Oral Health

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...

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...

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....

When you see a sign along the road that says the above, you pay closer attention to the road. You might even grip the steering wheel a little tighter. You are preparing for a change! Something different is about to happen and you don’t want...

As an essential business, the Yuba City Dentistry Group is ready and available to make sure your mouth, teeth and gums are clean and healthy. Nevertheless, many people still find creative ways to back out of dental visits. If this describes you, remember that your...

Mouthwash serves a number of useful purposes. Prescription strength mouthwashes provided by the Yuba City Dentistry Group effectively control the bacteria that cause gum disease or relieve the effects of dry mouth. Anti-cavity mouthwashes featuring fluoride may help remineralize your tooth enamel and protect you...

When the Yuba City Dentistry Group discusses plaque with you, we’re likely not talking about some ornamental tablet meant to commemorate a person or event — although we might display one or two. And when we discuss tartar, we’re probably not talking about the tasty...

One of the main ways Americans like to celebrate their holidays is with eating, but especially with candies! You might immediately think of October as the biggest candy-eating month, and we agree. However, November offers candied yams, December has candy canes, February is full of...