Dr. Campbell’s Personal Testimony

By WrenchCaptain

Personal Life Testimony of Dr. David Campbell:As the third generation of my family to serve Southern California with dental care, our family has been extremely blessed with the honor of successfully serving grateful patients from lower economic communities over the last 80 years. Because I grew up in such a successful family, my early years…

Dental Health

By WrenchCaptain

Facts About Dental HealthKeeping good dental health can be very simple.  You can have a bright smile and keep yourself from getting bad breath, cavities and gum disease by learning the answers to the following questions: Q  How can I take care of my mouth at home?A  Brush with a fluoride toothpaste at least twice…

Flossing & Alternatives

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FFlossing is the second most important technique needed to keep your teeth clean.  Flossing should be done at least once a day to remove plaque from between the teeth and under the gum line.  Brushing alone cannot reach these areas.  Because tooth decay and gum infections often start in these areas, it is very important…

Selecting a Toothbrush

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Proper technique is just as important as the frequency of brushing.  Proper brushing technique begins with selection of an adequate toothbrush and tooth paste.   The ideal tooth brush will be labeled “soft” bristle.  “Hard” or “Medium” bristles have been found to wear down the teeth, especially at the gum line.  This prices would take place…

Selecting a Toothpaste

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Selecting a toothpaste can be quite confusing today with the many different additives and choices.  The single most universal and important additive is fluoride.  If a toothpaste does not state directly that it contains fluoride then don’t buy it.  The benefits of fluoride have been well established and documented by hundreds of studies in universities. …

Brushing Your Teeth

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The technique of brushing has not changed for yours.  One quarter to one half inch of toothpaste on a wet brush would be stroked first on the tops of the teeth.  Then proceed to the gum line on both sides of each tooth.  Either small circular motions, vertical motions or horizontal motions are acceptable.  The…