Can professional teeth whitening cause tooth sensitivity? Or is that just a myth? Get the facts about tooth whitening and sensitivity.
When you are missing teeth, there are many restorative dentistry options to consider. Let's cover them right now.
Neuromuscular dentistry treatments are an ideal way to address TMJ disorders and other issues with dental alignment.
Dr. Jean E. Barthman educates patients on what they can expect during the Invisalign® treatment timeline.
General health and oral health are linked, and both benefit from diets high in antioxidants. Discover the health benefits of antioxidants.
In-office teeth whitening with Zoom!® offers patients a safe, effective way to whiten their teeth multiple shades in less than an hour.
Dr. Jean Barthman offers neuromuscular dentistry to effectively relieve patients of the painful symptoms of TMJ disorder.
Invisalign® offers many clear benefits, and not all of them are strictly cosmetic, believe it or not.
No matter what the cause of a chipped tooth, there are plenty of great treatment options that can restore its form, function, and health.
Dr. Jean E. Barthman can address various stages of tooth decay by offering patients treatment with fillings or dental crowns.
Diabetic patients have a number of serious dental care needs. Let's consider issues with gum disease, dry mouth, and thrush.
Cavities and tooth decay are the result of oral bacteria damaging the enamel layer of the teeth. Here are treatment options and tips for prevention.
Restorative dentistry, particularly exams and cleanings, can prevent gum disease. This condition may raise your risk for heart attack and stroke.
At Dr. Barthman’s practice, we provide dental care for teens. We can address special concerns, such as braces, diet, athletics, and TMJ disorder.
We offer a number of treatment options for cavities at the Redwood City practice of Dr. Jean Barthman.
Learn more about dental care and seniors so you can prevent and seek appropriate treatment for the most common oral health conditions related to aging.
Oral health shouldn't be neglected during pregnancy. Follow these dental care tips during pregnancy to help maintain a healthy smile.
Dental fillings often require replacement after 5 to 10 years depending on the type of restoration (composite or metal) and the patient's oral health.
Cosmetic dentist Jean Barthman helps patients prevent teeth grinding so that they can avoid the potential side effects of this dangerous habit.
Root canal infections cause major damage to the teeth. Prevention tips include brushing regularly, flossing nightly, and wearing mouth protection during sports.
Root planing and scaling (deep cleaning) is an ideal way to address plaque deposits and tartar buildup at the gumline, preventing gum disease and tooth decay.
Read this blog post to learn about the protective uses of dental mouthguards, including the benefits they offer to athletes.
After undergoing teeth whitening treatment, common side effects include tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. Here is how to prevent and address these problems.
There are several treatment options for tooth discoloration, including teeth whitening and the placement of porcelain veneers.
Gum recession can negatively affect a smile and reduce a patient’s overall dental health. Learn what you can do to reduce a receding gum line.
The treatment of chronic dry mouth is important for many reasons, including the avoidance of more severe oral health problems in the future.
BriteSmile® teeth whitening is a great option to consider if you would like to get rid of tooth stains and discolorations. Read more about this cosmetic dentistry option.
Dental crowns that are poorly constructed or placed are extremely vulnerable to chipping, cracking, or becoming dislodged.
Improve your porcelain veneers' lifespan with these aftercare tips.
Gum disease treatment can halt the progression of gingivitis and periodontitis, saving your teeth. Learn why it is important to treat gum disease early.
Dental bonding and porcelain veneers are popular methods to improve your smile. Learn the pros and cons of each.
To determine if your bad breath might be helped by dental treatment, consider its common causes.
It is important to know and understand the different causes of tooth erosion, as well as how to prevent the condition.
Proper care will ensure limited discomfort and sensitivity after having your teeth whitened.
At our office in Redwood City, dental exams are an essential part of providing excellent comprehensive care to our patients.
Inlays and onlays are a great option to consider if you want to restore overall dental health and wellness. Let's take a few moments right now to go over the basics of inlays and onlays and how they can be of great benefit to you and your needs.
TMJ disorders can cause major problems with your overall well-being and dental health. Many people have misconceptions when it comes to what TMJ disorders are and how they can be treated. Let's look into these matters in greater detail.
Read here to learn about the benefits Redwood City patients are experiencing with porcelain dental crowns.
When you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth, one of the best ways of restoring the appearance and strength of your smile is to get a dental bridge. Let's look at how dental bridges work and why it may be the best option for you and your needs.
Redwood City cosmetic dentist Jean Barthman offers microabrasion as an effective alternative to teeth whitening to qualified candidates.
Dr. Jean E. Barthman can give her Redwood City patients the smile they desire by correcting a number of dental conditions with full mouth reconstruction.
Dr. Jean E. Barthman can apply porcelain veneers to give her Redwood City patients instant orthodontics treatment.
At our Redwood City cosmetic dentistry practice, we offer tooth-colored dental fillings as an alternative to traditional metal fillings.
In this blog post, we review the smile makeover treatments that are available to our Redwood City cosmetic dentistry patients.
The brightest holidays are filled with smiles!
Invisalign® and porcelain veneers are both good options to consider for getting the smile that you’ve always wanted. Sometimes one is better than the other, though. Your dentist will be able to determine which option will be best for you.
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