1. Top Causes of Sensitive Teeth

    Is your piping hot morning coffee, favorite sweet treat or cool, refreshing water triggering mild or severe pain in your mouth? Don’t worry, these symptoms of sensitive teeth are treatable. Discover what’s behind this discomfort and get on your way to enjoying your favorite foods, beverages – and life again! The Usual Culprits: Cavities, Cracks and Chips Cavities, cracks and chips are three …Read More

  2. What’s In A Dental Cleaning

    So, it’s been a while since you’ve seen your family dentist. We understand that fears about procedures being painful or costly may be keeping you from scheduling your dental appointment. As routine preventive dentistry can help avoid more invasive dental services and health issues, the team at New Look Dental is committed to providing caring family dentistry to make managing your family’s or…Read More

  3. Break These Habits For A Better Smile

    We know unhealthy habits are hard to break and good habits are even harder to make. But, there are some habits that fly under the radar going undetected as good or bad. If you want to have a healthy smile that endures beautifully, here are the top habits that should be heeded to prevent emergency dental care. Chew Wisely Unless you want to be a frequent flier at your dental clinic to repair chips …Read More

  4. The Ins and Outs of Teeth Whitening

    The Ins and Outs of Teeth Whitening Nov 2021 Blog Craving sparkly teeth that mimic the beauty of winter snow and not sure where to turn? A whiter brighter smile is a great way to usher in the new season! To keep you from having to do a deep dive researching the best teeth whitening options, we’ve done the leg work for you. Types of Teeth Whitening There are multiple ways to tackle whitening your…Read More

  5. All About Tongue Scrapers

    All About Tongue Scrapers As a family dentist, our chief concern is to promote optimal oral hygiene. In our dental clinic, we frequently emphasize brushing twice a day and flossing at least once, combined with routine dental cleanings twice yearly for optimal preventive dentistry. But, there is an additional way to enhance your oral health. Introducing: next level clean through tongue scraping. As…Read More

  6. The Great Unmasking and Your Smile

    With masks starting to come off, people are focusing on their appearance now more than ever. If you have been pondering cosmetic dentistry to commemorate the great unmasking, you are not alone! Refreshing smiles is trending due to the Covid reopening and reduced masking restrictions! Our family dentist practice is abuzz busily helping people improve their smiles with teeth whitening, Invisalign, t…Read More

  7. Listen to Your Mouth!

    To avoid the byproducts of gum disease such as dentures, partial dentures or dental implants, practicing good, consistent oral hygiene, and keeping up with preventive dentistry appointments could help keep you out of the doctor’s office! Normal gums appear pink and firm. If not, your mouth could be trying to tell you something about your body. And, the converse is true, as issues with your body …Read More

  8. Welcome Back Measures at New Look Dental Inc.

    Dr. Kirakosian and the staff at New Look Dental want to provide assurance of how we are following the California Department of Public Health and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) guidelines for resuming preventive and deferred dental care. As your family dentist we want to thank you for your patience and provide you the ability to come in for your bi-annual dental cleaning, dent…Read More

  9. This Mouth is on Fire

    We’ve all done it. Unable to wait, you’ve taken a swig of “too hot” coffee or a bite out of a steaming slice of pizza only to experience a scalded tongue and roof of your mouth. The fallout of pain or peeling skin on the roof of your mouth reminds you to wait longer next time before diving in and with a little patience, your mouth will be good as new. But what about the sensation of a burn…Read More

  10. All About Cold Sores

    While cold sores and the common cold both contain the word “cold” and tend to strike at the most inopportune times, that is where the similarities end. Cold Sores Defined Cold sores, also referred to as fever blisters, are sores that usually appear on the lip, but may also occur on the cheeks, chin or nose. Symptoms include red, itchy, tingly, burning and irritated skin that develop into blist…Read More