October 1, 2018
Operation Gratitude – Halloween Candy Buy Back
What’s better than having your Halloween candy and helping our troops too? Getting Paid!
We’ve partnered with Operation Gratitude again to host our 4th annual Halloween Candy Buy Back to help say “Thank You” to our troops. It’s so simple – sell us your extra Halloween candy and we’ll pay $1/lb to take it off your hands. Operation Gratitude will take it from there.
Who is Operation Gratitude?
Operation Gratitude is a wonderful organization that supports troops through various programs, including sending care packages to our troops overseas. The Operation Gratitude team will send your candy and any other personal items you’d like to give in personalized packages. We strongly encourage any personal letters or cards to put in words how much you appreciate their service to our country!
And don’t worry, we’ll be donating toothbrushes and toothpaste to help keep their smiles healthy after enjoying your sweet treats.
Where do I drop off my candy?
Bring your extra Halloween candy to Advanced Dental Care 3033 Bristol St. Ste. AA, Costa Mesa, CA 92626. Please see reminders and drop off times below.
October 24th – November 9th
- Mondays 9:00am – 7:00 pm
- Tuesdays 9:00am – 5:00 pm
- Wednesdays 8:00am – 5:00pm
- Thursdays 9:00am – 7:00pm
- Fridays 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturdays and Sundays – Call or email to check our schedule! (714) 793-0841
On November 9th, we’ll be renting a U-haul and driving up all of your donations to the Operation Gratitude warehouse so make sure to get your candy to our office by 5:00pm.
Let’s remind our troops that we’re here for them and help put a smile on their faces when they are away from home.
- Candy must be unopened.
- Personal items must be unused.
- Cards and letters to the troops welcomed and encouraged!
Please do not hesitate to call/text us at (714) 793-0841, or contact us by email or live chat with any questions!
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August 1, 2018
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May 12, 2017
Cosmetic Bonding or Fillings – which is the right fix for you?
Cosmetic dentistry can be used to quickly and easily fix imperfections in your smile. Cosmetic bonding and dental fillings can be great options to repair a chipped tooth or alter the size and shape of a tooth in just one visit! And you’re in great hands at Advanced Dental Care.. Dr. Jeremy Jorgenson is not only the best dentist in Costa Mesa, but an artist when it comes to restoring teeth with cosmetic bonding or dental fillings!
Cosmetic bonding is a procedure that uses a composite resin or a dense, formable plastic that looks and feels just like the enamel on your tooth. The composite material can be used to fill in chips or to add length or width to a tooth to achieve the size and shape you desire. With a skilled dentist like Dr. Jeremy Jorgenson, you can achieve the look you want in just one visit. Dr. Jorgenson will review the bonding process and collaborate with you to determine the size, shape, and color you desire. Then he will directly apply the composite material to your tooth and use a curing light to harden the material. Voila! You have a beautiful, strong, healthy smile!
Check out our patient Courtney’s 10 minute bonding transformation!
Dental fillings are used when the tooth is decayed or fractured requiring both a clinical and cosmetic fix. Dr. Jorgenson uses the same composite resin used in dental bonding, but also removes any decay from the tooth ensuring the tooth is healthy and prepped for the bonding. Both the indirect and direct bonding techniques are actually comprised of several procedures.
- Prepping the Tooth: may be necessary to trim away any decayed or sharp surfaces
- Etching: acidic solution applied to make a better surface for the bonding material to adhere to
- Applying the Bonding Agent: the glue that holds the composite to the tooth
- Applying the Composite
- Direct Bonding: the composite is placed directly on the tooth in layers
- Indirect Bonding: the composite is formed outside of the mouth and then applied to the tooth
- Curing: a blue light that causes the composite and bonding agent to harden together
- Shaping and Polishing to Perfection!
Each step is necessary to ensure that your bonding restoration is the perfect size, shape, smoothness, and color to achieve the best function, health, and aesthetic of the tooth!
To schedule your free consultation with the best dentist in Costa Mesa, Dr. Jeremy Jorgenson, you can call or text us at (714) 424-9099 or book right on our website at www.mycostamesadentist.com!
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Cosmetic Bonding and Dental Fillings
February 1, 2017
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Periodontal Probing and Charting
You may have heard your dental hygienist calling out numbers during your last cleaning appointment.. “2-3-2” “4-3-3” “5-6-4”. If your dental hygienist didn’t explain the procedure to you, this is called Periodontal Probing and Charting or Periodontal Measurements. Periodontal Probing and Charting is one of the hygienist’s most important tools for determining the condition of your gums, what type of cleaning you need, and measuring the success of the treatment on subsequent appointments. (more…)
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The Importance of Periodontal Probing and Charting