Asai General Dentistry SW Portland, OR Located between Cedar Hills and Cedar Mill
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Fun video produced by the ODA "Teach Me How to Brushy"
Healthy smiles for healthy families starts with professional family dentist. At Asai Family Dentistry, your bright, healthy smile is our top priority. Of course, you'll only smile if you're as happy with our service as with our dental treatment. That's why we take the time to listen to your needs and concerns, we use gentle, efficient cleaning techniques, and we only hire caring, highly trained professionals. Our experienced team is invested in meeting all of your dental needs; from calming anxieties to teaching good habits, from regular check-ups to sophisticated dental surgery.
Your teeth. Your health. Your appearance. They're all related and they all begin with excellent family dentistry. You and your family lead vibrant lives, and you expect a lot from your teeth. Getting top performance means you have to give them top-quality care. Whether you just need a regular check-up, or more sophisticated dental treatment, Asai Dentistry will strive to understand your needs and surpass your expectations. We look forward to brightening your smile with the same attentive care, gentle technique, and conscientious service that we've given to thousands of satisfied dental patients.
Ready to schedule your next dentist visit? Call us today at 503-646-4600. Whether this is your first visit or your twentieth, we promise to make your appointment quick and pleasant.
Asai Dentistry Rickland G. Asai, DMD 11786 SW Barnes Road, Suite 340 Portland, OR 97225 503-646-4600
Recent research was trying to prove that red wine played a role in fighting cavities, but the findings were incomplete. While red wine does fight two certain bacteria that affect oral health, namely gum disease, it does not fight the bacteria that causes cavities. The most recent findings went on to explain that while red wine does fight two bacteria that cause gum disease, it takes more than the simple act of drinking the wine to make a difference; the subjects actually had to hold the wine in their mouth for two minutes every seven hours, not a likely scenario for any of us. So don't hold your breath, keep brushing and flossing!
Rickland G. Asai DMD | www.asaidentistry.com | 503-646-4600
11786 SW Barnes Road, Suite 340, Portland, OR 97225