February 2018

Tooth sensitivity can affect anyone temporarily. Permanent sensitivity requires treatment!

What to Know About Toothache

Toothache pain may come on suddenly and is difficult to treat without professional dental care. In fact, toothache is one of the most common reasons for emergency room visits, especially from the rural areas of Placer County. Cavities are the usual culprit of tooth pain...

Our Placerville dentists encourage parents to help and monitor their children's oral hygiene routine.

Great Gums

Healthy gums are crucial for dental health. So what do great gums look like? Here are some things to look for, suggested by the dentists at the Placerville Dental Group Identifying Healthy Gums Healthy gums are:Pink and firm; Wrapped tightly around teeth to protect their roots; ...

A child will generally pull their teeth on their own.

Love Your Mouth

People like results. For many, faster is better. Therefore, if your teeth and gums aren't in their best condition, what can you do to experience a healthier, good-looking, pain-free mouth quickly? Brush and Floss Daily Do your gums bleed when you brush? If so, this is a...

A baby chews a teething toy, a generally safe way to alleviate teething pain.

Defeat Monster Mouth in February!

February is National Children's Dental Health Month and the American Dental Association (ADA) has chosen the theme: “Defeat Monster Mouth!” The Placerville Dental Group, along with other dentists all over the United States, supports the ADA's pledge to help children establish healthy habits to care...