All posts by Salmeh Jafarifar

Root Canal Common Questions

Root canal is actually a space within a tooth. It consists of a pulp chamber and one or more canals within the roots of the tooth. The nerves and other anatomical structures such as blood vessels are cased within the root canals.

Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal Therapy is also known as Endodontic Therapy. It is one of the major surgeries in the field of endodontics.

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Common Questions About Tooth Extraction

A tooth extraction is the term used for the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jaw bone. Visit our Las Vegas Dental Office if you’re in need of a tooth extraction.

When do I need to have my tooth extracted?
If your tooth has been in pain for a long time and has severely decayed and broken down it is not possible to save it at this time. An extraction is needed. Most times a tooth with pain can be saved with a root canal therapy if it is still intact. If finances are an issue then you might have to consider an extraction in order to become pain free.

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Common Questions About Teeth Whitening

What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is also called dental bleaching. In basic terms, whitening of tooth restores the natural color of the tooth and bleaching improves the white color of the natural tooth.

When is tooth whitening done?

Many times you might have felt that your teeth are not up to mark in terms of aesthetics. When you smile or laugh, your teeth don’t look the best. In this case you can visit our Las Vegas Dentist especially a cosmetic dentist who will examine the hue, color and shade of your teeth. According to the results you may be advised to undergo teeth whitening procedure.

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Baby’s Breath

Dr-Salmeh-Jafarifar-Las-Vegas-Dentist-Babys-BreathEverybody loves babies. They are cute, cuddly, kissable, soft, warm, and adorable. Accept for the occasional dirty diaper, babies seem to have no body odor. That includes mouth odor. Some people even think that their breath smells sweet.

Why do babies have such fresh breath? Can babies get halitosis?

Babies can have halitosis and other oral issues, but they are far less likely to get them than adults. Halitosis in babies does not usually result from the food that they consume such as milk. This condition is usually caused by illness or dry mouth.

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How Your Breath Affects Your Love Life

How Your Breath Affects Your Love Life by Dr Salmeh Jafarifar - Las Vegas NVBad breath can definitely stand in the way of romance. No one wants to be up close and personal with someone who has mouth odor. Sometimes people are even unaware of the pungent aroma emanating from their mouth. This can lead to embarrassment. What Causes bad breath? Can it be treated?

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