Fluoride is a powerful aid in strengthening your tooth enamel. In fact, fluoride is commonly used to help protect teeth your teeth and fight against cavities. When used correctly, fluoride can be a useful tool to help protect the enamel of your teeth, and protecting your enamel is essential to maintaining good oral health. Our… Read more »
Are you familiar with issues associated with teenage dentistry? Teenage dentistry consists of the period of time during your lifetime when the last of your adult teeth grow in. These teeth are known as the wisdom teeth and can often lead to several oral health ailments including tooth decay, infection, crossbites and other forms of… Read more »
Uncorrected alignment issues between two or more teeth can lead to excess wear and tear on the tooth enamel. Also known as dental attrition this chronic condition can gradually lead to worsening tooth sensitivity and possible tooth decay. Sometimes a tooth suffering from significant attrition is also at increased risk of suffering a severe fracture…. Read more »
Are you ready for a flawless smile? If so, you have come to the right place! Dental veneers are a popular and fantastic way to improve your smile and give you the dashing white teeth you have been looking for. To help you learn more about dental veneers, Dr. German Jaquez with Claremont Smile Design… Read more »
The American Dental Association advises consumers to have a routine dental checkup performed by a dentist like Dr. German Jaquez twice year. This simple appointment is designed to clean and polish your teeth and detect any developing oral health problems. It starts with a professional dental cleaning and polishing treatment performed by one of Claremont… Read more »
Did you know that there is an association between tooth sensitivity and tooth decay? Taking note of instances in which you experience tooth sensitivity and keeping track of them can greatly benefit your next dental checkup at Claremont Smile Design. We encourage you to continue reading to learn more about the correlation between tooth sensitivity… Read more »
Do you or your kids seem to have a knack for getting cavities even if you brush, floss, and eat healthy? If this is so, you can ask the dentist to apply some sealant on the affected teeth. Sealants fill the role of shields to protect against bacteria that create cavities, plus they can stop… Read more »
How often should you schedule dental appointments? Catching a dental problem early will reduce the complexity in fixing the issue. If you wait too long between visits, dental disease can quickly make a negative impact on your life. So, how often should you go? Dental Appointment Frequency for Children Your children need to see the… Read more »
Many patients come to us asking about teeth whitening to improve their smiles. They often read about natural ways to do this, or hear friends mention remedies they’ve read about online or in popular magazines. But what effect can they have on your pearly whites? Let’s take a look! –Acids: using lemon juice or… Read more »
If the tissues and muscles along your lower jaw and skull frequently experience pain, this may be a sign that you are struggling with a disorder originating in the temporomandibular joint, also known as the TMJ, which is the hinge connecting each side of your jaw to your head. Our dentist and team can help… Read more »
In order to reduce personal contact and increase social distance, our office has implemented the following procedures for all dental appointments.
1. All payments and forms will be requested by our front office by phone a day prior to your scheduled appointment.
2. Upon arriving at our parking lot, STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE and dial 909.624.1111 in order to check-in for your appointment, our staff will let you know when they are ready to meet the patient at the door.