Dr. Dr. Yaron Miller, B.D.S.
Dentist | General Practice138 Civic Center Drive 115 Vista CA, 92084
Dr. Yaron Miller is a Dentist practicing in Vista , CA. Dr. Miller specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others. Dr Miller also offers cosmetic and implant services and has the latest in dental technology.
Dr. Dr. Yaron Miller, B.D.S.'s Expert Contributions
It's not likely but depending on where you live there may be heavy metals in the water. Certain foods cause staining of teeth especially fried foods- maybe your diet has changed? READ MORE
Topical anti-virals can be applied but they need to be caught at the early stage. There is often an initial tingling sensation before the ulcer breaks out. Treatment from this point on is palliative. These should resolve on their own in 1-2 weeks. READ MORE
It isn't very contagious. Treatment is through applied topical anti-fungal creams. Speak to your dentist or doctor about this READ MORE
Normally a metallic taste indicates the presence of blood, which is common if you have gum disease. Consult with your dentist to see what may be causing this. READ MORE
Acidic food and beverages. Most carbonated drinks have acids added to them like phosphoric acid. Fruit juices can also be a cause. Try to sip beverages through a straw and aim to the back of your mouth avoiding swirling. READ MORE
This depends on the size of the gap. Often, the space can be treated conservatively with composite bondings or veneers. READ MORE
Yellowing teeth is not generally an indication of any underlying disease. Ask your dentist for whitening options which are very effective. READ MORE
Bleeding and sometimes gums are the main sign. Bad breath is also often associated with this. READ MORE
Iron deficiency is not associated with teeth sensitivity. Consult your dentist for possible causes and treatment READ MORE
Dental implants are placed in areas of missing teeth or teeth that need to be removed. You can have implants if any of the above relates to you. READ MORE
I would have them bonded just in case they decay or break further. This is normally easy non-invasive and relatively cost effective READ MORE
All kids lose teeth and you should not make a big deal about it. This is why the tooth fairy was invented. Promise him a good payout and I'm sure he will be waiting for the next tooth to fall out. READ MORE
You need to try to identify the cause of this. Speak to your dentist and GP and try to find out if you can identify a possible cause/s. This is difficult to treat but there are several products on the market that are OTC and can be used to help. READ MORE
Bad breath can come from the sinuses, throat as well as the stomach. First eliminate the presence of gum disease by seeing your dentist and then see your doctor. READ MORE
It may remove surface stain only. The only way to whiten the inside or body of the tooth is with whitening gel of a minimum of 10% carbamide peroxide. Ask your dentist for information. READ MORE
Only start worrying if teeth are not present at 18 months. Some kids teeth develop slower than others. READ MORE
Sealants fill the deep grooves in teeth that food and bacteria get stuck in. They are very effective and advisable. READ MORE
This is a bad habit and can cause teeth to break and TMJ problems. I would advise you to try to break this habit asap. READ MORE
Chewing gum is bad for your jaw joints and can lead to TMJ issues. It doesn't affect the teeth unless is contains sugar. Chewing sugar-free gum in moderation can be beneficial for the teeth. READ MORE
Not really. The only product which whitens teeth is Peroxide gel. READ MORE
Brushing does not remove the food and bacteria between your teeth. Failing to floss will lead to tooth decay and periodontal disease. Floss only the teeth you want to keep. READ MORE
Sometimes the infected remnants in the canal are pushed past the tooth apex into the bone and this causes swelling. In most cases a course of antibiotics will need to be taken which should resolve this. It is important to go back to your dentist/ endodontist to have this checked out READ MORE
Bleeding gums is often a sign of periodontal disease. It is not specifically related to diabetes. This needs to be treated asap to prevent further bone loss and accumulation of aggressive bacteria in your mouth. This is true for all patients whether they have an underlying medical condition or not READ MORE
The usual medication is a local anesthesia like lidocaine 2% or septocaine 4% READ MORE
Many things can cause this condition. Your son may have a congenital (inherited) condition or he may have weak teeth. It's possible that you may not be brushing his teeth as well as you think. Milk bottles at night could also be a culprit. See your local dentist so he can be assessed correctly. Normally the decay in primary teeth doesn't effect the permanent teeth but this still needs to be addressed. READ MORE
It shouldn't unless the liquids are high in sugar. Drink through a straw if you are worried about this. READ MORE
It's not recommended but generally harmless. READ MORE
This can be due to several issues. It's best to have your local dentist assess you properly. READ MORE
Most frequently pregnant women suffer from bleeding gums. This is due to hormonal changes. Best to be extra vigilant with oral hygiene during this time. READ MORE
Acidic food and drinks like carbonated drinks. Habitual grinding and clenching of the teeth can also cause this. READ MORE
Floss only the teeth you want to keep. I think this answers your question. READ MORE
It's not likely to be rust, possibly some surface stain or food. Go back to your orthodontist to have it checked. READ MORE
It's uncommon for an infection to spread from one tooth to another. Usually infection presents as a localized swelling with localized bone destruction. This is dangerous and needs to be treated immediately. READ MORE
All healing takes longer if you are a diabetic including root canals. If pain persists beyond 2 weeks go back to your dentist READ MORE
These are typical signs of gum or periodontal disease. Seek professional dental help asap. READ MORE
This is not normal. Seek a dental opinion asap. READ MORE
Teeth grinding can be caused by many factors but stress is a primary cause. It is not bad for your health but can cause damage to your teeth enamel as well as your TMJ. Ask your dentist to discuss treatment including a night grinding appliance. READ MORE
Bad breath can be caused by many things. It is a good idea to see a dentist to eliminate all dental causes like periodontal(gum) disease first. Bad breath can originate from the stomach or sinuses as well. READ MORE
This is not normal but a common complication. Go back to your dentist, you may need to be placed on a course of antibiotics. READ MORE
Seek a consultation with a dentist immediately. This is commonly due to a nerve dying and indicates the presence of infection. You will need an antibiotic and probably a root canal treatment or extraction. Have this seen to asap READ MORE
Many people report varying degrees of efficacy when using clove oil. It is better to use an over the counter analgesic like ibuprofen and make an appointment to see your dentist asap READ MORE
Iron tablets don't normally stain teeth. This is more common with the liquid form. See your hygienist and discuss possible causes of this. READ MORE
This is due to too much plaque accumulation. Use a disclosing solution to check if he is removing the plaque properly. READ MORE
Professional whitening like the KOR system work amazingly. Ask your dentist for options. OTC products don't work that well. READ MORE
It is possible but dentists now have very good topical desensitizes which can seal your teeth and help with sensitivity. Sometimes even a small bonding can be placed over the sensitive area. Consult your dentist. READ MORE
You should be able to eat everything. Possibly avoid very acidic or spicy food. READ MORE
This is quite normal. Give it another 6-8 months before you even start worrying. A quick x-ray will show where the teeth are, but it's tricky to get them to keep still for the xray. READ MORE
Not common at all. Possibly the contents of the infected canal could be pushed through the tooth apex causing infection. It's most likely just a coincidence. READ MORE
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