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18124 Culver Drive St B Irvine, CA, 92612

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Many people suffer from chronic bad breath or halitosis. Bad breath is something you do not want to be known for, and typically finding the cause is easy. If you suffer from bad breath but also brush, floss, or gargle each day the cause may not be obvious. Taking the time to figure out the underlying problem that may be causing your bad breath is important, and finding a cure can be simple.

Common Cause of Bad Breath

Dental Hygiene

The first area patients should focus on is their dental hygiene habits. Gum or mints are only a short term solution, and finding the cause is the only way you can truly get relief from bad breath. Looking at your dental hygiene is a great place to start because dental hygiene is the most common cause of chronic bad breath. About 85% of bad breath comes from inside the mouth. If you do not brush and floss daily, bacteria can get left behind and cause issues with your breath. Bacteria eats the leftover food particles in your mouth, and as a result leaves a foul smelling odor in your mouth and on your teeth.

Devices

If patients wear retainers, dentures, or mouthguards while they sleep, these devices can trap bacteria or food particles if not cleaned properly. This can attribute to halitosis or chronic bad breath. Taking care of your teeth and mouth is extremely important for your overall and oral health, and can prevent issues such as bad breath that could be embarrassing around others.

Cavities or Infection

If you suffer from cavities or have an infection lingering in your mouth that has not been treated, this can cause bad breath. Attending regular visits to our office for your dental cleaning and exam is important. Our skilled staff can get in front of issues such as cavities or infections and prevent further problems in the future. If patients have issues with their tonsils or throat, this can cause bad breath, and can be from an infection such as strep throat. Patients should seek treatment from their primary care physician if they feel there is an issue with their tonsils or throat.

Dry Mouth or Dehydration

Dehydration or dry mouth is a common cause of bad breath. Saliva and water wash away bacteria or food particles. If your mouth is not hydrated this reduces saliva and can cause halitosis. Our saliva contains pertinent minerals and proteins that help defend against bacteria. Staying hydrated is important to keep our mouth healthy and to prevent bad breath.

Other Possible Causes for Bad Breath

• Diabetes
• Throat or mouth cancer
• Sinus infection
• Digestive issues
• Acid reflux
• Lung infection
• Liver disease

What Can I Do to Cure My Bad Breath?

• Brush and floss two times a day
• Use an antimicrobial rinse daily
• Tongue scrape daily to remove bacteria
• Remove any devices and clean them thoroughly
• Visit our dental office for regular cleanings and exams
• Review your diet and try and stick to eating healthy foods
• Drink water and stay hydrated
• Avoid tobacco products

Looking For Help With Chronic Bad Breath?

There are many simple solutions to cure bad breath. We encourage you to make an appointment for an exam in our office to discuss your concerns. Our skilled staff can help give you tips, and our thorough dental exam can help identify any issues you may have that could be causing chronic bad breath. If you have already tried simple solutions and still notice your bad breath does not go away, we may advise you make an appointment to see your primary care physician.
If you are interested in finding a solution to cure bad breath we can help. To schedule your appointment contact our office, and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you!

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If you have been recommended for dental implants you may be overwhelmed with all of the implant choices available. Our team can help you choose which implant works best for you and discuss what your options are.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are similar to an artificial tooth root that is placed in the jaw bone. The implants serve as a base for one or many artificial teeth or crowns. Implants can be used to help patients with missing teeth and can be personalized to fit each patient’s needs.

What Are The Types of Dental Implants?

Endosteal Implants

Endosteal implants are the most common type of dental implant used today. This type of implant acts like an artificial tooth root that is placed in the jaw bone. These implants create a base for one or many artificial teeth or crowns that are affixed on top. During the implant process healing time is needed for the implant to fuse to the jawbone. This type of implant is durable, long lasting, and a popular choice.

Subperiosteal Implants

Subperiosteal implants are a good alternative to endosteal implants. This type of implant sits on top of the jawbone, but is still under the gum line. Using a metal frame the post is attached and the gum then heals around the frame. This allows the implant to be held securely in place. Artificial teeth or crowns are then placed on top of the poles that are in the gum area. In many cases this type of implant is used if patients do not have enough jawbone to support endosteal implants. Bone grafting can be done to provide the additional bone needed, but some patients choose to not go through that process.

What Are My Alternatives?

If a patient’s jawbone cannot support dental implants there are techniques available to help rebuild the jawbone and create a stable foundation for implants.

• Bone Augmentation – This procedure helps to restore or regenerate bone in the jaw when a patient does not have enough to support an implant. This process is very successful, and many patients choose this process in order to get those implants they have always wanted.

• Sinus Lift – A sinus lift can add bone below the sinus cavity to help that area if bone has deteriorated.

• Ridge Expansion – Bone grafting material can be added along the top of the jaw or small ridge to help make your jaw wide enough to support dental implants.

What Are Other Dental Implant Options?

• Mini Dental Implants – Mini dental implants are similar to traditional dental implants, but they are used for smaller spaces. Patients that have naturally smaller teeth may find that mini dental implants fit them best. This procedure is less invasive and tends to be less expensive compared to other options. Mini dental implants are made of one solid piece that is screwed into the jawbone. Each implant has a ball on top and this allows the crown to be secured.

• Immediate Load Dental Implants or Teeth In a Day – This type of implant process allows the placement of the crown or temporary tooth at the same time as the dental implant. Patients that have sufficient bone structure in the jaw are good candidates for this option.

• All-On-4 Implants – All-on-4 implants provide patients with implants in just one appointment. With this option implants are not required for each tooth. Four implants are placed, and this makes the process easier and less invasive. Bone grafting is not needed with this option, and temporary teeth can be placed that same day. With this option there is a healing process while the implants fuse to the bone. Once the healing process is complete, permanent teeth can be placed.

Are You Interested in Learning More About Dental Implants?

Our staff is here to help you choose which dental implant option works best for you. With our high-end technology and implant surgical software, the implant process is faster and more efficient. Our team provides the very best care to our patients, and we are here to support you throughout the implant process.

To find out what dental implant option is best for you, contact our office and our friendly staff can schedule your consultation. Let us help you take that first step to a beautiful smile!

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During your oral hygiene routine you may have noticed that the gum area around one of your teeth is swollen. This is not unusual and the swollen gum tissue can be due to a few different causes. If you do notice your gum is swollen or you have any pain around the area, contact our dental office in Irvine, CA immediately and we will have you seen as soon as possible.

At Stylish Smiles, we provide exceptional care and work to ensure any issues with gums are addressed to prevent future issues. Our team is equipped with state of the art technology, and we work with each patient to discuss and determine what treatment works best.

What Causes Swollen Gums Around a Tooth?

There are a few reasons you may have swollen gums around a single tooth including poor oral hygiene, gum disease, or an abscess.

Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene plays an important role in keeping our teeth and gums healthy. If you do not brush and floss regularly to remove any food or bacteria from your teeth and mouth, problems may occur. This can lead to inflammation or decay, and over time can develop into gum disease. A few common symptoms that indicate you may have gum disease include bleeding gums, swollen gums, bad breath, a loose tooth, or a bad taste in your mouth.

Gum Disease

If you do not practice good oral hygiene habits bacteria can infect the tissue surrounding your tooth and inflammation can occur. If left untreated this can lead to periodontal disease. Signs to watch out for include bleeding gums, sore or tender gums, loose teeth, or gums that seem to pull away from the teeth.

Abscess

An abscess can occur when the bacteria has caused an infection. This can be caused from an untreated cavity or decay on a tooth. Symptoms of an abscess include pain, swollen or tender jaw, swollen gums, or a fever. If you notice any of these symptoms it is important to contact our office right away. Infections can lead to serious health problems if they are not treated promptly.

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Looking for gum care solutions near you?

Our patients’ health is our first priority, and Dr. Bukai works with each patient to ensure the issue is resolved, and the patient is pain free. Gum disease is a common issue many patients face, and keeping our mouths clean using good oral hygiene habits can prevent swollen or painful gums. If gum disease is not addressed this condition can progress into periodontitis.

We recommend brushing and flossing daily, after meals, and before bedtime. Attending your regular dental exams in our office will help to keep your teeth and mouth feeling healthy. Regular dental exams give our team the opportunity to get in front of any potential issues before they become more serious.

If you are interested in finding out more about gum disease treatment near you, contact our dental office in Irvine, CA today to schedule your consultation.

 

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Snacking is an activity we all do and what we choose to snack on is important. Snacks that are full of sugar such as candy or cake may taste good, but are not good for our teeth. In addition to the sugar these types of snacks contain large amounts of fat. Sugary snacks if eaten regularly can cause tooth decay. At Stylish Smiles in Irvine, CA, we can help provide our patients with guidelines for healthy eating. After all, Dr. Bukai believes in promoting healthy choices in order to keep teeth free of harmful bacteria.

How Can Sugary Snacks Impact My Teeth?

Our mouths contain bacteria, and this bacteria forms a sticky material called plaque. The plaque sticks on or in-between our teeth and this can cause decay. When sugary snacks are eaten the bacteria in the mouth gravitates towards the sugar, and turns the sugar into acids. This acid can damage the hard enamel that covers our teeth, and cause cavities to begin to develop. Staying away from snacks or foods filled with sugar can help keep the bacteria in your mouth from producing the acid that causes decay. 

How Should I Choose A Healthy Snack?

When you have that urge to snack take a minute to ask yourself if the snack you chose contains sugar. If it does, you may want to choose another snack that would be healthier for your teeth. Staying away from gooey sweets or snacks that are very chewy is a good rule of thumb. These types of snacks can stick to the surface of your teeth and take longer to remove, exposing your teeth to sugar longer. If you do choose to eat sweets, it may be best to save that type of snack for after a main meal instead of having that snack between meals.

Our dentist in Irvine, CA works to teach our pediatric and adult patients the benefits of healthy eating. Taking care of our oral health not only includes brushing or flossing, but it includes making healthy eating choices. Staying away from snacks full of sugar can help prevent cavities, and keep your teeth looking and feeling great. Brushing your teeth after eating a sweet with a fluoride toothpaste can remove any harmful bacteria that may cause cavities if left on our teeth.

What Types of Snacks Are a Good Choice?

There are many good tasting and healthy shacks on the market today that are less harmful to our teeth and body. Sticking to snacks that are lower in sugar can help protect our teeth from decay or other diseases. Choosing foods like fruits or vegetables, and crackers or bread are good choices. It may be helpful to make a healthy food list that you pick from when snacking or eating. This can help you make good choices and stay away from those harmful sugary foods.

Examples of Smart Food Choices That Are Less Likely to Cause Tooth Decay

Fresh Vegetables of Fruits

• Oranges
• Bananas
• Apples
• Grapefruit
• Broccoli
• Carrots
• Cucumbers
• Tomatoes

Grains

• Unsweetened cereals
• Popcorn
• Bread
• Bagels
• Pasta
• Crackers

Milk and Dairy Products

• Low or non-fat milk
• Low or non-fat cheese
• Low or non-fat yogurt

Meat, Nuts, Seeds

• Chicken
• Turkey
• Nuts

Looking For a Dentist Near You?

Many foods or snacks are harmful to our teeth and body. Our dentist cares about the overall health of each patient, and always promotes healthy snacking and eating. Checking the label and sugar content can help you make the right decision for healthy snacking. Choosing a variety of foods from the basic food groups can help you eat a balanced diet, and keep your teeth looking and feeling healthy. Brushing and flossing daily as well as attending your regular dental exams in our office can help keep your oral health in check. The Stylish Smile dental team works diligently to not only care for your teeth, but care for your overall health.

If you are looking for a dentist near you, our team is happy to help. To get more information or to schedule your dental exam, contact Dr. Bukai in Irvine, CA and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you!

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Choosing the right orthodontic option to correct your teeth is an important decision. When your teeth do not require severe correction, patients may opt for treatments other than traditional braces such as Invisalign. At Stylish Smile in Irvine, CA we provide many orthodontic options to our patients, and help them choose the best option that meets their needs. Our team provides the benefits and details combined with a detailed exam to help patients make the best choice.

How Does Invisalign Work?

Invisalign is a great alternative to braces, and this system uses clear aligners. These aligners are worn for a specific period of time in a series to straighten crooked or uneven teeth. This is a discrete treatment making it a great choice for both adults and teens.

The clear aligners are worn for anywhere between 20-22 hours a day and can be conveniently removed for eating and drinking. Depending on the level of correction required, Invisalign treatment can take between 6-18 months. Many wonder if Invisalign can correct teeth faster compared to braces. In most cases the average time Invisalign trays are worn is right in line with traditional braces.

What are the Benefits of Invisalign Compared to Braces?

If you suffer from bad tooth alignment or rotated teeth Invisalign may not be the right choice. Traditional braces have the ability to correct severe cases because they are securely affixed to the tooth and do not slip. Clear aligner trays have a hard time gripping teeth needing a severe correction.

On the other hand if your teeth do not require much correction, Invisalign may be a great option. The clear aligner trays blend in with your natural teeth. They are also easily removed for eating and cleaning. The aligner trays include a blue indicator to help patients know if they have worn the trays for the required time each day. The clear trays are also comfortable when worn in the mouth, and do not rub or irritate the gums like with traditional braces.

Invisalign gives patients the benefit of being able to eat all of their favorite foods because the trays can be removed, compared to traditional braces. Patients that do not want to deal with restrictions, and want the freedom to take the trays out when needed may find that Invisalign is a better fit.

What Choice is Best for Me?

Whether you choose traditional braces or Invisalign, our team will ensure your choice will provide you with that perfect straight smile. Our patients are our priority, and we will do whatever is needed to ensure our patients are happy with their smile. Having straight teeth is important, and we want our patients to be proud of their beautiful teeth after orthodontic treatment.

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Looking for an Invisalign provider near you?

If you are looking for an Invisalign provider near you, let Stylish Smile give you the smile you have always wanted! Dr. Bukai’s skilled team works with each patient to develop a customized orthodontic treatment plan giving patients many choices. We put our patients first, and go above and beyond to give our patients exceptional care.

To find out more about Invisalign, contact our dental office in Irvine, CA today and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.

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Root canals are a common procedure and are required when the soft tissue inside the root canal becomes inflamed or infected. This infection is typically caused by either bacteria, or an injury to the tooth. Root canals are performed to help safe a tooth and prevent serious health problems from developing in the future. Root canals must always be addressed promptly to avoid complications. At Stylish Smile in Irvine, CA,  our first priority is always to save your tooth, and our team will do everything to ensure your root canal procedure is successful.

How Long Do Root Canals Last?

Root canals have a success rate of 95%, and can last patients a lifetime. To help your root canal last placing the crown immediately following the root canal procedure is beneficial. Keeping the area surrounding your root canal clean is important. Practicing good oral hygiene habits can ensure your root canal lasts forever.

In some cases patients have issues with their root canal, and there is a chance that a root canal can fail. This is unlikely, but can be due to cracks in the root area, or an obstruction that could make it difficult to properly clean the root area of the tooth.

Symptoms indicating you may have an issue include sensitivity to hot or cold, swelling, or pain while chewing. If you experience any of these symptoms we urge you to contact our office immediately.

What Are the Treatment Options for Failed Root Canals?

Retreatment

The most common option for failed root canals is retreatment. This option has the highest success rate, and involves removing the original filling and disinfecting the canal. The area would then be resealed to help prevent further infection and to stop bacteria from entering.

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This procedure is done when there is a blockage around the tooth that prevents access to the root canal. If a crown was placed during the original procedure this option works well. During this process a small flap is created in the gum to access the root. The infected area would then be removed, and place a new seal down to prevent further infection.

Extraction

This is the last resort if retreatment is not effective, or if the tooth cannot be restored in any other way. With this option implants may be used to fill the empty space where the tooth was extracted.

Dr. Bukai will work closely with each patient to determine the severity of the root canal failure. We will look at all options, and choose the best option that works for each patient. At Stylish Smile, our patients’ health is our priority and we always provide our patients with the highest level of care.

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Looking for a Root Canal Provider Near You?

Choosing the best option is important, and our team at Stylish Smile is here to help give you all of the options available to achieve that bright white smile. We welcome all patients, and strive to always provide quality service our patients can count on.

If you are interested in finding out more about root canal treatments near you, please contact our dental office in Irvine, CA to schedule your consultation.

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Invisalign has been used for years as an alternative to traditional metal braces. It uses clear aligner trays that apply pressure to the teeth gently so that they are pushed into more uniform alignment. If your teeth are crooked, crowded or misaligned, Invisalign is a viable option for your smile. Here are six eating habits and tips to follow while undergoing treatment with Invisalign:

1. Avoid Wearing Invisalign When Eating

You should avoid eating while wearing your Invisalign trays. This can cause the trays to either crack or fall out, which can become a problem when it comes to receiving the treatment that is needed. It is best to get into the habit of removing your Invisalign right before you eat.

2. Always Replace Your Invisalign Trays

In order for Invisalign to work effectively, you should be wearing your aligners for about 22 hours each day. Because they need to be removed when eating, it’s important to replace them immediately upon finishing. This ensures that you’re wearing your Invisalign for the recommended amount of time. Keep them alongside you while you eat, either in a case or on a napkin. Be careful not to throw out your Invisalign trays.

3. Remember to Brush and Floss

You will find that you brush and floss more often when wearing Invisalign. After eating, it is important to brush your teeth to remove any plaque or food debris that could become lodged between the Invisalign trays themselves and your smile, which could contribute to tooth decay.

4. Avoid Overly Hard Foods

When your teeth are shifting into place, they may feel sore and tender. The best way to avoid worsening the problem is by choosing softer foods and avoiding overly hard foods like pretzels, chips, hard candies and hard breads.

5. Don't Chew Gum

You might assume that you can chew gum with your Invisalign in, but this simply isn’t the case. Gum can loosen and even crack your aligners, which would result in the need for an emergency orthodontic appointment. It’s best to avoid chewing gum during the course of treatment.


6. Create a Food/Eating Schedule

Because Invisalign has to be worn for the majority of the day and night and because it can’t be worn while eating, it’s a good idea to create a food and meal schedule that you can follow. This ensures that you’re still getting enough nutrition throughout the day, but that you’re incorporating it into your Invisalign treatment.

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Looking for an Invisalign Provider Near You?

If you are looking for a family friendly dentist to provide Invisalign in Irvine, CA , contact Dr Firas Bukai’s friendly team! At Stylish Smile, our goal is to provide exceptional service for all ages.  Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have regarding clear aligner therapy, and we welcome all new patients to our dental clinic in Irvine, California!

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Similar to other healthcare fields, dentistry has seen a lot of improvements in technology over the past decade. One advancement in the field has been the development and continued use of laser dentistry. There are several benefits that come with laser dentistry.

What is Laser Dentistry?

Laser dentistry is one of the newest technologies in the dental industry. This technology creates a very narrow and precise beam of energy that can be used to treat a wide variety of different dental issues. Some of the services that you can receive with this include correction of tooth decay, tooth whitening, and treating gum disease. Our dental office in Irvine, CA can provide you with laser dentistry to help with these conditions as well as a variety of different issues. Overall, laser dentistry is a good option for anyone. However, those with very sensitive gums or teeth may experience more discomfort than others. There are other dental issues that could make laser dentistry less ide

What are the Benefits of Laser Dentistry?

One of the advantages of using laser technology is that these are far more precise than other dental solutions. This practice uses high-tech equipment that can identify an area of concern and then focus the beam to precisely fix the area that needs repair and care.

Another advantage of laser dentistry is that there is less recovery needed after a procedure. When using the laser beam on soft tissue, you will normally experience less bleeding than you normally would as the laser beam can actually promote faster blood clotting. Further, the beam can also sterilize the area where it is used, which can reduce the risk of an infection.

Finally, the laser beams can be far more effective and accurate. This helps to ensure that the laser work you have done is completed correctly and accurately. This will also ensure that the process is quicker and there is less recovery, which can save a lot of time and discomfort for someone in the future.

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Looking for a Laser Dentist Near You?

Choosing the best option is important, and our team at Stylish Smile is here to help give you all of the options available to achieve that bright white smile. We welcome all patients, and strive to always provide quality service our patients can count on.

If you are interested in learning more about laser dentistry in Irvine, CA, you should contact our office as soon as you can! Our team is committed to providing our patients & their families the very best dental care.

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Invisalign has been worn by both teens and adults alike as a way to keep their teeth looking great. If you need orthodontic treatment, there is nothing easier than having clear trays that do all of the work for you. Understanding how treatment works and what to expect can help when it concerns finding the option that is best for your own individual needs.

How Does Invisalign Work?

At Stylish Smile, we’ll provide you with information regarding this type of treatment. This treatment typically works by using clear plastic trays. These trays provide ample pressure to the teeth to move them into place. Dr. Firas Bukai’s team will go over all of the specifics that you need to know before undergoing treatment on your own. The process is very simple and can be beneficial for patients of all ages!

How Long Should I Wear Invisalign?

It is often recommended that Invisalign be worn for about 22 hours a day. You will need to take out the trays when eating, brushing and flossing. They should be replaced as soon as you finish any of these activities. You will probably need to undergo treatment for anywhere from a few months to about two years, depending on how severely crowded and misaligned your teeth currently are. Our goal is to provide you with quality care in an affordable and highly convenient manner for both you and the rest of your loved ones.

Keeping Up With Treatment

In order for treatment to go as planned, it’s crucial that you come in to see Dr. Bukai every few weeks. This allows us to identify how treatment is working and if new aligners need to be made for you to wear. As your teeth begin to shift into place, you’ll need different aligners that are molded to the current shape of your smile. These aligners are provided to you as a way to keep up with the treatment and get the best smile possible. You will love the comfort and ease of wearing Invisalign as a way to improve how you both look and feel thanks to this particular orthodontic treatment.

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Looking for Invisalign Near You?

Choosing the best option is important, and our team at Stylish Smile is here to help give you all of the options available to achieve that bright white smile. We welcome all patients, and strive to always provide quality service our patients can count on.

If you would like to learn more about how Invisalign works or are looking for clear aligner therapy in Irvine, CA, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Firas Bukai’s friendly team! We look forward to treating you.

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If you have inflammation in your mouth or gums it may be time to consult with a Periodontist. Gum disease is one of the most common disease patients face today. This condition must be treated promptly to avoid receding gums, or even tooth loss. Attending regular visits to our office can help to prevent gum disease and get in front of any issues with your gums or teeth before they become worse. At Stylish Smile, we provide many periodontal treatment services for our patients including scaling and root planing in Irvine, CA.

If you have had previous treatment for gum disease, you may have had great results, and your gums have improved or stopped bleeding. Once you have suffered from gum disease, it is important to keep up with your oral hygiene and gum treatments, because gum bleeding and disease can reoccur. Brushing and flossing around the gums carefully at home help continue to keep your teeth and gum free of disease.

How Do I Care for My Gums and Prevent Gum Disease from Returning?

Routine dental cleanings and periodontal treatment help to get rid of plaque and bacteria that cause gum disease to return or get worse. Scaling and root planing is a great technique to remove plaque and tarter, and also helps to smooth out the surface of your gums. This procedure shrinks periodontal pockets to prevent future bacteria from entering the area. Dr. Firas Bukai, our dentist in Irvine, recommends that patients come in for their regular dental exams twice a year, and for periodontal treatment at least once a year.

Keeping up with good oral hygiene is the most important part of preventing gum disease. Dr. Bukai also recommends that patients brush twice a day, and floss once a day. If you keep up with your oral hygiene you can reverse gum disease, and never have to deal with painful bleeding gums again. Attending your regular dental exams can help keep an eye on any developing periodontal pockets, and stop gum disease in its tracks.

Staying on top of your general health is also important. This includes avoiding alcohol or smoking, and staying away from sugary drinks. Taking care of both your oral and general health is imperative, to ensure your teeth and gums will last you a lifetime.

Our team at Stylish Smile provides a detailed consultation process to examine your teeth and gums and determine if you can benefit from periodontal treatment. Our creates a customized treatment plan to help restore your gums and teeth and keep any signs of inflammation or gum disease from progressing further.

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Looking for Gum Disease Treatment Near You?

Choosing the best option is important, and our team at Stylish Smile is here to help give you all of the options available to achieve that bright white smile. We welcome all patients, and strive to always provide quality service our patients can count on.

If you are interested in finding out more about gum disease treatments in Irvine, California please contact Dr. Firas Bukai’s friendly team to schedule your consultation!

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