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Bride Box Giveaway

June 26, 2019

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Recently engaged or getting married soon? Enter our Bridal Giveaway today for a chance to win our Bride Box!

Your wedding day will surely be one of the most beautiful and memorable days of your life. Be prepared with our box of #wedding #essentials and win some fantastic gifts from local OC vendors.

The Bride Box includes:

How to Enter:

  1. Visit us on Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BzHJMFtg1Pv/
  2. Follow us @mycostamesadentist.com
  3. Tell us why your #fiance makes you smile in the comments

Winner will be announced Friday, June 28th at 5:00pm PST.

Questions? Call us at (714) 424-9099 or visit us online at www.mycostamesadentist.com.

Summer is a Great Time to Remove Wisdom Teeth in Costa Mesa

June 19, 2019

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Impacted wisdom teeth

Roughly 85% of Americans eventually have their wisdom teeth removed, according to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons; odds are that you’ve already had yours taken out at some point. If you have a teenager or young adult, they could have their extra teeth coming in soon – and most likely, you’ll want them extracted as soon as possible! Here are X reasons why you should schedule an appointment to remove your teen’s wisdom teeth in Costa Mesa this summer.

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Graduation, Prom, and Wedding Season – Is your Smile Ready?

May 23, 2019

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‘Tis the season for life’s important milestone and parties, but is your smile ready to be be celebrated?

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What to do in a dental emergency?

May 9, 2019

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You wake up with a runny nose, sore throat. Blah! What now?  You probably assume you are coming down with a seasonal bug and start loading vitamins, fluids, and other over-the-counter medicines. But what do you do when end up in a dental emergency, like a cracked tooth? What now? Most of us aren’t that familiar with the recommendations. That’s why we want to make sure you are prepared with these tips!

What is a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency isn’t a temporary veneer that has come off or a weird taste in your mouth. It’s any situation that requires urgent care to save a broken or knocked-out tooth, stop bleeding, or relieve unbearable tooth/mouth pain.  Don’t worry if you still aren’t sure! We’re available 24/7 by phone, text, email, and live chat to answer your questions.  

Tips for Treating Common Dental Emergencies

Fortunately, we are experienced and knowledgeable in dental emergencies here in Costa Mesa.  If you or someone you know thinks you might be having a dental emergency just give us a call and we’ll help you determine if you’ll need to see one of our dentists.

  • Knocked-out tooth

    Depending on if the tooth is an adult or baby tooth, there are different recommendations.

    If it’s a permanent adult tooth, you’ll want to try to put the tooth back in the socket.  Try not to touch the root (the part you normally don’t see) in order to keep it intact and clean.  If you can’t put the tooth back in the socket, then you can try to place it between your check and gums, in a cup of milk, or in ADA-approved tooth-preservation solution.  KEEP THE TOOTH WET!

If it’s a baby tooth, call us at (714) 424-9099 as soon as possible.  Unlike an adult tooth, you will NOT want to try to put the tooth back in the mouth. Most importantly, remain calm and reassure your child that everything will be okay!

  • Cracked tooth

    A cracked tooth can crack superficially or can crack deep! Ouch! If the tooth is still in your mouth, try rinsing with warm water (cold water can cause more pain if the root is exposed).  If you are experiencing any swelling, please a cold ice pack on the outside of your face in that area.  If you’ve lost the tooth, see the advice above. 

    You can call or text us at (714) 424-9099 to schedule your emergency visit.
  • Toothache

    A toothache can be caused by a number of things, but nonetheless is never enjoyable.  Some times tooth pain comes and goes, but sometimes it just gets down right unbearable.  Try rinsing with some warm salt water to cleanse the mouth and gently floss to remove any food.  

    If you’re experiencing sensitivity when chewing or drinking hot or cold liquids, then avoid chewing or drinking in that area.  You can also apply a cold ice pack to the outside of the face.
  • Bitten Tongue or Lip

    Oh no! You’re bleeding or swelling.  Make sure you use a clean tissue or cloth and apply pressure to any cuts or wounds on the outside of the mouth.  For a bleeding tongue or gums, try rinsing with warm salt water.  If you experiencing excessive bleeding that isn’t stopping or have punctured the lips, cheeks, other skin around the mouth, please seek emergency medical care.  

Tips for Preventing Emergencies

The best way to treat a dental emergency is to prevent one all together!  Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe: He

  • NEVER use your teeth as tools! 
  • Wear a mouthguard when playing sports like soccer, football, boxing, and hockey
  • Wear a helmet for indoor and outdoor sports where objects could harm your mouth or where the chance of falling is increased (baseball, football, skateboarding, biking, etc.)
  • Although tempting – avoid chewing on ice and hard candies
  • Watch children with household items and small toys that can be put in the mouth

Need More Information?

Call or text us anytime at (714) 424-9099 or send us an email at info@mycostamesadentist.com. The staff at Advanced Dental Care is here for you and to answer any questions you have about dental emergencies.  When in doubt, just call!

Refer a Friend – Win an iPad Mini!

April 23, 2019

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Refer a Friend Today!

At Advanced Dental Care, we are blessed to have a family of patients who trust us and value the dedication, personalized care and attentiveness that we’ve given to people in the community over the years.

Did you know that most of our new patients come from referrals by people like yourself? Chances are, you were one of them.

We wanted to take this opportunity and ask you to help us spread the word.

You can refer a friend simply by:

  • share our page with your family, friends, co-workers
    • all they have to do is mention your name!
  • log into your account via our Patient Portal and click “Refer a Friend”

If you have friends and relatives who could benefit from our services, we would love the referral of our services. It will mean the world to us, and it could make you the owner of a shiny new iPad Mini! 🙂

Need to book an Appointment? You can always book online here!

How HPV is Linked to Oral/Mouth Cancer

April 5, 2019

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A teenager smiling outside.

Oral cancer takes the lives of thousands of Americans every year, largely because it gets discovered in the late stages of development. For this reason, it’s more important than ever to be aware of the risk factors that increase your chances of developing the condition. While excessive alcohol consumption, tobacco use, and prolonged exposure are among the top factors, there’s another risk that many people don’t consider when it comes to oral/mouth cancer: human papillomavirus.

To learn what links these two conditions together and other important information regarding oral cancer, keep reading!

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Making Your Dental Crown Last Longer

March 15, 2019

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man smiling mirrorIf you have a chipped, cracked, or broken tooth, you likely need a dental crown to seal it and cover it up. Not only does a dental crown in Costa Mesa protect the inner layers of your tooth from cavity-causing bacteria, but it also can restore your tooth’s full health, strength, and function. But maybe you’ve heard about some bad experiences with dental crowns. They can come loose, crack, or let decay access your tooth underneath. So what determines how long a dental crown stays effective and lasts? How can you increase the lifetime of your dental crown? Get the answers to your questions with this post. (more…)

Valentine’s Day Giveaway

February 10, 2019

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Sarah Mack - Sarah Mack Photography - Costa Mesa Photography - Costa Mesa photographer - wedding photographer - engagement photographer - baby photographer - Advanced Dental Care - Costa Mesa dentistRead below to see how you can win Free Zoom! Teeth Whitening and a Mini Photo Session with Sarah Mack Photography!

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3 Tips for Your Best Smile in Photos

February 4, 2019

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Our patient and best photographer in Costa Mesa shares her favorite tips for capturing your best smile in photos for all of your special events! Don’t forget to check out more of Sarah’s work at www.sarahmackphoto.com!

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Are Porcelain Veneers right for me?

January 17, 2019

veneers in mouthHave you ever wondered how you can fix that chip on your front tooth or teeth damaged in an accident or just close a small gap?  You may have a variety of options including dental Porcelain Veneers.  Porcelain veneers are custom-made, wafer-thin sheets of porcelain bonded to the front of your natural tooth.  They can instantly change the appearance and warmth of your smile.

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