Oral Cancer Symptoms

March 25, 2022 By Jason Cellars, DDS

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month: Get Screened Oral cancer is tricky. It can sometimes be asymptomatic so that patients are unaware that there is anything to worry about and it can sometime create symptoms that can be mistaken for another condition. It's extremely important to be screened regularly for oral cancer and also to visit our dentist in order to ensure that there is nothing to worry about. Remember, the earlier the oral ...

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What to Look for in a Dentist?

March 21, 2022 By Jason Cellars, DDS

Choosing a new dentist in Huntington Beach may make you uneasy. However, it shouldn’t have to be as long as you know what to look for. Depending on the kind of patient you are, whether you are an anxious patient who needs sedation or are a patient who does not, generally you will need to look for the qualities that suit you best when determining which dentist to go to. We’ve put together ...

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When Good Breath Goes Bad

March 18, 2022 By Jason Cellars, DDS

According to the National Institutes of Health, poor oral hygiene is the most common reason for bad breath. And all the mouthwash, breath mints, and breath fresheners in the world can’t banish bad breath when the source is bacteria rather than the food you eat. If you’ve been having trouble keeping your mouth feeling fresh and smelling good, this article will help you locate the real source of the problem...and it may ...

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Knocked-out Tooth? Here's What You Need to Do!

March 16, 2022 By Jason Cellars, DDS

Huntington Beach dentist Dr. Jason Cellars provides friendly service to patients who want to protect their smile from common conditions like cavities and gum disease. Our experienced team is also available to treat dental emergencies. One of the most commonly asked questions about an avulsed tooth, or a knocked-out tooth, is whether or not the tooth can be saved. While every case is unique, there are general tips that may help you improve your chances ...

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Periodontal Disease

March 10, 2022 By Jason Cellars, DDS

Do you have reddish, swollen, and tender gums that bleed when you eat or brush your teeth? If yes, it might be because of underlying gum inflammation, also known as periodontal disease. But don’t worry, you are not alone. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 47% of adults aged 30 or above suffer from some form of periodontal disease. The good news is that periodontal disease is preventable and ...

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