Right From The Dentist’s Mouth!

ARight From The Dentist Moutht Dr Feinberg’s office, we love to see our patients, but we know that the dental chair may not be their favorite spot in the San Diego area to visit! We have some pretty valuable advice which we would like to share with all of our current and future patients below!

No matter how tired you are, don’t skip brushing!

The easiest and oldest tip comes from ancient times: brush twice daily! This is the most effective way to clean your teeth and maintain your oral hygiene. Using a brush classified as “soft” will give you the best cleaning, for both your teeth and gums. The brush should be held at a forty five degree angle and your hand should move in a steady, circular motion. Make yours the toothpaste you are using is ADA approved as well as enriched with fluoride.

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A Unique Opportunity For Dental Care

A Unique Opportunity For Dental CareDr Richard Feinberg has been doing Dentistry for over 30 years. He is one of the best Prosthetic Dentists in Southern California.

An important part of Dr Feinberg’s services to patients is sharing a wealth of information on cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, dental hygiene and periodontal disease, Invisalign, prosthodontics, sleep apnea and other dental care.

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Are All Toothbrushes Created Equal?

Are All Toothbrushes Created EqualDentists agree that the quality of your toothbrush will have a direct impact on your oral health.

Throughout history, people have always recognized the need to practice proper dental hygiene. However, in today’s modern age, we have a variety of products readily available to us. How do we know which toothbrush and paste are truly best?

We have come a long way from the twigs our ancient ancestors used to use to clean their teeth. The very first toothbrushes which featured bristles are dates back to the year 1,000 which were made of horsehair and ivory. In 1938, the first “modern day” toothbrush was created in France and caused a dental phenomenon.

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