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Cosmetic Dentistry

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Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic Treatments


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Clear Aligners
Porcelain Braces

Dental Implants

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Teeth Whitening

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Whitening Kits
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What to Know about Tooth Decay

What to Know about Tooth DecayTooth decay is a widespread problem. Most people have experienced tooth decay at some point in their lives. In fact, it is considered the second most widespread human disorder. Our dentist in Beverly Hills encourages our patients to take a proactive approach towards tooth decay.


Oral bacteria cause tooth decay. These bacteria live naturally in the mouth and form a sticky film on teeth. They feed off the sugars in the foods we eat, and they form an acidic byproduct that attacks the teeth. As the acid demineralizes the tooth, it decays the enamel. A diet high in sugary treats, simple carbohydrates or acidic foods or beverages can also increase your risk.


The best way to prevent tooth decay is to brush your teeth twice daily and floss daily. This will reduce plaque buildup and cut down on the bacteria that attack your dental enamel. Regular professional cleanings can also keep your teeth healthy. Our dentist will clean away any tartar buildup that could threaten your dental health and increase your risk of tooth decay and make recommendations based on your personal risk factors. Fluoride, which is a naturally occurring mineral, can help strengthen teeth against decay.


If you are diagnosed with tooth decay, our Beverly Hills dental fillings expert will need to treat the tooth. The decayed area will be removed, and a dental filling will be placed. Amalgam or tooth-colored fillings may be available to restore your tooth’s original shape, strength and function.

Contact us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment with our dentist.

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