Understanding Sugar-Free Gum Benefits

Sugar-free gum has numerous benefits for your teeth and oral health. In fact, sugar-free gum, can improve your oral health and reduce the risk of cavities. Our dentists, Dr. at Mesa Dental Health in , , care about your oral health, which is why we are happy to share this information about the benefits of… Read more »

Is Your Toothbrush Effectively Cleaning Your Gums?

Our team at supports the American Dental Association in encouraging all patients who have teeth to brush twice a day. Brushing your teeth goes hand in with flossing every day to form a foundation of effective oral hygiene practices. A hygienic, high-quality toothbrush and proper brushing technique can protect your gums from poor oral health…. Read more »

Don’t Let Dental Anxiety Ruin Your Smile

Do you ever feel nervous about visiting the dentist? There are many people that feel fear or nervousness about visiting the dentist. As a result, their oral health can decline rapidly. That is why, Drs. Stapley and Kitchen are happy to work with you to help you feel more comfortable about visiting the dental chair…. Read more »

Whiter Smile, Brighter Smile

If you would like your smile to be whiter than it is, you have many options available to you. We will cover a few of them in this blog post. Feel free to call us with any questions! The fastest and most effective way to whiten teeth is to get it done at the dentist’s… Read more »

Tips for Tongue Injury First-Aid

There are times when an accidental blow to the chin or jaw can cause you to bite down on your tongue. If the wound is substantial, and you are experiencing significant pain, you might need to apply some simple first-aid while seeking emergency care from one of our dentists, Dr. Kent Stapley and Dr. Nathan… Read more »

Dental Conditions That Disrupt the Tooth Whitening Process

Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic treatment, and many patients find that it increases their confidence. However, effective teeth whitening requires healthy teeth and gums in order to achieve the optimal results. We encourage you to be aware of the dental conditions that can disrupt your teeth whitening process and cause adverse results: Plaque If… Read more »

Enjoy the New Year with Your New Smile Thanks to Tooth Hazard Treatments

  In order to keep your teeth safe, it’s always a good idea to avoid tooth hazards. By establishing a safe and effective tooth hazard prevention plan, you can make sure your smile can survive and thrive for the rest of your life. Not only should you monitor all lifestyle changes that can easily lead… Read more »

It’s Never Too Early For Dentures

Most people who envision the thought of receiving dentures do so much later in their lives because they assume young adults don’t need dentures. However, unfortunate incidents such as disease, poor dental hygiene, an accident, or a medical condition, can rob people of their teeth at a younger age. If you are struggling with major… Read more »

The Function of Lost Teeth Can Be Replaced by a Partial Denture

Chronic problems with gum disease and untreated tooth decay can gradually result in the loss of multiple teeth. This can significantly impair your ability to effectively chew food. Some cases of tooth loss can also alter the clarity of your speech and affect the appearance of your smile. In a case such as this, a… Read more »

Engaging Ways to Teach Your Son or Daughter about Dental Health

Good dental care begins in the home. It helps to find ways to engage your children in fun activities about dental health. Here are some ideas for younger children: Cavity Spread: This activity will help explain to your child what tooth decay is and how it develops into a cavity. First, draw the outline of… Read more »