Dental hygiene

How Often Should You Get a Dental Checkup in San Antonio?

When was the last time you had a dental checkup? Most people need a dental check-up every six months. If you have a higher risk for oral diseases, we advise you to receive an examination every four months. At Jurich Dental, we provide regular dental checkups to ensure your oral health. Welcome to Jurich Dental Family

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9 Tips For Preventing Gum Disease From Jurich Dental

Unfortunately, gum disease is very common. However, it’s completely preventable if you follow our oral health tips at Jurich Dental. Here are some simple ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy: If you keep your teeth and gums healthy, you will only need to visit the dentist for cleanings and checkups. Not major treatment.

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3 Tips To Make Brushing Count in San Antonio

Many of Doctor Levi Jurich’s patients walk in for cosmetic or sedation dentistry. Many for routine checkups and cleanings. And most really want to know if they are brushing properly. Having patients come for treatment and leave with questions answered—from which toothpaste to buy to proper tools and techniques—is our business. At Jurich Dental, we

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Super Smiles in San Antonio Have Strong Enamel

Did you know that enamel is the hardest substance in the body? It’s true! This substance, found on the outer surface of your teeth, truly should last a lifetime. But just because it’s super durable doesn’t mean you don’t have to work to take care of it. At Jurich Dental, we are committed to helping

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Debunking Dental Myths in San Antonio

Today’s Jurich Dental blog post focuses on three dental-related myths prevalent in the San Antonio area. All Sugar Is Equally Bad For Teeth We all know that sugar increases our risk of tooth decay, but some types are worse than others. Sugar-based foods that sit on the teeth are more dangerous than those that are

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The 411 on TMJ in San Antonio

Do you have unexplained pain or clicking sounds in your jaw? They can be signs of serious oral issues. At Jurich Dental, we can determine the extent of your problem. Some conditions with the jaw and the muscles that control it are known as temporomandibular disorders (TMD). But it’s also commonly called TMJ because that’s the

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There’s No Substitute for a Toothbrush and Floss

Many dental patients wonder why, with all the developments in dentistry, we still send you home with a complimentary toothbrush and roll of floss. Let Jurich Dental tell you why it’s so critical. The Most Important Tools to Keep Your Smile Healthy It’s true, they do seem a little old-fashioned in our high-tech world, but

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Danger Zone! 5 Signs Of Gum Disease

Here is some vital news for anyone who cares about their dental health: periodontal disease, or gum disease, is a main cause of tooth loss among adults. There is also evidence that it is associated with heart disease. Fortunately, this problem is easy to treat if it is found in the early stages, especially by

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A Dentist’s Indispensable Tool: The X-ray

Providing trusted dental care is much easier for dentists when they have extensive, comprehensive information about their patients’ oral health. Pictures are more accurate than written notes. To go a step further: pictures that show what’s going on below the visible surface of your teeth are worth even more than a thousand words. So, along

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3 Ways To Minimize Candy Intake At Parties

Lock yourself in a closet. Sew your mouth shut. Wear a shock collar that’s sensitive to sugar particles. At Jurich Dental Family Cosmetic and Sedation Dentistry we understand how hard it is to avoid sweets altogether at Halloween and other sugar-filled holidays. We encourage both unfettered joy and healthy living for all of our patients.

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