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KEEP YOUR SMILE HEALTHY THIS SUMMER

2020-07-09T01:38:39+00:00July 8th, 2020|Dental|

Tips to Maintain Your Dental Health Throughout the Summer While you’re enjoying the warm weather, it’s easy to ignore your dental care routine. To ensure your summer doesn’t leave you searching for a dentist, beware of these 5 summertime activities that can put your dental health at risk. Swimming Pool Water Chlorinated pool water is

COVID-19 APPOINTMENT PROCEDURES

2020-06-02T21:07:31+00:00May 8th, 2020|Dental, Reno Dentist, TMJ Treatment|

To Our Valued Patients: Well Beyond Dental is now open to see patients!  We are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety and health of our team and our patients.  We are adhering to all safety guidelines of the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational

SIGNS YOUR CHILD MAY NEED TO SEE A RENO TMJ SPECIALIST

2020-06-02T21:32:07+00:00April 23rd, 2020|Dental, Reno Dentist, TMJ Treatment|

As we age we learn about what’s normal for our bodies and what isn’t. However, children can be completely unaware of a problem with their body until the problem becomes more severe. For example, what your child may think is normal jaw soreness, you may actually know is a TMJ disorder. With that in mind,

HOW VITAMINS AND MINERALS AFFECT YOUR TEETH

2020-06-02T21:50:37+00:00February 24th, 2020|Dental, Healthy Living, News|

Tips from Well Beyond Dental RenoBecause your oral health can directly affect your body’s overall health and wellness, it’s important that you take proper care of your teeth and gums. And just as you would take vitamins and minerals to promote a healthy immune system or boost your body functions, they’re also great for strengthening

HOW YOUR DENTAL HEALTH AFFECTS THE REST OF YOUR BODY

2020-06-02T20:58:55+00:00October 21st, 2019|Dental, Healthy Living, News|

Having poor dental health can affect more than just teeth. There are links between poor oral hygiene and serious health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. However, visiting your Reno dentist can help you avoid health problems related to bad oral health, and get you on a proper oral hygiene routine.  Health Problems Related