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Welcome Dr. Navid Torabian

0 4 September 2017

Dr. Navid Torabian graduated from the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni in 2016. He recently completed an AEGD Surgical residency at the VA Long Beach Medical Center in Long Beach, California which included oral surgery, endodontics, periodontal and general rotations. He is very skilled in all aspects of implant dentistry.

  Dr. Torabian loves to play soccer! He had signed a one-year contract with a professional soccer team before attending dental school. However, halfway through that year, Dr. Torabian was injured and that lead him to explore Dentistry.

  Dr. Torabian grew up in the Sacramento region and after being away from home for the past decade, he is eager to come back home and be near his family.

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0 28 August 2017

Sierra Oaks Dental Group is looking to hire an Amazing Dental Assistant.

Are you a Dental Assistant that is looking for an amazing Dental Practice that doesn’t treat you like just an employee and more like family?… If you’re thinking “YES!”, then we are the right office for you! Please send in your resume for an opportunity to get interviewed. 

OUR PURPOSE


“PROVIDING CLIENTS WITH EXTRAORDINARY DENTAL EXPERIENCES & UNWAVERING CARE.”


OUR VALUES


HONESTY & INTEGRITY.

HARD WORK & CONTINUOUS SELF IMPROVEMENT.

UNEQUIVOCAL EXCELLENCE IN ALL ASPECTS OF THE COMPANY.

CONSISTENTLY OVER DELIVERING SERVICE TO OUR CLIENTS.

HAVE FUN IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT.

 

 

0 22 August 2017

Prevention Of Dry Mouth HAVE YOU EVER woken up with your mouth feeling like a barren desert? Then you’ve probably experienced dry mouth, although it can be even more severe, making it difficult to speak or even eat. Dry mouth affects a tenth of the population, but why is it such a problem, why does it happen, and what can we do about it?

In The Absence Of Saliva…

Saliva is the mouth’s first line of defense against bacteria, bad breath, and tooth decay. It washes away leftover food particles and neutralizes acids, protecting our teeth and gums. Consequently, when there isn’t enough saliva to perform all of these important tasks, the result is much more serious than just an unpleasant sandpaper feeling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGy4uEWLoow

What Causes Dry Mouth?

Dry mouth has numerous causes, including smoking, drinking, dehydration, and even aging. Sometimes the salivary glands can be damaged by chemotherapy or radiation treatment. But the most common cause is ordinary medication. Over 400 medications include

0 17 August 2017

Here at Sierra Oaks Dental Group we are VERY EXCITED about our next, “Patient Referral Giveaway”!

Details coming soon…

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0 10 August 2017

Dental Health | Easy ways to Improve your dental health WE’VE ALL HEARD that if we want healthy teeth, we should brush twice a day, floss once a day, and schedule regular dental cleaning appointments twice a year. Definitely keep doing those things, but if you want to step up your oral health game, here are a few easy ways to do that.

Replace Your Toothbrush Regularly

One of the simplest ways you can improve your dental health and hygiene is to replace your toothbrush on a regular basis. Vigorous brushing will make the bristles fray and reduce the brush’s cleaning ability, but that’s not the only reason toothbrushes should be replaced often. A lot of the bacteria we brush off our teeth stays on the bristles of our toothbrushes. Proper storage–meaning storing the toothbrush upright and letting it dry out between uses–can keep a toothbrush from getting smelly and nasty too fast, but it’s still important to replace your toothbrush at least every 3-4 months.

Use A Tongue-Scraper

Brushing your teeth twice daily is a no-brainer, but don’t forget your tongue! The same bacteria and gunk that flourishes on

0 6 June 2017

AS PARENTS OF SMALL CHILDREN, you probably feel like you barely have time to take proper care of your own teeth most days, so wrestling your kids into the bathroom to brush their teeth too can seem close to impossible. Parenting will always have its struggles, but this is one we can help you out with. Yes, Healthy Baby Teeth Are A Priority Some parents might mistakenly believe that it isn’t important to take care of their kids’ baby teeth—they’re just going to be replaced in a few years, right? While it’s true that they’ll get their adult teeth eventually, baby teeth serve the important function of setting the spacing for those adult teeth. It’s better to invest the time it takes to properly care for your children’s teeth now rather than increasing the chances that they’ll need years of expensive orthodontics as teenagers. Watch the video below to learn how to properly brush your child’s teeth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuLxz5IrZ6Y Now that we’ve seen the proper technique, how do we get those toddlers to sit still long enough to brush their teeth?

Handy Tricks For Squirmy Toddlers

When it comes to brushing a toddler’s teeth, sometimes things don’t go as planned, bu

0 1 June 2017

FRUIT IS AN ESSENTIAL element of a well-balanced, healthy diet. It is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and eating it on a regular basis helps boost your immune system and reduces your risk of illness and chronic disease. There are a lot of ways people get their fruit, however, and when it comes to your teeth, some ways are worse than others!

Beware Dried Fruit

Many people think dried fruit is a great healthy snack. Unfortunately, dried fruits have a lot of sugar in them, not to mention the added sugar that many packaged dried fruits come with. Because they’re dehydrated, most of the water is lost from the fruit, but none of the sugar is, making it highly concentrated. As we’ve said in previous blog posts, more sugar, more cavities! Harmful bacteria in our mouths consume the sugar and produce acids as a by-product, which can cause tooth decay. Dried fruit is also extremely sticky, meaning it sticks to your teeth longer than most other foods. To learn a bit more about why sugar is bad for our teeth, watch the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvDucjSnnhI

Can The Canned Fruit

Most canned fruits you find are bathed in sugary syrup. It may taste good, but it can wreak havoc on your teeth if y