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Teeth Are Fun: Yes, Women Take Better Care Of Their Teeth!


Even though women are more likely to floss at least daily than men, that doesn’t mean that women don’t get many cavities – and it doesn’t mean that men need to just stand in front of the mirror and watch their teeth fall out. Whatever your gender, brush and floss twice and day, and call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free oral health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Are You Among The 1 in 5 With Significant Gum Disease?


If your gums are puffy, red, painful or sometimes bleed, you have gum disease – just like 21 percent of adults – and the longer you wait to correct the problem, the more likely you are to have worse problems, including tooth loss. Instead of just being a statistic, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free oral health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Is Your Mouth One-Third Less Healthy Than You Think?


If you’re brushing but not flossing, you’re missing a third of your tooth surfaces, all those places between teeth and at the gum line where a toothbrush can never reach – and that means your oral health is being compromised minute by minute. Brush, floss, use mouthwash and call Brighton Dental in San Diego for a free dental health consultation at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Don’t Let Your Kids Be In The Majority


The majority of kids in their pre-teen years have had a cavity, but sometimes it’s best not to be in the majority. No matter where your kids stand now with their dental health, we can solve problems and prevent new ones when you call to schedule a free consultation with Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Don’t Forget Your Oral Health Routine When You’re Sick


Even when you’re feeling bad – like from seasonal allergies – don’t forget to maintain your oral health routine to prevent your teeth and gums from being damaged while your focus is on something else. If you can stop sneezing long enough to contact us, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free dental and oral health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Irish Or Not, Stick To An Oral Health Routine


If you have the luck of the Irish (and some Irish people don’t have it!), don’t tempt fate: Brush, floss and use mouthwash so that you can start your day and go to bed with a clean, healthy mouth. To see where your oral health stands now, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Is Something Eating Away At You?

If you don’t brush and floss before going to bed, the foods of your day could be eating away at your teeth all night long – and that means cavities, costly dental visits and other bad things. For a free consultation to see how much damage has been done already, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Love Your Teeth Or It Will Come Back To Bite You!

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Loving your teeth means taking care of them by brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly – and failing to love them could come back to bite you in the, uh, butt. Getting and keeping your teeth healthy starts with calling Brighton Dental San Diego now at (619) 359-6569 for a free, no-obligation consultation. 

Teeth Are Fun: Slacking On Dental Hygiene Is A Bad Start

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Slacking off on dental hygiene because your morning is too busy and you’re too tired in the evening could start a downward spiral of worsening life problems – all because you didn’t brush and floss. Learn where you stand and what a dentist can to do help when you call (619) 359-6569 and then come in to Brighton Dental San Diego for a FREE consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Great Teeth Are Part Of Your Best Possible Life

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Self-help gurus, fitness instructors, teachers, parents and everyone else may always be suggesting ways for you to live your best life ever – but that can be tough when your teeth and gums are getting worse and worse. Call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a FREE consultation – and get healthy between your lips.