This Thursday at 6:30 pm, we are presenting an informative meeting about dental implants at the office in Northridge. The session is limited to 10 attendees, so you must call 818-772-7720 to make a reservation. If you are coming straight from work, our chef client is making appetizers!
Recently, I attended the fall scientific session of The California Dental Association in San Francisco. In addition to seeing what's new on the exhibitor floor, there are many continuing education lectures and workshops. There could be worse ways than to visit a beautiful city like San Francisco (and fun in Anaheim because of Disneyland for the spring meeting) to keep my dental skills and knowledge up-to-date.
The holiday calendar in Japan has "Keiro no hi," or Seniors' Day, that celebrates the wisdom, health and accomplishments of the elderly. It it is the third Monday of September (TODAY!). So yesterday my church had a luncheon for seniors over 70, which included a bento box of salad, rice, pickles, seitan, seaweed, etc., and fruit salad for dessert, entertainment, and a small gift the children's church kids made. Lots of visiting amongst old-time friends and the younger generati
My lifelong interest and participation in sports lead me several years ago to become a member of the Academy for Sports Dentistry. I have been providing sports mouth guards to athletes at CSU Northridge, Team USA, and clients to protect them from traumatic dental injuries. I also became a WNBA season ticket holder -more about that later- and after each L.A.Sparks home game, the season ticket holders are invited to a Q&A session with one of the team. In July, my favorite playe
My last blog I posed several questions about missing teeth. If you have thought about them and want more information, you can reserve a spot for our evening implant meeting, 6:30 Thursday evening, September 29, here at 18907 Nordhoff St., Suite #46, Northridge, CA by calling 818-772-7720 and leaving your name and telephone number.
Missing a tooth? Are dental implants the best choice for you? Ask yourself these questions: 1. Do you want a smile that will be the most natural? 2. Do you want to preserve the bone in your mouth? 3. Do you want something that will function the best? 4. Do you want a 'fix' that will not lead to an embarrassing moment? 5. Do you want something that will be best in the long-run?