Learn the Best Ways to Eliminate Bad Breath

San Francisco, California-You’ve been trying mints, gum, mouthwash and other quick fixes. But nothing seems to be of any help toward your halitosis, or bad breath.

Healthy teethInstead of masking the problem, let’s examine the underlying causes of bad breath. When you experience a buildup of bacteria in your mouth, the inflammation that results can actually give off nitrous odors and unpleasant smells.

It’s nearly impossible to tell on your own if your breath smells. As an alternative to asking a friend or family member to tell you, dentists advise looking and potentially smelling your dental floss following use. A distinct, foul smell in addition to any blood on the floss can usually point to halitosis.

With that being said, consider these causes of bad breath, as states on WebMD.

    1. Untreated cavities, periodontal disease, cracked fillings and unsanitary dentures
    2. Medical conditions such as diabetes, respiratory tract infections, liver disease and chronic bronchitis
    3. Consumption of foods including garlic and onions, as well as beverages like coffee and alcohol.

Some foods and beverages can decrease your chances of experiencing halitosis. Drinking water, for example, promotes the production of saliva, which constantly cleanses your mouth and dissolves any sticky substances. Fruits and vegetables that are rich in vitamin C are also ideal in combating bad breath because they create an environment not suitable for mouth bacteria.

Vitamin D, found in fortified yogurt, milk, orange juice, salmon and eggs, can also reduce mouth bacteria thanks to its ability to lower the levels of odor-causing sulfide compounds.

What may be the most surefire way to knock out your case of halitosis?

“Keep your dental appointments and maintain good oral hygiene habits,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “If you come in and we confirm you have bad breath, we’ll look into prescribing medicine that will remedy the situation.”

Larson Dentistry provides the finest cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, sleep apnea, neuromuscular dentistry and restorative dentistry in San Francisco and surrounding areas. If you are experiencing bad breath, please don’t be shy about calling us for an appointment.

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Dealing with Sleep Apnea? See a Dentist

Sleep Apnea treatmentsSAN FRANCISCO, CA-The possible consequences of untreated sleep apnea continue to heighten. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, experts now pinpoint a strong connection between obstructive sleep apnea and the risk of high blood pressure, despite the use of medications.

The participants involved were those who had cardiovascular risk factors, as well as moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea. Researchers in the study found that resistant high blood pressure was more than twice as likely in those with severe sleep apnea as participants with moderate sleep apnea.

“The study presents some pretty important findings,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “Even with prescribed medication, patients with severe sleep apnea will have difficulty maintaining ideal blood pressure.”

American Academy of Sleep Medicine president Dr. Timothy Morgenthaler explains in the August issue of Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine that a substantial chunk of people will be affected by this.

“Over one-third of patients with hypertension and nearly eight out of 10 patients with treatment resistant hypertension have obstructive sleep apnea,” he says. “People who have high blood pressure should talk to a doctor about their risk for sleep apnea.”

We often associate sleep apnea with grogginess, dozing off at odd hours during the day, having trouble concentrating at work and snoring. But what actually causes this disorder?

When the throat and tongue relax during sleep and block the patient’s upper airway, obstructive sleep apnea occurs. Depending on whether the airway is partially or fully blocked, people can either experience snoring or breathing pauses that force the body awake.

You might be surprised to know that one in five adults suffer from some type of obstructive sleep apnea. However, many cases go unnoticed.

Those with sleep apnea often deal with morning or nighttime headaches, extreme fatigue during the day, and problems with concentration.

“Sleep apnea prevents oxygen flow to the brain,” explains Dr. Larson. “That’s why people may wake up in the middle of the night gasping for air. Going to bed at night becomes a struggle because sleep patterns are so irregular.”
And as sleep apnea continues to go untreated, one’s immune response lowers because your body weakens against infections. This prolonged lack of sleep can have a negative impact on a person’s mood, productivity and social life, in addition to other aspects of health. Along with blood pressure, untreated sleep apnea contributes to depression, impotence, sore muscles and even diabetes.

Fortunately, getting back a good night’s sleep can begin with a trip to the dentist office. Dr. Larson, one of the leading experts in treating sleep apnea, provides patients with a dental orthotic to wear at night.
“The Continuous Open Airway Therapy (COAT) appliance creates optimal air exchange and oxygenation during sleep,” says Dr. Larson. “And since they’re uniquely designed for each patient, the appliance is comfortable to wear on a nightly basis.”

The treatment doesn’t stop there though. Because sleep apnea has also been linked to TMJ disorders and tooth grinding, Dr. Larson will utilize neuromuscular tests and his innovative office technology to effectively treat sleep apnea while ensuring a harmonious bite for the patient.

Patients wearing the sleep appliance shouldn’t be at all concerned. Custom fitting and initial titration of the comfortable two-piece appliance is provided personally by Dr. Larson. Plus, you can sleep in any position without having to be restricted to one spot all night.

Let’s revisit the connection between severe cases of sleep apnea and elevated blood pressure. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 36 million American adults don’t have their blood pressure under control. What may be more telling is that about 80 percent of those with drug-resistant high blood pressure have some degree of obstructive sleep apnea.

“In years past, correcting sleep apnea was all about allowing a patient to return to a happier life,” says Dr. Larson. “Now, it’s also about improving one’s heart health. That’s why it’s so important for patients to come in for an appointment if they have any sleep apnea symptoms.”

Enjoy a good night’s sleep again. Larson Dentistry provides the most advanced sleep apnea treatments in the Bay Area. Call us today at 415-397-2804 to set up your initial consultation.

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See Your New Smile with Digital Smile Simulation

SAN FRANCISCO, CA- A new and improved smile would appeal to many people. Unfortunately, not being able to visualize the end result turns potential cosmetic dentistry patients into skeptics.

Cosmetic Dentistry“You might be the perfect candidate for dental implants or porcelain veneers,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “It’s completely reasonable to want to see how you would look following the procedure.”

At Larson Dentistry, we are pleased to provide our patients with digital smile simulation. Thanks to specialized dental simulation software, you’ll be able to see the difference of your current smile and how it would look after the treatment. We even provide you with photos that you can take home to show to your loved ones before making a final decision the procedure.

“It gives patients a no-hassle way to see the difference in their teeth and smile,” explains Dr. Larson. “But it’s not like you’re forced to have a procedure done if you choose to use the simulation. There’s absolutely no commitment.”
This smile makeover simulation is ideal for those interested in dental implants, veneers or even a new gum line. Patients are able to focus less on researching cosmetic dentistry procedure and more on feeling confident in their beautiful, revamped smile.

“Patients can think of these almost like before and after photos,” says Dr. Larson. “The technology involved makes for a simulated image that is amazingly accurate and detailed. Each patient’s photo will be individualized based on the type of procedure they’re interested in.”

If you want to see how your smile would look before actually going through with a procedure, contact us to set up your dental simulation. You probably don’t realize how stunning your smile can really be.

Larson Dentistry provides cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, sleep apnea, neuromuscular dentistry and restorative dentistry in the Bay Area. We offer affordable payment options for all of our services to ensure the highest of patient satisfaction. Visit our website or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804.

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Want to Look More Successful? Just Say ‘Cheese’

SAN FRANCISCO, CA-Take a moment and think about what a successful person looks like. They probably dress impeccably, drive a nice car and own a good-looking house.

Cosmetic dentistryHowever, experts say that smiling hints that you’re intelligent, confident and outgoing.

“An attractive smile is warm and inviting,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “Someone who rarely smiles puts out the notion that they aren’t happy and don’t want to open up to other people.”

In the business world, smiling can be hugely beneficial. Studies show that a smile not only projects confidence, but also professionalism. Those who flash their pearly whites at work typically exude more openness and flexibility toward their coworkers. Plus, they have a better ability to cope with challenges on a regular basis.

“Smiling can be a major stress reliever because it’s so relaxing,” explains Dr. Larson. “If you have a straight face all day, it’s natural for your body and mind to become uptight.”

A lot of people wish they could smile at work more, but are worried about what others would think of their teeth. They may suffer from chipped or missing teeth, fillings or discolored teeth. The result is a self-conscious person who feels embarrassed to smile at all.

“These people may not exactly be unhappy with their life,” says Dr. Larson. “They’re probably thinking they’re doing themselves a favor by not smiling and feeling embarrassed. But they’re actually making their overall lifestyle more challenging as a result of holding a tense facial expression for extended periods of time.”

At Larson Dentistry, we want you to feel confident when you smile. A beautiful smile enhances so many aspects of your life, including your psychological health and well-being. If you feel that a minor cosmetic dental procedure could go a long way in feeling better about yourself, choose Larson Dentistry.

Our staff offers porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, dental implants, full mouth rehabilitation and laser gum recontouring for those wanting to look and feel their best. For more information, check out our website or give us a call to set up your initial consultation.

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Patients Enjoy Natural Look with Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

SAN FRANCISCO, CA-The word ‘cosmetic’ can be a bit scary at times. When a person considers having a cosmetic procedure (dentistry or otherwise), they often wonder whether the results will look artificial or natural.

Cosmetic DentistryCosmetic dentistry is all about correcting and improving the appearance of one’s teeth, mouth and smile. But certain treatments can also provide restorative benefits to patients. This is evidenced by dental fillings used to treat decayed teeth.

Still, arguably the number one reason for wanting a cosmetic dentistry treatment is for psychological reasons.
“Our teeth are an imperative part of our lifestyle,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “We usually think of their main purpose as being for eating. But especially when we smile, we want our teeth to look our best.”

Years ago, cosmetic dentistry treatments were completely different in comparison to what they are today. For one, they didn’t look natural. Dentists were forced to use treatments that didn’t provide long-lasting results because of the poor technology.

“What we perform today aren’t gimmick treatments,” Dr. Larson explains. “Cosmetic dentists who have invested in countless post-graduate programs and who teach other dentists the latest techniques should be sought for their skill level. Patients now can trust that they’ll enjoy a reliable and effective treatment.

At Larson Dentistry, patients can enjoy the following cosmetic dentistry choices.

1. Porcelain Veneers

This particular treatment can fit the needs of many people. Those with chipped teeth, tooth discoloration, crowding and other issues can lead a person to wanting porcelain veneers. Think of veneers as your normal teeth, but with an enhanced appearance. Dr. Larson uses the most precise techniques to ensure that these porcelain laminates provide not only the best appearance for your teeth, but functionality as well.

By the second appointment with our team, patients will enjoy fantastic results with their veneers. And thanks to its durability and strength, you don’t have to worry about staining. As long as you maintain your good dental care habits, your veneers will continue to look and feel great.

2. Laser Gum Surgery

You may already have beautiful teeth. But many people don’t like how gummy their smiles can look. With laser gum recontouring from Dr. Larson, you can finally rest assured that people will focus on your teeth more than your gums when you smile. Using a soft tissue laser, Dr. Larson can sculpt your gum line in a way that will create smooth and symmetrical lines. The technique with the laser allows for an efficient and painless process for the patient. As soon as you leave the office, you’ll notice the results.

3. Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Whether it’s from an accident, gum disease or aging, our staff sees many patients who have dealt with tooth loss. Depending on the case, tooth loss can cause problems with eating and speaking. Many people without a full set of teeth experience a major drop in confidence. If you have been researching cosmetic dentistry treatments, don’t just settle for dentures.

To combat extreme tooth loss, Dr. Larson uses a combination of dental implants and full mouth rejuvenation. This technique is most effective because patients won’t have to worry about losing any more bone density with the procedure. The use of dental implants and crowns also helps people regain normal function of their teeth. Full mouth rehabilitation even improves one’s appearance by properly supporting important facial muscles.

4. Dental Implants

For those that aren’t in need of full mouth rehabilitation, dental implants alone could be the ideal option. Dr. Larson can drastically improve your oral health by reinforcing your bite with dental implants. Made from titanium, these can help you talk and eat without any more problems. The implants integrate securely and invisibly with the gums and bone, preventing it from deteriorating.

Patients who move forward with this procedure should know that the process involves an implant surgeon. Before Dr. Larson can insert the proper ceramic crown, the implant surgeon will place the small amount of titanium into the missing teeth spaces.

5. Teeth Whitening

We’ve discussed teeth whitening plenty in previous blog posts. Our staff has seen an influx of patients who come in for our teeth whitening treatments and we expect that trend to continue. If you want the easiest, safest and most efficient way to have brighter teeth, you can enjoy the results that come from our deep whitening systems.

Take away the hassle and guessing that often comes with over-the-counter methods. By the end of your treatment, you will be proud to have teeth that have been whitened up to 10 shades.

6. Smile Makeover Simulation

The previous five cosmetic dentistry treatments may sound great. But how do you really know which is right for you? Our office technology enables patients to literally see how a particular treatment will impact the appearance of their smile. These digital images can give you a better idea of expected results and eliminate any guesswork. We like to think of this simulation as trying on a new outfit before you choose to purchase it.

If you’re ready to transform your smile, as well as your life, visit our website or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

Larson Dentistry provides an array of elite cosmetic dentistry treatments in the Bay Area. To ensure your comfort during a procedure, we may be able to sedation dentistry for your treatment.

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Cosmetic Dentistry Concerns Increase with Age

seniors coupleSAN FRANCISCO, CA-You may do everything in your power to take care of your teeth. From brushing and flossing regularly to seeing your dentist for routine cleanings, you take great pride in your oral health.

Unfortunately, we can’t stop our bodies from aging. We experience loss of hearing, vision, muscle, bone density and strength, amongst others. One’s teeth also begin to lack its youthful appearance, fading to a yellowish tone and showing signs of decay and wear.

It’s why so many dentists have placed importance on cosmetic dentistry in recent years.

“One of the easiest ways to look and feel younger is receiving a cosmetic dentistry treatment,” says San Francisco dentist Dr. Greg Larson. “A person’s smile remains one of the most looked-at factors in a person. If we can help someone feel confident about their appearance through a simple teeth whitening treatment, that’s a great feeling.”
Dr. Larson and his professional team at Larson Dentistry offer a handful of restorative care options, including porcelain veneers, laser gum recontouring, full mouth rehabilitation and dental implants. All of these choices are ideal for older patients in particular.

“Years ago, this age group definitely had the reputation of being afraid to go to the dentist,” explains Dr. Larson. “But now, we see many who come in with the goal of wanting to look their best. They don’t seem to mind if it’s major or minor work.”

If you still happen to have fear over going to the dentist, you can rest easy. We always try to offer sedation dentistry to patients so they can feel more relaxed and comfortable during their treatment.

Larson Dentistry provides cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, TMJ, snoring, sleep apnea and teeth whitening in the Bay Area. To ensure the highest of patient satisfaction, we offer affordable payment options for all of our services. Visit our website or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

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Teeth Whitening Options Discussed by San Francisco Dentist

Teeth Whitening

SAN FRANCISCO, CA-If you watch a regular amount of television, it’s safe to say that you’ve probably seen plenty of commercials for tooth whitening products. Many of our patients come in and ask what really works for their pearly whites.

Before we delve into the teeth whitening methods used at Larson Dentistry, let’s first tackle some myths that are out there.

    1. The results of teeth whitening last forever
    This is kind of a tricky one. Many tooth whitening treatments offered by dentists are technically permanent. But we all eat and drink certain things that can cause stains again down the road.

    2. Whitening toothpastes are equally as effective as whitening services offered at the dentist
    These particular toothpastes whiten teeth because they have mild abrasives that scrape off surface stains as you brush. However, treatments offered by Dr. Larson involve the use of laser systems that can whiten your teeth up to 10 shades.

    3. Teeth whitening can cause oral cancer
    Don’t be alarmed that whitening products contain a certain amount of chemicals. You can be confident that the Zoom! and KöR deep whitening systems used at our practice are not only the most effective for patients, but also the safest.

    4. Nerve damage can result from teeth whitening
    There are strict regulations in place to ensure that the amount of chemicals used in teeth whitening treatments is mild. Plus, Dr. Larson’s experience and expertise will put patients’ minds at ease so they can focus on their newly improved teeth.

Enjoy the convenience and satisfaction that comes from Dr. Larson’s teeth whitening services. Those with healthy teeth and gums can have noticeably whiter teeth in just one office visit. Treat yourself to one of the most affordable cosmetic dentistry procedures offered by our staff.

By the end of your appointment, you won’t be able to stop smiling!

Larson Dentistry is a trusted provider of cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, sleep apnea and teeth whitening in the Bay Area. Whether you have questions about teeth whitening or any other cosmetic dental service, visit our website www.larsondentistry.com or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

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Tooth Loss May Be Linked to Anxiety, Depression

SAN FRANCISCO, CA-Losing a tooth in adulthood may unfortunately be more destructive than you originally thought. It was recently presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the American Association for Dental Research that tooth loss may be associated with depression or anxiety.

Dental Implans in CA Even one missing tooth can crush a person’s self-esteem. There’s a chance you’ll feel reluctant to smile or laugh without a full set of teeth. You may even try hiding your face when you speak because you feel embarrassed.

Losing a tooth can create a lack of confidence at work and in your social life. Plus, missing teeth can make you appear older than you really are. When someone loses a tooth, their cheeks and facial muscles might sag in those empty spaces.

In the study, it was reported that individuals who deal with dental anxiety possibly avoid dental care altogether. Most interestingly, those with depression yield negligence in their dental care.

The research consisted of 76,292 participants. Thirteen percent reported anxiety, 17 percent reported depression and nearly six percent reported tooth loss.

According to Dr. Greg Larson, missing teeth also hurt your oral health.

“A lost tooth can destabilize your bite and cause problems chewing and talking,” says the San Francisco dentist. “Your digestion can even suffer from the lost tooth.”

As stated on Dr. Larson’s website, one’s adjacent teeth carry more weight in their bite. In order to fill the hole where the missing tooth used to be, those teeth start to shift out of their ideal position.

This can lead to a nasty domino effect, as the jawbone may begin to deteriorate as a result of there being no tooth to support.

It doesn’t matter if you lost a tooth in an accident, from periodontal disease or from tooth decay. Dental implants from Larson Dentistry help patients restore missing teeth and regain normal jaw function.

During the procedure, our experienced team will reinforce your bite, allowing you to talk and chew food without any issues. Restoring your missing tooth will, of course, make those aesthetic problems disappear.

Before you know it, you’ll be smiling, laughing and talking without the need to worry about how your teeth look. Dr. Larson guarantees you’ll have more confidence in your overall lifestyle after our dental implants procedure.

Larson Dentistry is a trusted provider of cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, sleep apnea and dental implants in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Whether you have questions about dental implants or any other cosmetic dental service, visit our website or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

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Patients Enjoy Ideal Gum Line with Laser Gum Recontouring

SAN RAFAEL, CA-You may already have beautiful teeth and still not be satisfied with your smile. We’ve recently seen a number of patients come into our practice with overgrown gums.

TeethAt Larson Dentistry, gum recontouring surgery could be the best fix for those whose gums rest too high or too low on their teeth.

When gums cover a large part of your teeth, it creates the perception that your teeth look small. Genetics, a particular health problem or taking certain prescription drugs have the potential to cause uneven gums. Gum recession, where tissue pulls back and expresses the tooth’s root, give the appearance of long teeth.

Serious dental problems can stem from gum recession that’s not corrected. These include periodontal disease, tooth loss and decay.

Dr. Greg Larson understands the frustration that so often comes with uneven gums. Through his gum recontouring procedures, he enables his patients to not only enjoy better dental health, but also love their beautiful teeth again.

Patients go into their initial consultation with Dr. Larson and discuss their smile goals. Dr. Larson and his professional staff then plan the procedure and discuss the options with the knowledge that patients love smooth and symmetrical gum lines.

The procedure itself is completed in-office. What sets Dr. Larson’s gum recontouring apart from others is that he uses lasers during the process.

“Laser gum recontouring is a non-surgical procedure and has the benefit of almost zero downtime and healing,” says Dr. Larson. “We perform that procedure in our office, on select cases and offer complimentary consultations.”

At this point, you may be wondering if gum recontouring is a necessary procedure for people with uneven gum lines. We view laser gum recontouring as a cosmetic procedure since it is usually not medically necessary. Our team strives to enhance the appearance of your smile and boost your confidence levels. However, as mentioned earlier, uncorrected gum recession may lead to dental issues down the road.

As with all of our procedures, patients will meet with the doctor beforehand. Dr. Larson will also show how much gum will be removed or how the gum line will be reshaped.

The use of lasers prevents any lengthy amount of downtime. That said, we want our patients to understand the following postoperative precautions, as explained on WebMD.

 

  1. Any pain can be eased with pain reliever such as Tylenol or Advil, as directed by Dr. Larson. Since it can cause bleeding, aspirin should be avoided.
  2. Consider eating cool, soft foods for the first few days following the procedure. Eggs, pasta, yogurt and cottage cheese would be ideal. Until you get the green light from Dr. Larson to return to your normal diet, spicy foods and anything with seeds should be avoided during the postoperative healing process.
  3. Follow the specialist’s directions on when and how to brush your teeth initially.

 

Feel free to give us a call if you experience sensitivity that lasts over three days, or if you have any additional questions.

If you choose to move forward with our laser gum recontouring procedure, you can rest assured that you will be smiling more! We continuously maintain the highest of patient satisfaction and always work to achieve your cosmetic dental goals.

“I am so incredibly happy with the quality of my treatment and the attention to detail and care I received throughout,” says Chad via a patient testimonial on the doctor’s website. “It is one of the best investments I have ever made.”

Larson Dentistry is a trusted provider of cosmetic, Invisalign, sleep apnea and neuromuscular dental care in the San Francisco, San Rafael, Berkeley, Oakland and Walnut Creek areas. Whether you have questions about laser gum recontouring or any other cosmetic dental service, visit our website www.larsondentistry.com or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

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San Francisco Dentist a Top Choice for Porcelain Veneers

Veneers in CASAN FRANCISCO, CA-In recent years, porcelain veneers have skyrocketed in popularity. Celebrities like Nicholas Cage, Catherine Zeta Jones, Tom Cruise and Demi Moore have all enjoyed the new confidence that comes with veneers.

 

Patients love how efficient the process is to recreate the look of natural, beautiful teeth.

Larson Dentistry uses porcelain veneers to a correct a number of cosmetic dental issues. These include chipped teeth and tooth discoloration. Dr. Greg Larson assures to perfect the angles and symmetry on all his patients seeking to improve their lives with porcelain veneers.

Because Dr. Larson uses the most revolutionary technology in cosmetic dentistry, patients know that they are guaranteed long-lasting results of the highest quality. Once these thin, porcelain laminates are applied to the front of your teeth, they subsequently feel and act like normal teeth.

Whether you’re eating, speaking or just smiling, you won’t even notice your veneers. Maintaining your dental care won’t be affected either, as the porcelain reacts comfortably with your gums.

Keep in mind that this isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ process. After we get an impression of your smile, our experienced team forms a custom set of veneers specifically for your mouth. As this set is created, we apply a trial smile of veneers. Patients can then preview the aesthetics and natural color.

The second appointment involves Dr. Larson applying and bonding the custom veneers to your teeth. Just like that, you’ll have that smile you’ve always dreamed of.
We encourage you to give us a call if you think porcelain veneers can have a positive impact in your life.

Larson Dentistry is a trusted provider of general, cosmetic, TMJ and sleep apnea dental care in the San Francisco area. Whether you have questions about porcelain veneers or any other cosmetic dental service, visit our website or contact our San Francisco office at 415-397-2804 to learn more.

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