Dr. Stevens primary goal is to help people have healthy teeth and gums. He always let’s his patients know what is the necessary dental work. He is conservative in his recommendations. Dr. Stevens secondary goal is to help patients improve their smile with optional dental procedures such as teeth whitening and cosmetic crowns that his patients are […]
People tend to brush their teeth too fast and too hard. For proper teeth brushing you should first use a soft bristle brush. Then brush gently for at least 90 seconds. If you brush too hard, you can cause enamel to be worn away and gum tissue to worn away or gum recession. If you don’t […]
There are many advantages of professional in office teeth whitening. Here are a few of them. 1.More Effective. 2.Look Younger 3.Faster Results 4. Safest Option. 5. More Confidence in Business and Social Settings.
Brushing your teeth is something you do every day. Because you stand at the sink every morning and night, it is possible that you may miss some important clues to your oral health. Should you look into the sink after brushing and notice a little red or pink mixed in with your toothpaste, there is […]
Dental care is all about exams and cleanings, right? Not so much. Even in the most basic realms of dentistry, there are small variances that need to be noticed. For example, the care that is obtained for a child may revolve around oral hygiene for cavity prevention. Older adults may have different needs based on […]
Dr. Bryan Stevens Dental office is conveniently located on Foothill Blvd. His office serves Upland, San Dimas and the surrounding cities.
Dr. Bryan Stevens Dental office is conveniently located on Foothill Blvd. His office serves Upland, La Verne and the surrounding cities.
Dr. Bryan Stevens dental office is conveniently located on Foothill Blvd. His office serves Upland, Claremont and the surrounding cities.
Dr. Bryan Stevens office in Upland is conveniently located on Foothill Blvd. His office serves Upland, Rancho Cucamonga and the surrounding cities.
There are reasons for going to the dentist at least every 6 months. First, getting regular teeth cleanings and checkups reduce the risk of getting new cavities and second it reduces the risk of periodontal gum disease which effects many Americans. It also allows the dentist the opportunity to stop any small problems from progressing […]