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Comfy Dental Group


How can I schedule an appointment for Comfy Dental Group?

Call our office at (805)433-9117 and make your appointment for treatments or consultation with an expert. You can call Monday to Fridays between 9 AM to 6 PM. You can fill out our online appointment Here as well. We will call you after receiving your contact information.

Do you accept Insurance?

Yes, we accept and honor most dental insurance plans. The following are just a few of the dental insurance carriers we're providers for: Aetna, Ameritas, Anthem Blue Cross, Cigna, Delta, Guardian, MetLife, Medical, United Health Care, and UCCI. Please call our office for more details at: 805-433 9117

Do you have Payment Plans?

Yes, with our point of sale financing platform we can empower our patients across the credit spectrum with affordable financing options allowing for full treatment acceptance and an exceptional patient experience!

What should I do in Dental Emergency Situations?

From an sever toothache to a cracked tooth, dental emergencies always come when you least expect it. Our staff is always willing and ready to take same-day emergency tooth appointments. With advanced technology and doctors that are expert in dental emergencies, we can have your dental emergency solved in no time.

What is Tooth Decay?

Tooth decay is also known as dental caries or dental cavities. It is the most common dental problem that dentists see in patients. Practically everyone, at some point in their life, has experienced tooth decay.

How tooth decay occurs?

Tooth decay occurs when bacteria form a film, called plaque, on the surface of teeth. The bacteria produce acids from the sugars in food. The acids eat away at and permanently damage the enamel, or outer layer, of the tooth. The acids then start working on the softer dentin layer beneath the enamel.This breakdown of the tooth can lead to cavities or holes in your teeth.

What are the symptoms of tooth decay?

Symptoms of tooth decay may include:Bad breath, Black or brown spots on your teeth, An unpleasant taste in your mouth. It can also cause toothaches, including pain when you eat and drink hot, cold, or sweet things.

How can I prevent tooth decay?

You can help to prevent tooth decay with regular (twice daily) brushing and flossing. Also, get regular checkups from your dentist to have the plaque scraped from your teeth.

What is the treatment for tooth decay?

Dental care begins with assessing the extent of your tooth decay and recommending a course of action. This may include fillings, crowns, or a root canal. The option chosen may be extraction followed by dental implants or dentures.

What is the first stage of Gum Disease?

Gingivitis is the early stage and mild form of gum or periodontal disease. It is a bacterial infection that is caused by the buildup of plaque.It is important to note that gingivitis can be painless and as such, you may not notice it. This makes regular dental checkups a good idea.

What are the symptoms of Gum Disease?

Common symptoms are gums that are red, swollen, and bleed easily. You may also experience bad breath and sensitive teeth that hurt when you chew.

How Gum disease occurs?

Skipping brushing and poor brushing techniques can contribute to gum disease. So, too, can crooked teeth that are hard to brush properly. Other risk factors include tobacco use, pregnancy, and diabetes.

How can I prevent Gum Disease and whats the treatment of the Gingivitis

Gingivitis can be treated by a thorough cleaning from your dental health professional. To prevent it from coming back, you will have to practice twice-daily brushing and flossing.

What is Periodontitis?

Left untreated, gingivitis can become a more severe form of gum disease called periodontitis. This is when pockets in the gum become infected. This can lead to damage of the bone and tissue that hold the teeth, as these, too, become infected. It can also lead to Shrinking and receding gums, Loose permanent teeth, A change in bite, An unpleasant taste in your mouth, Persistent bad breath. What's more, periodontitis can trigger an inflammatory response throughout your body. Dental care for periodontitis includes topical antibiotics to treat the infection or a referral to a periodontist – a gum disease specialist.

What is the meaning of Bad Breath?

Bad breath or halitosis is one of the most common dental problems. It is also among the most distressing.

How Bad Breath occurs?

Bad breath can be caused by several different factors, including: Poor oral hygiene, Dry mouth, Medication, Infection, Acid reflux,or Cancer. One or more of the foods you eat could also be the cause of your halitosis. Spices such as garlic and onion are common culprits.

What is the treatment of Bad Breath?

Because the causes of bad breath are so varied, your dentist will do a complete assessment and prescribe a course of action that best suits your case.

When I eat hot food or drink cold water, I feel pain in my teeth. Are my teeth become sensetive?

Your teeth become sensitive to hot and cold foods and drinks when the enamel is worn away and the dentin is exposed. The dentin has tubes that lead to the nerve deeper inside the tooth. Hot or cold substances can travel along the tubes to the nerve and cause intense pain.

What are the causes of Sensetive Teeth?

Tooth sensitivity, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, can be caused by tooth decay. Other possible causes include: Gum disease, Root infection, A cracked or broken tooth, Worn-down crown or fillings, Enamel erosion,and Receding gums. You could also have sensitive teeth because the enamel layer of your teeth is naturally thin.

What are treatments for sensetive teeth?

There are kinds of toothpaste and mouthwashes meant specifically for use with sensitive teeth. Your dentist might also recommend a fluoride treatment, crown, gum graft, or a root canal. The chosen treatment depends on the severity of your case.

What actions may crack or break my tooth?

Cracked or broken teeth are most often caused by: Injury, Chewing hard foods, Mouth piercings, Grinding of teeth while you sleep. A cracked or broken tooth can cause you a lot of pain, depending on the extent of the damage.

What is the treatment of cracked or broken tooth?

Regardless of how bad you think the crack or chip is, you should have it examined and treated by a dentist as soon as possible. Options for fixing this dental problem include a veneer, crown, or the use of tooth-colored filling.

What are causes of Receding Gums?

Receding gums can be caused by and can lead to other common dental problems. The condition can also lead to more serious issues, such as losing a tooth. This is because the condition exposes the delicate root of the tooth, making it susceptible to damage. Receding gums can be caused by a range of factors, including: Poor oral hygiene, Brushing your teeth too hard, High blood pressure, Hormonal fluctuations in women, or Smoking. Your receding gums might also be genetic, that is, the condition runs in your family.

What are the signs of Root Infection?

A chronic (long-lasting and persistent) throbbing toothache is one sure sign of root infection. Both chewing and biting will be painful and the part of your mouth where the infection is will be very sensitive to hot and cold food and drinks. In some cases, the area of the face around the infection also becomes swollen.

Why my tooth root become infected?

The base or root of your tooth can become infected and swollen with bacteria. This most often happens because of cavities, cracks, or fractures in the tooth. Root infection can lead to damaged tissues and nerves of the tooth, and eventually to the development of abscesses.

What are the treatments of Root Infection?

A root infection is treated by a root canal. And, although many of us cringe in fear at the thought of having a root canal performed, the procedure is actually very safe with minimal pain since dentists use anesthetic while performing root canals.

What is the Enamel Erosion?

Enamel erosion is a condition that develops very slowly and leaves teeth both discolored and rounded-looking. Its primary cause is consuming plenty of sugary and acidic foods such as soda and sweets over a long period of time. A rare cause is brushing your teeth too often, too hard, and too long.

Is there any possibility to restore the lost enamel?

Enamel erosion leads to teeth that are very sensitive, weaker, and more susceptible to cracks, chips, and cupping. The lost enamel cannot be restored on teeth that have suffered enamel erosion. However, you can greatly reduce any further enamel erosion by cutting back on sugary and acidic foods. Using toothbrushes with softer bristles helps, too. You can also greatly improve the appearance of your teeth with dental veneers.

Why my mouth is dry?

Anyone can be affected by dry mouth. It is not a natural part of aging but it is more common among the elderly. Causes of dry mouth include cancer treatments, salivary gland disease, nerve damage, and diabetes. HIV/AIDs and certain medications can also bring on dry mouth and dry throat.

Is there any treatments for Dry Mouth?

You can relieve dry mouth and dry throat by taking sips of water throughout the day. You should also avoid substances that are known to be drying. These include alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, and sweets.

We I asleep, I grind my teeth. What are the causes of teeth grinding?

Bruxism is the dental term for when you grind your teeth. Grinding most often occurs while you sleep but can also happen while you are awake. It can damage your teeth, cause you to develop jaw pain, and might even lead to headaches and earaches. Some dental conditions can lead to grinding. These include: A new filling or crown that is higher than your other teeth or an abnormal bite. Some persons suffer from bruxism when they have a sleep disorder, are stressed, or are dealing with anxiety. Treating these underlying issues could help to ease or stop your grinding.

Could a dentist help me to treat dental grinding?

What your dentist can do is give you a custom-made mouthguard to use at night. It will help to minimize the grinding and offer some protection to your teeth. It will also help to correct bite issues.

Get Your Dental Problems Treated at Comfy Dental

Dental problems can affect your self-confidence, general health, and quality of life. Reach out to us at Comfydental whenever you notice signs of any of these common dental problems and treatment can begin as soon as possible. Contact us, as well, for regular dental care to keep common dental problems at bay. Our dental professionals can assist with all aspects of your dental health.


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