David Tran Dental

at 1741 W Romneya Dr, Ste E, Anaheim, 92801 United States

A family and cosmetic dental office that emphasize on communication to provide excellent dentistry with compassion and to build a life long relationship with all our patients.

David Tran Dental
1741 W Romneya Dr, Ste E
Anaheim , CA 92801
United States
Contact Phone
P: (714) 778-1460

Opening time

  • Tuesdays: 08:30- 17:30
  • Wednesdays: 08:30- 17:30
  • Thursdays: 08:30- 17:30
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 18:00

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Sorry everyone for the long delay, but I am here to follow up a previous post to discuss what to do and expect when adult teeth get traumatized. A basic break down of the 3 result of trauma are: fracture, displacement and complete lost of the tooth/teeth. (1) Fracture can be small as a crack line to a small chip, moderate as a quarter or half of the tooth missing, or large as the entire tooth being broken. Regardless, treatment varies from "just watching it" to filling, veneer, or crown to fix the tooth and possibly root canal if it involves the nerve or extraction if it cannot be saved. (2) Displacement involves the tooth being in a different position than it was originally. It can be loose, pushed forward, backward, up into the gum or out of the gum, regardless the treatment is a bit more complicated. As soon as possible, reposition the tooth back to its original place and splinting the tooth with a wire will help stabilize it for 2-4 weeks. When ready the splint will be removed and re-evaluation will be necessary, but the option for orthodontia/brace will have to hold for 3-6month up to 1 year depending on the severity of the trauma. (3) Complete lost of a tooth is the worst case scenario. If an adult tooth comes out within the first 5 min, locate the tooth, clean it a little with saline water or milk to remove any dirt or debris, but DO NOT scrub it or use cleaning agent, re-implant the tooth as best as possible from original position and contact a dentist as soon as possible. If this cannot be done (which it does sound difficult for most people) rush to a dentist or an emergency room but store the tooth (from best to worst solution) cold milk, saliva or in our own mouth, saline solution or water. If the tooth can be re-implanted within 20-60min, there is some chance that the tooth can saved. It will need to be splinted and may need other treatment but the alternative would be to lose the tooth. Hope this never happens to anyone but you are all better inform with this information, please like us and share our link to your friend and family so they may learn something new, thanks and see you soon.

Published on 2014-02-11 08:16:55 GMT

Hello everyone and hope all is well. During this holiday season with kids running around accident can happen. Recently, a close friend's son had an injury that involved their teeth... This struck close to home since I have a 2 and 4 year old and the same can happen to them. So I wanted to pass some information to all the parents out there on how to deal and what to expect with accident involving baby teeth. First, contact your pediatrician, if anything is broken or there is excessive bleeding they need to go to the hospital. Next, if the injury involves minor bleeding, cuts, bruises and swelling than now you can access the teeth with us, so call ASAP. (1) Most injury in children teeth that involve crack, chip, or broken teeth can be fixed with fillings, crowns or some form of root canal therapy but more severe case may require the removal of the teeth to protect the adult teeth. The treatment would be done after allowing 1-2 weeks for the bruised and swollen area to heal and the child to mentally recover from the initial accident. (2) In more severe cases where the teeth are moved, pushed in or out from the mouth than we must evaluate them early. In most case, the teeth will move back on their own but we need to recheck every 3-6 months and watch if they may change color, cause pain, develop a bump/infection around the gums, or get loose. (3) In case where the baby teeth are complete lost, DO NOT put them back in because as stated by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry doing so may cause more harm to the adult teeth if done incorrectly. In adult teeth, you CAN clean them gently and re-implant them immediately or store them in cold milk or saliva and bring them to us to re-implant within 30 minutes, but I will save this for our next post. If there is any questions let me know and I hope this helps.

Published on 2013-12-10 08:12:00 GMT

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and just to update things, our WEBSITE: davidtrandental.com is up and running. You can refer friend, family, and coworker to come check us out or write a testimonial. They can download forms, email for an appointment, or get direction to us here in Anaheim. We are also linked to Yelp and have an account there too to read or place a review. I will place an update soon too, see you all.

Published on 2013-12-03 18:30:28 GMT

Here is some information for pregnant or soon to be mothers. It is recommended to maintain oral health during pregnancy because "research as indicated that women with periodontal disease may be at risk of adverse pregnancy outcome, such as giving birth to preterm or low-birth weigh baby" according to American Academy of Periodontology. Tenderness, redness, swollen gums, bleeding during brushing or eating, gums that are pulling away from the teeth, bad breath and loose teeth are all symptoms of periodontal disease. These signs in general should not be ignore, especially during pregnancy and require treatment as soon as possible with your dentist. Keep checking in for news and tips for you dental health.

Published on 2013-11-08 23:39:24 GMT

Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and having a great New Year! Its been busy with us here with the holiday and so I have been a bit behind on the post. I will post the continuation for the trauma to adult teeth next time and instead will post something I have been asked a lot lately. It involves something we all come across and that is halitosis or bad breath. What causes it and what can we all do about it? (1) Brush (at least 2/day) and floss (at least 1/day) more frequently. One of the prime causes of bad breath is plaque and food left behind between your teeth and gums. (2) Scrape your tongue. The coating that normally forms on the tongue can harbor foul-smelling bacteria. To eliminate them, gently brush your tongue with your toothbrush. (3) Avoid foods that sour your breath. Onions, garlic, coffee, etc... are the prime offenders. The substances get into your blood stream and travel to your lungs, where you breathe them out. (4) Kick the habit. Bad breath is just one of many reasons not to smoke or chew tobacco. Smoking damages gum tissue and stains teeth. It also increases your risk of oral cancer. (5) Rinse your mouth out. In addition to freshening your breath, anti-bacterial mouthwashes add extra protection by reducing plaque-causing bacteria. After eating, swishing your mouth with plain water can also help freshen your breath by eliminating food particles. (6 ) Skip after-dinner mints and chew sugar free gum instead. Sugary candies promote the growth of bacteria in your mouth and add to bad breath problems. Instead, chew sugarless gum that stimulates saliva flow, which is the mouth’s natural defense mechanism against plaque acids that cause tooth decay and bad breath. Hope that helps and pass us along to your friend and like us, thanks.

Published on 2014-01-02 22:58:31 GMT

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