Rayhan & Marvizi, DDS Inc.
6200 Wilshire Blvd. Suite #1110
Los Angeles, CA 90048
323-488-5697

Dr. Joseph Marvizi, DDS Inc.
4028 Long Beach Blvd. #203
Long Beach, CA 90807
562-450-0161
9901 Hageman Road #900
Bakersfield, CA 93312
661-636-6808

Dr. Joseph Marvizi, DDS Inc.
3720 Gosford Road, #C
Bakersfield, CA 93309
661-458-9631
Dr. Joseph Marvizi, DDS Inc.
3720 Gosford Road, #C
Bakersfield, CA 93309
661-458-9631
Rayhan & Marvizi, DDS Inc.
6200 Wilshire Blvd. Suite #1110
Los Angeles, CA 90048
323-488-5697
Dr. Joseph Marvizi, DDS Inc.
4028 Long Beach Blvd. #203
Long Beach, CA 90807
562-450-0161
9901 Hageman Road #900
Bakersfield, CA 93312
661-636-6808

Dentist Bakersfield

The professionals at Apollonia Dental Center believe outstanding dentistry can improve your health and your life. Along with their approachable team, Drs. Joseph Marvizi and Rafik Habashi Soliman provide experienced dental care to you and your family.

Whether you need general dental care or sophisticated cosmetic treatments, we’ll give you a killer smile.

We offer many dental services, including preventative care, teeth cleaning, root canalscrowns, fillings, implantsteeth whitening, sleep dentistry, laser treatments, and clear Invisalign aligners.

Our highly trained staff focuses on you, the customer, ensuring that your visit is smooth and worry-free. Contact our Bakersfield office for a free consultation. We offer a variety of appointment times to best fit your lifestyle. We strive to make your visits convenient and comfortable while providing expert dental care.

Specializing in general as well as cosmetic dentistry, Drs. Joseph Marvizi and associates empower adults, teens, and kids with superlative dental healthcare.

Public Announcement

 

Attention former patients of Apollonia Dental Group, 3720 Gosford Ave. Bakersfield, CA. Please take notice. If you have not been seen within the past 18 months for a dental maintenance (cleaning) visit, you are now considered inactive and released from our care.If you would like to return and/or schedule a dental maintenance visit we would be happy to see you as a New Patient.Please contact the office at (661) 458-9631 to register as a new patient and reserve your spot for an examination and dental cleaning.We know you have many choices for your dental health care and hope you choose Apollonia Dental Group.


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February 12th, 2015 by

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YOUR SMILE is one of the first things people notice about you. That’s why it’s so important to take care of it. Cavities aren’t just for little kids—you can get them at any age. When you consume sugary foods, soda, juice or energy drinks, you put yourself at risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Be smart. Always brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes and floss once a day (ADA recommended).

 

The bottom line for smiles that are healthy on the inside and out:

- Always brush your teeth twice a day for at least two minutes
- Floss between your teeth daily
- Avoid sugary and starchy snacks
- Wear a mouthguard when you’re active
- Don’t smoke
- See your dentist.

 

Teen Dental Health Concerns and Tips: 

 

Braces 

If you have a bad bite or your teeth are crooked or out of alignment, you may benefit from braces. Braces can help improve your smile and make your teeth straighter. They can also improve your dental health and overall health because untreated orthodontic problems can make it hard to bite and chew and can interfere with eating.

Don’t want metal wires or brackets getting in the way? Guess what! We offer a clear alternative to straighten your teeth with Invisalign and Invisalign Teen.

 

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth get their name by being the last teeth to come in during young adulthood. The majority of people have most of their permanent teeth by age 13. Your wisdom teeth should come into your mouth between the ages of 17-21. Sometimes they do not have enough room to come in normally or are in the wrong position to come straight up. When that happens, your dentist may refer to them as impacted and they may have to be removed. Not everyone’s teeth develop on the same schedule. That’s why it’s important to see your dentist regularly so he or she can monitor the progress of your wisdom teeth.

 

Smoking

You know smoking is bad for you in general, so it should be no surprise that all forms of tobacco are also harmful to your oral health. For one, they can cause bad breath, but that’s only the beginning. Other possible oral health impacts include:

stained teeth and tongue
dulled sense of taste and smell
slow healing after a tooth extraction or oral surgery
difficulties in correcting cosmetic dental problems
gum disease and tooth loss
oral cancer

 

Healthy Habits for Teens

 

Brushing and Flossing

Want to avoid cavities? Brushing twice a day with toothpaste, flossing once a day, and limiting sugary snacks and beverages is how you do it. It’s simple but sometimes life gets busy and you might be tempted to skip it. Don’t. A bright smile makes you feel good inside and out. Make sure to see your dentist regularly, too.

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