists during the “stay-at-home” phase of the […]

Do You Have Bad Breath? We Can Fix That!

No one wants to be in a position where they are that person. You know, the person who has potent bad breath, and you shuffle back while they talk to you, but they keep moving closer with their dragon breath? Yeah, that person. In many cases, bad breath can be resolved with some quality time […]

Some Teeth Just Wear Out. What You Can Do To Take Back Your Smile

Most people will have all their permanent teeth—excluding wisdom teeth—around 12-13 years old. As the average American life expectancy is just under 80 years old, that is a long time for your teeth to hold up. And in some cases, your teeth may wear down over the intervening years. Some things like tooth decay, genetics, […]

Root Canal Saves The Day (And The Tooth!)

No one really wants a root canal, but when you have an infected tooth, the relief you can feel from a root canal can be almost euphoric. But sometimes, when people are in enough pain or don’t understand their choices, they may opt to have a badly infected tooth extracted rather than have a root […]

February Is National Children’s Dental Health Month

Children who are taught to practice good dental hygiene during childhood are far more ready to take care of their teeth as adults. On the other side, there is also a good deal of research that indicates that poor childhood hygiene that leads to dental pain can lead to a lower quality of life, sleep […]

3 Best Gifts For Mom From Your Dentist

We all know how amazing moms are and that they never really take the time for themselves. On top of that, it can be impossibly difficult to find the right gift for your mom. Well, your St George dentists have you covered. Here are three present ideas that can finally help you nail what your […]

Which Dental Crown Is Best?

When you need a dental crown, it is natural to want the best since taking care of your smile is an essential investment in your future health and self-esteem. Aside from having the right dental crowns, you need to have the right dentists work with you to take care of your root canal and crown […]

Answers From Your Dentist: Common Questions About Dental Crowns

It’s rare that anyone is born with a perfect set of teeth. Either when you are a child or once you become an adult, some of your teeth may be or become problematic. Decay or infection from bacteria or improper care can occur inside teeth, which can be painful. If a simple dental cleaning can’t […]

Schedule an Appointment

You may also fill out the form below to schedule an appointment.
For Dental Emergencies Call: 435-673-3363