Meet Our Doctor
DR. GEORGE DAMERJI
Attending and participating in CE Dental Courses has been a continuing obligation for the Dental profession and one which Dr. Damerji has regularly enjoyed.
Dr. Damerji is an active member in the American dental association and Chicago dental society, currently licensed and fulfilled all requirements to practice dentistry in Illinois, Massachusetts, Texas and California.
In his free time, Dr. Damerji enjoys playing pool, working out, watching sports and trying new restaurants. He believes that a healthy life begins with a healthy mouth and smile.
Languages We Speak :
Se Habla Español
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What Our Patients Say
Frequently Asked Questions
Oral health is directly linked to your overall health and the more you can do to keep your mouth healthy, the more you are doing to keep yourself healthy. The goal of both brushing and flossing is to remove the plaque and tartar on your teeth from eating.
When you brush your teeth you are getting the front and back of your teeth but not the areas between your teeth and around your gums while flossing allows you to get. You wouldn?t wash your car, but leave your doors dirty would you? That?s the same thought behind flossing.
Flossing can help prevent cavities and tooth decay but it needs to be done on a consistent basis. If you don?t floss consistently, or if you are flossing for the first time in a while, then some bleeding is normal. If bleeding continues after you floss for a few days in a row, make sure to call us. It?s important to remember not to floss too hard, gently bring the floss up and down and it should go in easier.
Make Sure Your Kids See You Brush and Floss.
Brush each other’s teeth.
Make brushing and flossing a game.
Have a “play toothbrush” for dolls and stuffed animals.
Sing a toothbrushing song.
YES. You can have your dental records transferred from your old dentist to your new one.
If you’ve had dental X-rays taken within the past year, then having these images transferred can save you the money
it would cost to take new X-rays at your new dentist’s office.
Dry Mouth: If you are great at maintaining your oral hygiene routine but still find yourself with morning breath, it is probably because you have dry mouth.
Poor Oral Hygiene: If you aren’t brushing or flossing your teeth effectively, you could be leaving food debris behind that leads to a buildup of bacteria in the mouth.
Smoking: If you smoke tobacco products, you are more prone to dry mouth, gum disease, and halitosis, more commonly known as bad breath.
Acid Reflux: When stomach acid washes up into your esophagus at night due to gastrointestinal reflux, you may experience bad breath as a side effect.