Apr 13
If you have aches in your smile, then you should let your Albuquerque, NM, dentist know. Often, persistent pain in our smile could mean the presence of a cavity or a dental infection. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at…
Mar 30
Social distancing is a great way to help slow the spread the COVID-19 and protect members of our community. Right now, we’re offering emergency treatment, but otherwise limiting treatments to help safeguard the health of our patients and team members. However, if…
Dec 16
Are you still shopping for the special people on your list? Well, don’t forget about their smiles! In today’s blog, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist looks at fun and smile healthy gift ideas, and offers a few tips to help protect…
Dec 09
In just a few weeks, many of us will be joining our family for holiday celebrations, or possibly attending get-togethers with friends or co-workers. We hope you have a safe and fun time, but we also want you to keep…
Dec 02
Finding time to see us before 2019 comes to an end is running out! We urge our Albuquerque, NM, residents to visit our office for a routine checkup and cleaning. We can then create a personalized treatment plan to help…
Nov 25
Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without characteristically overindulging on our favorite foods. Most of us realize that moderation to at least some degree is important, but fewer people consider how to protect their teeth from the influx of minerals, nutrients, and…
Nov 18
2019 is running out! Thanksgiving is around the corner, and Christmas is right on its heels. Which means if you want to schedule your final checkup and cleaning of the year, you should contact your Albuquerque, NM, dentist today. Our…
Oct 28
With Halloween just a few days away, you and your family will likely be tricking or treating, or attending a spooky party. This means you’ll be enjoying plenty of sugary sweets. While the occasional Halloween treat is fine, too much…
Aug 30
Without routine care both in-office and at home, you can develop painful cavities that threaten your smile’s health and stability. Fortunately, with better oral hygiene habits and a few changes to your daily routine, you can help your smile stay…
Aug 12
A routine cleaning, which should take place every six months, is key for protecting smiles from the onset of gingivitis and gum disease. But what if your gums have become inflamed? In order to reverse the problem and safeguard your…

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