Bad Breath Treatment At Oceanside Dental Excellence

Bad Breath Treatment at Oceanside Dental Excellence

Do you suspect that you have bad breath? I’m Stephen and Kimberly Dankworth of Oceanside Dental Excellence, a full-service dental office in Oceanside, California. I help our dental patients diagnose and overcome this unpleasant, irritating, and potentially embarrassing condition. Bacteria that live in your mouth cause a bad smell. Breath mints and mouthwashes do not…


Excellence In Pediatric Dentistry At Oceanside Dental Excellence

Excellence In Family Dentistry At Oceanside Dental Excellence

At Oceanside Dental Excellence in Oceanside, we are proud of our legacy of dental excellence. We Serve The Vista Area If you are researching pediatric dentists in Oceanside, Vista, Vista, or Camp Pendleton, we invite you to visit us at Oceanside Dental Excellence in Oceanside. Our dental service menu includes general, restorative, and orthodontic services. We…


Inlays And Onlays For Custom Same-Day Tooth Restorations

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At Oceanside Dental Excellence, we carry out many tooth restorations for urgent care patients. We’ve been restoring teeth since 2018 for our valued patients. We fill cavities. We repair broken teeth. We place dental implants after tooth extraction. Regardless of the extent of the tooth damage—or if the tooth has to be extracted—we create custom…


Been A While Since You Had Your Teeth Cleaned?

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Welcome to the dental practice of Drs. Stephen and Kimberly Dankworth, DDS. At Oceanside Dental Excellence, we provide comprehensive full-service dentistry for patients in Oceanside and surrounding communities. Our excellent team of skilled hygienists, dental assistants, and administrative staff help Drs. Dankworth exceed our patients’ expectations. At Oceanside Dental Excellence, we understand the value of…


Dental Care For ICU Patients Lowers Infection Risk

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Welcome to Oceanside Dental Excellence. Today’s post focuses on an article that appeared recently on ScienceDaily.com. The article describes a study of Brazilian ICU patients that compared infection rates of those who received enhanced oral care instead of routine oral care. The patients who received more intense dental care were 56 percent less likely to…