Eat More of the Foods You Want with Invisalign®

Published: May 12, 2017

National Taffy Day is coming up on May 23rd, and although sticky candies like taffy are notoriously bad for your teeth, we think it’s OK to enjoy them every once in a while. If you are getting ready to receive braces, then you should prepare to give up some of your favorite foods—like taffy—because they can […]

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What to Know About Professional Whitening Versus Drugstore Whitening Products

Published: March 17, 2017

Patients who desire whiter teeth have more options than ever in today’s consumer market and dental office. With the availability of several over the counter whitening products, more people than ever are able to improve the look of their teeth at home. Dr. Jacqueline Subka, a Thousand Oaks dentist, also provides professional teeth whitening services […]

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Common Questions About Dental Crowns, Answered!

Published: February 16, 2017

Whether you are getting a dental crown for the first time, or you are replacing an old crown with a new one, you probably have some questions. We definitely understand. At our office, we help patients get dental crowns in Thousand Oaks, CA and the general area. To help you understand the process, we have […]

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Does the Thought of Implant Surgery Make You Nervous?

Published: January 27, 2017

You have a strong desire to finally replace your missing teeth with a permanent solution, but there is something holding you back: Your fears about implant surgery. This is a common reason that many patients avoid getting dental implants in Thousand Oaks, CA. However, it is usually based on myths and misunderstandings. Until you know […]

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Does the Thought of Implant Surgery Make You Nervous?

Published: January 17, 2017

You have a strong desire to finally replace your missing teeth with a permanent solution, but there is something holding you back: Your fears about implant surgery. This is a common reason that many patients avoid getting dental implants in Thousand Oaks, CA. However, it is usually based on myths and misunderstandings. Until you know […]

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Why You Should Not Worry About Your Dental Implant Placement

Published: December 21, 2016

Thirty-two. That is the number of permanent teeth most people will see grow into their mouths to replace their previous set. Yet as you age, your chances of keeping all 32 of those teeth will likely diminish. The National Institute for Dental and Craniofacial Research shows, your overall tooth count may begin to decrease with […]

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Keep Your Mouth Healthy Over the Holidays: Four Easy Tips

Published: December 16, 2016

While you are celebrating with your family and friends and enjoying the holidays, the last thing you want is an oral health emergency. Simple changes to your habits can directly affect your health, and your mouth is the first place it will start. Rather than risking an emergency trip to the dentist in Thousand Oaks, […]

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Tips for Diabetics to Keep the Mouth Healthy

Published: November 14, 2016

As part of National Diabetes Month this November, our office is committing to helping our patients keep both their mouths and their bodies healthy. Many that deal with diabetes in Thousand Oaks, CA are unaware that there may be a correlation between gum disease and diabetes. While those with diabetes are more likely to have […]

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What to Expect From CEREC Crowns

Published: October 26, 2016

In the past, restorative dentistry could take weeks or even months to complete. Today with CEREC crowns, you can have an entirely new smile in just one day. With state of the art technology, you can do in one single appointment what used to take weeks to accomplish. Dr. Subka offers CEREC crowns in office, […]

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Dental Anxiety and Sedation Dentistry

Published: October 17, 2016

Practically no one likes going to the dentist, but if you have a paralyzing fear that prevents you from getting in the chair, you may have a condition called dental anxiety. Dental anxiety may seem like a high hurdle to overcome, but those who avoid the dentist because they are afraid or anxious run the […]

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