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Mastrovich Dental

Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC

A general practice with special emphasis on esthetic implant and reconstructive restorative dentistry
Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
An important part of overall health (which contributes to dental health), is rest for body and mind. Daily rest and periodic time off to allow your body and mind to renew. We hope these glimpses into our team's varied approaches to 'R&R" during our office break in May will inspire you toward your own intentional 'time out' for renewal.

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Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Oral Health Benefits Of Chewing Sugarless Gum Discussed
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (7/9) discusses how chewing sugarless gum may help prevent tooth decay. The article explains that chewing gum increases saliva production, helping to keep teeth clean. The article adds that brushing and cleaning between teeth regularly is still necessary to maintain oral health.
Dental professionals can find information on chewing gum on an ADA Science Institute-developed Oral Health Topics page. Dentists can refer patients to MouthHealthy.org, ADA’s consumer website, for up-to-date and evidenced-based information about chewing gum.
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Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Escondido Dentist Charles A. Mastrovich, DDS, APC
Cannabis Use May Negatively Affect Oral Health, Dentist Notes
The Spokane (WA) Spokesman-Review (6/7, Damon) shared information from Dr. Barry Taylor, a dentist, assistant professor at Oregon Health & Science University, and member of the American Dental Association, about how cannabis use can negatively affect oral health. In addition to increasing food cravings, “cannabis causes dry mouth, and dry mouth will cause a patient to get cavities,” said Dr. Taylor. The article reported that edibles also are “a major sugar source themselves,” and Dr. Taylor said “if you smoke it, it still has carcinogens in it similar to cigarettes.” Further, some studies suggest that “heavy users of marijuana tend to visit the dentist less often,” he said. Dr. Taylor “encourages dentists he works with to start the conversation with their patients about marijuana use and oral health.”
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