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5 Causes of Tooth Decay For Those Who Brush and Floss

So you have a great daily tooth brushing regimen that keeps your teeth looking their best. You avoid drinking soda and limit the amount of sugar you consume as part of your diet. Best of all, you make regularly scheduled visits to see your downtown Portland dentist, Dr. Jason Bajuscak. So why do you still…

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Gum Disease Linked to Stomach Cancer

As regular readers of our City Dental blog know, there exists a growing amount of research that suggests our oral health has a significant impact on our overall health. From heart disease and stroke to diabetes and dementia, studies have found that individuals who suffer from tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss have an…

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Our Teeth May Hold the Key to Diagnosing Disorders

Dentists may soon play a key role in the detection of a variety of diseases, including Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) and anorexia nervosa, according to a new study from researchers at King’s College London. The results of the study, which were recently published in the British Dental Journal, discovered that many of the medical conditions…

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Understanding the Connection Between Gum Disease & RA

Rheumatoid arthritis and periodontitis both fall into the category of being chronic inflammatory diseases, but they also share a number of other similarities. This then asks the question of whether a causative relationship exists between these two diseases. While this may seem academic to many patients at our downtown Portland dentist office, understanding whether a…

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How Seltzers and Sparkling Waters Affect Teeth

As drinks like Perrier, Pellegrino, and LaCroix rise in popularity (in fact, sales have doubled over the last five+ years), many want to know: do these fizzy drinks really wear down tooth enamel? Are seltzers and club soda really bad for your teeth? Well, as with most health related items, it depends. Read on to…

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The Many Healthy Benefits of Strawberries

As the weather continues to warm, signaling summer’s fast approach, it’s hard not to think of the fresh, sweet taste of Oregon strawberries. These precious ruby-colored gems add the unmistakable taste of summer to any meal, and are a favorite around our Portland City Dental office. But there’s more to love about strawberries than just…

The friendliness is exceptional. While going to a doctor or dentist is not one of my favorite things, I have found that Dr. Bajuscak’s office has made my dental visits actually pleasurable! The friendliness and professionalism of all staff members is exceptional. I know that I am getting the best dental care possible. I am always given the opportunity to ask questions or voice concerns. The office is easily accessible downtown, as it’s close to the MAX line; free parking at SmartPark is also available. Thank you, Dr. Bajuscak and staff for all that you do for your patients!

Karen M

The gentlest cleaning I’ve ever had. I love this dental office! The gentlest cleaning I’ve ever had. I also had a temporary crown put in and I don’t think they could have done anything more to make it as comfortable as possible. The front desk staff are uniformly cheerful and kind. If you don’t have a dentist you love, I’d highly recommend this practice.

Sara R

Really great dental experience. Every staff member is very friendly and inviting – which is good for me because I’m terrified of going to the dentist! They are very attentive to your needs and provide great options and plans if you need more then just a bi-yearly cleaning. 5 Stars for sure.

Johnny P

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