Author: Yuba City Dentistry

For people that are not suffering symptoms related to COVID-19, getting emergency help with injuries or ailments has become increasingly difficult. Hospitals and ER rooms have been forced to limit how many people can be seen at any given time, often giving precedent to those...

What is PST? It certainly sounds secretive, doesn’t it? You might not have heard of this dental procedure before, but we are open and forthcoming about all of our procedures — just ask. The Yuba City Dentistry Group also doesn’t divulge the secrets of our patients,...

You change the oil on your car. You remodeled the living room by yourself. You successfully removed that sauce stain from the carpet. And you learned to do it all from instructions videos on the Internet or personal experience. Having so much success with Do-It-Yourself...

Taking Out the Tongue Map Sweet up front, salty on the sides, sour behind that, and bitter in the back; according to a diagram still used in schools and textbooks today, taste sensations are divided into certain sections of the tongue’s surface. Unfortunately, this common understanding...

Pulling the Tooth, the Whole Tooth and Nothing But the Tooth With the skills, procedures, and technologies available today, it’s increasingly rare that the Yuba City Dentistry Group needs to pull a tooth from a patient’s mouth. If a tooth becomes infected, then root canal procedures...

Watching Out for Your Toothbrush At the Yuba City Dental Group, we prefer safety and sanitation in our business practices – like social distancing and wearing masks and gloves – for your safety and ours. We regularly address any weak links in the safety and sanitation...

It’s important to visit the Yuba City Dentistry Group regularly, at least every six months. There are several reasons for this. Regular checkups allow us to inspect your teeth and gums, making sure they are healthy. If any issues have developed, we can assess the...

Part 7 from a series written by an Invisalign user When I became an Invisalign wearer in October of 2019, I was told it was a four-month process, give or take a few weeks. I dutifully wore my aligners, averaging about 21 hours of wear each...

Perhaps you’re one of the many people who keep up with their oral hygiene, and even visit the Yuba City Dentistry Group at least twice a year. Well done! However, you might be concerned if you begin to develop cavities, seemingly out of the blue....