Western Dental


Western Dental
Western Dental is listed in the Dentists category in Fontana, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Western Dental which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Western Dental on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Western Dental is:
9765 Sierra Ave
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 427-8000
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Pasadena #Dentist Uncovers Leading Causes Of Tooth Pain - #WesternDentalPasadenaCA91101 | bit.ly/2lfG8Zj

Palmdale #Dentist Answers: When Is It Time To Remove Your Wisdom Teeth? - #WesternDentalPalmdaleCA93551 | bit.ly/2lLoRKq

Dr. Annie Choi & Manager,Wendy,from our Inglewood office putting up the prestigious "People Love Us on Yelp" sticke twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Hollywood #Dentist Reveals Most Overlooked Reasons for Tooth Decay - #WesternDentalLosAngelesCA90038 | bit.ly/2lbOqBi

Children's Dental Health Month Tip #4 Reducing Sugary Snacking: Be Picky About Sticky Snacks. If you’ve been under the impression that gummy or fruit snacks are healthier alternatives, you’re not alone. According to the American Dental Association, fruit rollups, gummies and other dried fruit snacks stick to teeth and can be more troublesome than treats like chocolate. Even foods such as raisins can stick to teeth, giving the sugar time to be consumed by the bacteria in our mouth. #ncdhm

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Children's Dental Health Month Tip #3 Reducing Sugary Snacking: Skip the Soda. Soda and carbonated beverages are bad news for your child’s teeth. According to the American Dental Association, one can of soda is the amount of sugar recommended for three days for a child. #ncdhm

In 1859 Dr. Robert Tanner Freeman, graduated from Harvard University Dental School, becoming the first African-American to earn a dental degree.

Children's Dental Health Month Tip #2 Reducing Sugary Snacking: The Truth About Juice. Because juice is high in sugar and calories, water and milk are always the best options for your little one. In fact, water and milk are the best beverages for your teeth, period. (That goes for grown-ups, too.) #ncdhm