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Orange County Dentistries for a Healthier You
Not only is finding the right dentist difficult when there are so many to choose from in Orange County, CA, but getting people to muster up the courage to actually go may be an even harder task. What many people neglect to realize is that if they would just go to their local dental office 2-3 times per year, they may be able to keep from having any pain associated with their dental visit! And by visiting an OC dentistry we mean getting a full dental exam and teeth cleaning.
Pooneh Sabo, DDS of Dental Orange County – OC Dental Center & OC Smile, talks about the importance of visiting your orthodontist or local holistic dentist in Orange County. “Most people come to our dental practice searching for a ‘pain-free dentist in OC’, but you can make the visit pain free by simply getting your teeth cleaning on a regular basis so we can stop any teeth and gum problems before they start!”
Dr. Sabo went on to talk about “green” or holistic dentistry and the benefits of using non toxic oral care: “We always educate our patients on using organic or natural oral care toothpaste, mouthwash, and even teeth whitening because of the amazing health benefits we’ve seen for our patients over the years.”
You can view Dr. Pooneh Sabo’s video about her dentistries: OC Dental Santa Ana, OC Smile Fullerton, and OC Smile Mission Viejo here: Dental Orange County YouTube or watch the video below.
Why Should I Visit the Dentist Regularly?
MouthHealthy.org talks about this subject. They said that visiting your dentist on a regular basis is a great way to prevent tooth and gums problems early on, but that it also saves you money in the long run because you are not letting a small problem turn into a root canal or another in depth procedure that requires charging your insurance big sums of money.
Okay, Now How Do I Find the Best Dentist in Orange County?
WebMD’s article on finding a dentist says that a great way to do this is to reach out to a local dental society or find one on www.ada.org. The ADA (American Dental Association®) is a great place to start because they are always staying up to date with which organizations and companies are constantly learning in the dental field.
Also online reviews from Yelp or Google My Business can be beneficial during your search.
Keep on checking back for new ways to that Slow Food OC will try to help the community of Orange County stay healthy and vibrant!
Slow Food OC
Slow Food OC believes in making sure the people of Orange County have a resource they can use to live a healthier life. Whether you are in Santa Ana, Fullerton, Mission Viejo, or Irvine, it’s important that you come to realize all of the amazing benefits of eating food that is good for you and made in a conscientious way.
Sustainably Grown Food
It’s so important to treat our earth right. It’s amazing that so far, the earth is the only known place in the entire universe that can support human life. How important then should we take care of it, especially through cultivating and making food that doesn’t harm our beloved planet.
Labor and Food
We believe in the fair labor of OC employees. When you treat people right, most of the time they will in turn, want to do the best work for you and your customers possible. It’s a great feeling also when you know you are supporting local Orange County workers provide for their families.
Food That Tastes Good but Is Also Healthy for You
What fun is life if you spend your entire time here in this world eating food that you don’t enjoy! We strive to show people how to make food that is beneficial for your body, but also that your taste buds love! You can thank us later!
Slow Food Orange County was a local chapter of Slow Food USA that worked to carry out the Slow Food mission on a local level. We wanted our food to be delicious and nutritious, produced sustainably and with care — a food system that is good, clean, and fair for all. If you enjoyed group activities, such as cooking classes, potlucks, garden installations, wine tastings, farm visits, etc.; volunteering; and advocating for good, clean, and fair food, then you’d have enjoyed Slow Food!
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*Note: none of the information in this blog is medical advice. Please consult a physician before changing any eating habits mentioned online.