Day: July 6, 2020

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

The nationally recognized, not-for-profit Hospital is home to four Centers
of Excellence: The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center,
Stead Heart and Vascular Center, Women’s & Children’s Center, and
Trauma Center, and offers a full-service Emergency Department, Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit and Perinatal Center. Specialized services include
sleep disorder diagnosis and treatment, robotic surgery, and the Family
Medicine Residency Program, in affiliation with the University of California,
Los Angeles.

The new Robert and Beverly Lewis Outpatient Pavilion houses an outpatient
surgery center and rehabilitation services center. The outpatient surgery
center has five outpatient surgical suites with state-of-the-art technology.
The Charles M. Magistro Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center has
the latest evaluation and exercise equipment, including telemetry treadmills
and neurological suspension devices, as well as diagnostic programs and
integrated technologies and software systems.

PVHMC also provides a wide range of other outpatient services such as urgent
care, radiology, including

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The Best and Worst Toothpaste Ingredients [Plus 2 DIY Recipes]

It’s funny how we can buy organic foods and shop for non-toxic sunscreen, but then think nothing of whipping out a blue, sparkly toothpaste for our kids to put in their mouths. But even if you make a DIY toothpaste, it doesn’t mean you can’t do damage to your teeth.

I’ve seen plenty of DIY toothpaste recipes sent to me by patients and readers that are harmful to enamel or even the microbiome.

Here’s everything you need to know about making your own DIY toothpaste, as well as how to choose the ingredients that will have the most benefit to your dental health.

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Is It Safe To Go Back To The Dentist Despite Surging Coronavirus Cases? : Shots

Dental offices have begun seeing patients return for routine procedures. Seattle dentist Kathleen Saturay has increased the layers of protective equipment she wears when treating patients.

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Dental offices have begun seeing patients return for routine procedures. Seattle dentist Kathleen Saturay has increased the layers of protective equipment she wears when treating patients.

Elaine Thompson/AP

Add dental visits to the list of services you can book now or shortly as cities, counties and states continue to modify their months-long stay-at-home orders aimed at reducing COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.

Dental offices were largely shuttered across the United States after being advised in March by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to close their practices to all but emergency care. Many closed entirely.

The hope was that by allowing dentists to continue to treat serious cases — such as

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Is It Safe To Go Back To The Dentist, Despite Surging Coronavirus Cases? : Shots

Dental offices have begun seeing patients return for routine procedures, and are working under updated CDC guidance regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Seattle dentist Kathleen Saturay has increased the layers of PPE she wears when treating patients, among other precautions.

Elaine Thompson/AP


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Elaine Thompson/AP

Dental offices have begun seeing patients return for routine procedures, and are working under updated CDC guidance regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Seattle dentist Kathleen Saturay has increased the layers of PPE she wears when treating patients, among other precautions.

Elaine Thompson/AP

Add dental visits to the list of services you can book now or shortly, as cities, counties and states continue to modify their months-long stay at home orders aimed at reducing COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.

Dental offices were largely shuttered across the United States after being advised in March by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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7 Tips + 10 FAQs

Overwhelmed by your pick of dentists? Want to make sure you know how to find a good dentist? I’m confident you will have the tools you need to choose the perfect dentist’s office by the end of this article.

We’ll talk about what you need to know before selecting a new dentist, ways to find a great dentist, the right kind of questions to ask, and even how to spot a bad dentist.

Whether you’re looking because you’re in a new city, your employer switched dental insurance plans, your dentist is retiring, or you’ve just waited a really long time for a dental visit…No need to worry. There are many simple, straightforward ways to choose a dental services provider who’s right for you and your family.

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Ask the Dentist is supported by readers. If you use one of the links below and buy something, Ask the Dentist makes a

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