Caffall Dental Care at Southern Vista

Caffall Dental Care at Southern Vista Want to come to a dental office that truly cares about you, the patient? Somewhere you know you will be listened to, respected and helped? Then look no further!

Located in Mesa, across from Mesa High School you will find us... Our office is located directly across the street from Mesa High School, one block West of Gilbert Rd. on Southern Ave.

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WE PROVIDE DENTAL care you can trust in and count on! 👍#DentalCare #trust #CountOn
09/14/2021

WE PROVIDE DENTAL care you can trust in and count on! 👍#DentalCare #trust #CountOn

WE PROVIDE DENTAL care you can trust in and count on! 👍#DentalCare #trust #CountOn

WE WANT TO thank and show our appreciation for first responders today! 🇺🇸Tag a first responder you know in the comments ...
09/11/2021

WE WANT TO thank and show our appreciation for first responders today! 🇺🇸Tag a first responder you know in the comments below to thank them for all they sacrifice and do for us each day! ❤️ #FirstResponders #ThankYou #PatriotDay #NeverForget

WE WANT TO thank and show our appreciation for first responders today! 🇺🇸Tag a first responder you know in the comments below to thank them for all they sacrifice and do for us each day! ❤️ #FirstResponders #ThankYou #PatriotDay #NeverForget

WE WANT TO remind you that you are not alone. 💜If you are having a hard time, please reach out for help. #WorldSuicidePr...
09/10/2021

WE WANT TO remind you that you are not alone. 💜If you are having a hard time, please reach out for help. #WorldSuicidePreventionDay #AskForHelp #YouAreNotAlone

WE WANT TO remind you that you are not alone. 💜If you are having a hard time, please reach out for help. #WorldSuicidePreventionDay #AskForHelp #YouAreNotAlone

WE LOVE LOOKING back at the dental health traditions of ancient cultures, and China is a great example. The ancient Chin...
09/08/2021

WE LOVE LOOKING back at the dental health traditions of ancient cultures, and China is a great example. The ancient Chinese were performing dental extractions and stabilizing teeth with wires as far back as 6,000 BC! They didn’t seem to be very interested in straightening teeth, but they were quite advanced when it came to treating endodontic problems. 😀

Emperor Gaozu of the Tang Dynasty developed a toothache in 618 AD, and his tooth doctor recommended a dental filling made of melted silver and tin. It would have been a very painful procedure, but it was over a thousand years before European dentistry reached the same point! 😯

In daily life, ancient Chinese people would maintain their oral hygiene by gargling tea or salt water, and it became common practice during the Tang dynasty to chew on a willow twig in the morning after soaking it in water overnight. The twig’s protruding fibers worked a lot like a toothbrush.

Some people even had access to toothbrushes more like what we’re used to, made of animal bone and hair, and they made an early form of toothpaste by boiling honey locust fruit, ginger, foxglove, lotus leaves, and other herbs. 🌿 The mixture helped reduce gum inflammation, ease toothaches, and remove stains. Having healthy teeth and fresh breath were important qualities — if a little harder to maintain than they are now. #DentalHistory #DentalHealth #china

WE LOVE LOOKING back at the dental health traditions of ancient cultures, and China is a great example. The ancient Chinese were performing dental extractions and stabilizing teeth with wires as far back as 6,000 BC! They didn’t seem to be very interested in straightening teeth, but they were quite advanced when it came to treating endodontic problems. 😀

Emperor Gaozu of the Tang Dynasty developed a toothache in 618 AD, and his tooth doctor recommended a dental filling made of melted silver and tin. It would have been a very painful procedure, but it was over a thousand years before European dentistry reached the same point! 😯

In daily life, ancient Chinese people would maintain their oral hygiene by gargling tea or salt water, and it became common practice during the Tang dynasty to chew on a willow twig in the morning after soaking it in water overnight. The twig’s protruding fibers worked a lot like a toothbrush.

Some people even had access to toothbrushes more like what we’re used to, made of animal bone and hair, and they made an early form of toothpaste by boiling honey locust fruit, ginger, foxglove, lotus leaves, and other herbs. 🌿 The mixture helped reduce gum inflammation, ease toothaches, and remove stains. Having healthy teeth and fresh breath were important qualities — if a little harder to maintain than they are now. #DentalHistory #DentalHealth #china

WE PERSONALIZE DENTISTRY to your needs! 😊 We want you to feel comfortable at our office. #PersonalizedDentistry #comfort...
09/03/2021

WE PERSONALIZE DENTISTRY to your needs! 😊 We want you to feel comfortable at our office. #PersonalizedDentistry #comfort #ForYou

WE PERSONALIZE DENTISTRY to your needs! 😊 We want you to feel comfortable at our office. #PersonalizedDentistry #comfort #ForYou

IF YOU ARE wondering what to expect during a certain procedure at our office, please call us and we would be happy to ex...
09/02/2021

IF YOU ARE wondering what to expect during a certain procedure at our office, please call us and we would be happy to explain it step by step so you can feel more comfortable! 😀 #WhatToExpect #procedures #WeCanExplain

IF YOU ARE wondering what to expect during a certain procedure at our office, please call us and we would be happy to explain it step by step so you can feel more comfortable! 😀 #WhatToExpect #procedures #WeCanExplain

WE WANT TO see what team you're on! 😁 #mint #cinnamon #toothpaste
08/30/2021

WE WANT TO see what team you're on! 😁 #mint #cinnamon #toothpaste

WE WANT TO see what team you're on! 😁 #mint #cinnamon #toothpaste

WE WANT TO thank our employees for all they do! 💛 We truly have the best team ever! #ThankYou #BestEmployees #BestTeam
08/27/2021

WE WANT TO thank our employees for all they do! 💛 We truly have the best team ever! #ThankYou #BestEmployees #BestTeam

WE WANT TO thank our employees for all they do! 💛 We truly have the best team ever! #ThankYou #BestEmployees #BestTeam

WHAT SCHOOL YEAR was your favorite? Comment below to let us know! 🤓 #SchoolYear #BackToSchool #SchoolPicture
08/25/2021

WHAT SCHOOL YEAR was your favorite? Comment below to let us know! 🤓 #SchoolYear #BackToSchool #SchoolPicture

WHAT SCHOOL YEAR was your favorite? Comment below to let us know! 🤓 #SchoolYear #BackToSchool #SchoolPicture

WE ALL KNOW WHAT it’s like to have a nose so stuffy that it’s impossible to breathe through. At times like that, we brea...
08/23/2021

WE ALL KNOW WHAT it’s like to have a nose so stuffy that it’s impossible to breathe through. At times like that, we breathe through our mouths instead. That’s pretty much how it should work; mouth-breathing is an emergency backup, not the default. 👍

In the short term, mouth-breathing leads to a variety of issues, including dry mouth (without enough saliva, we become more vulnerable to chronic bad breath and tooth decay) and low energy (we get less oxygen via mouth-breathing, which means poor sleep quality and less energy). 😴For kids, this means difficulty paying attention in school.

The negative effects of mouth-breathing can actually be life-altering, particularly when the habit begins in childhood and goes unchecked. It increases the risk of sleep apnea and can lead to orthodontic problems like a narrowed dental arch and crowding. It can even lead the bones of the face to develop differently, with flatter features, drooping eyes, a narrow jaw, and a small chin. 😬

When we breathe through our noses, we don’t just avoid the negative effects of mouth-breathing. Noses act like air filters, reducing the number of allergens that reach the lungs. Nose-breathing produces nitric oxide, helping oxygen production and sterilizing the air. It also strengthens the immune system. #MouthBreathing #SleepApnea #NoseBreathing

WE ALL KNOW WHAT it’s like to have a nose so stuffy that it’s impossible to breathe through. At times like that, we breathe through our mouths instead. That’s pretty much how it should work; mouth-breathing is an emergency backup, not the default. 👍

In the short term, mouth-breathing leads to a variety of issues, including dry mouth (without enough saliva, we become more vulnerable to chronic bad breath and tooth decay) and low energy (we get less oxygen via mouth-breathing, which means poor sleep quality and less energy). 😴For kids, this means difficulty paying attention in school.

The negative effects of mouth-breathing can actually be life-altering, particularly when the habit begins in childhood and goes unchecked. It increases the risk of sleep apnea and can lead to orthodontic problems like a narrowed dental arch and crowding. It can even lead the bones of the face to develop differently, with flatter features, drooping eyes, a narrow jaw, and a small chin. 😬

When we breathe through our noses, we don’t just avoid the negative effects of mouth-breathing. Noses act like air filters, reducing the number of allergens that reach the lungs. Nose-breathing produces nitric oxide, helping oxygen production and sterilizing the air. It also strengthens the immune system. #MouthBreathing #SleepApnea #NoseBreathing

DID YOU KNOW that Nicolas Cage was so dedicated to a movie role that he actually had two of his teeth removed to better ...
08/20/2021

DID YOU KNOW that Nicolas Cage was so dedicated to a movie role that he actually had two of his teeth removed to better play his character?! 😲 We respect the dedication but we definitely don’t recommend doing this! #FunFact #NicolasCage #MovieRole

DID YOU KNOW that Nicolas Cage was so dedicated to a movie role that he actually had two of his teeth removed to better play his character?! 😲 We respect the dedication but we definitely don’t recommend doing this! #FunFact #NicolasCage #MovieRole

WE LOVE hearing your feedback and get so excited when we get a new, awesome review! ⭐️ Thank you for taking the time to ...
08/19/2021

WE LOVE hearing your feedback and get so excited when we get a new, awesome review! ⭐️ Thank you for taking the time to review our practice. #NewReview #feedback #ThankYou

WE LOVE hearing your feedback and get so excited when we get a new, awesome review! ⭐️ Thank you for taking the time to review our practice. #NewReview #feedback #ThankYou

ARE YOU READY to play some Family Feud? 😃 The top 5 answers are on the board. Comment your guesses below! #FamilyFeud #T...
08/17/2021

ARE YOU READY to play some Family Feud? 😃 The top 5 answers are on the board. Comment your guesses below! #FamilyFeud #TopAnswers #dentist

ARE YOU READY to play some Family Feud? 😃 The top 5 answers are on the board. Comment your guesses below! #FamilyFeud #TopAnswers #dentist

WE LOVE THE summer months and enjoy being in the sunshine but we want to know what you think the best thing about summer...
08/13/2021

WE LOVE THE summer months and enjoy being in the sunshine but we want to know what you think the best thing about summer is! ☀️Share your opinion in the comments below! #summer #sun #summertime

WE LOVE THE summer months and enjoy being in the sunshine but we want to know what you think the best thing about summer is! ☀️Share your opinion in the comments below! #summer #sun #summertime

THERE WAS SOMETHING rotten in the state of England during the Early Modern Era: everyone’s sweet tooth! The English love...
08/12/2021

THERE WAS SOMETHING rotten in the state of England during the Early Modern Era: everyone’s sweet tooth! The English loved the expensive new commodity of sugar so much that the royalty and nobility were extremely prone to tooth decay and foul breath. 😬 Foul breath seems to have been on Shakespeare’s mind too because it got at least three mentions in his plays and sonnets.

The weirdest part is that having bad teeth was such a pervasive problem among the rich in particular that it became trendy among the lower classes to artificially blacken their teeth with soot. It was a great way for them to make themselves seem wealthy enough to afford sugar!

How did the English try to keep their teeth healthy? They used herbs like cloves for their breath and toothpicks and cloths to clean their teeth. (We would much rather have our modern toothbrushes.)

When these methods proved insufficient to prevent cavities and a tooth became so painful that it needed to be pulled, they had a few options depending on budget. The most expensive choice was a surgeon, but a “tooth-drawer” was cheaper and a blacksmith would do it for a real bargain. 😧

Isn’t it wonderful to live in a time when we have effective dental hygiene and access to twelve different specialties of dental professionals — everything from pediatric dentists to orthodontists to endodontists and more? 😃 #BadBreath #MissingTeeth #DentalHistory

THERE WAS SOMETHING rotten in the state of England during the Early Modern Era: everyone’s sweet tooth! The English loved the expensive new commodity of sugar so much that the royalty and nobility were extremely prone to tooth decay and foul breath. 😬 Foul breath seems to have been on Shakespeare’s mind too because it got at least three mentions in his plays and sonnets.

The weirdest part is that having bad teeth was such a pervasive problem among the rich in particular that it became trendy among the lower classes to artificially blacken their teeth with soot. It was a great way for them to make themselves seem wealthy enough to afford sugar!

How did the English try to keep their teeth healthy? They used herbs like cloves for their breath and toothpicks and cloths to clean their teeth. (We would much rather have our modern toothbrushes.)

When these methods proved insufficient to prevent cavities and a tooth became so painful that it needed to be pulled, they had a few options depending on budget. The most expensive choice was a surgeon, but a “tooth-drawer” was cheaper and a blacksmith would do it for a real bargain. 😧

Isn’t it wonderful to live in a time when we have effective dental hygiene and access to twelve different specialties of dental professionals — everything from pediatric dentists to orthodontists to endodontists and more? 😃 #BadBreath #MissingTeeth #DentalHistory

HAPPY BOOK LOVERS Day! 📖 What book can't you live without? #BookLoversDay #reading #FavoriteBook
08/09/2021

HAPPY BOOK LOVERS Day! 📖 What book can't you live without? #BookLoversDay #reading #FavoriteBook

HAPPY BOOK LOVERS Day! 📖 What book can't you live without? #BookLoversDay #reading #FavoriteBook

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL CAT Day! 🐱To celebrate, comment the name of your feline friend below! #InternationalCatDay #cats #Fe...
08/08/2021

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL CAT Day! 🐱To celebrate, comment the name of your feline friend below! #InternationalCatDay #cats #FelineFriend

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL CAT Day! 🐱To celebrate, comment the name of your feline friend below! #InternationalCatDay #cats #FelineFriend

IT’S FRESH BREATH Day so we want to ask you what you prefer most - gum or mints? 😃Let us know in the comments below. #Fr...
08/06/2021

IT’S FRESH BREATH Day so we want to ask you what you prefer most - gum or mints? 😃Let us know in the comments below. #FreshBreathDay #gum #mints

IT’S FRESH BREATH Day so we want to ask you what you prefer most - gum or mints? 😃Let us know in the comments below. #FreshBreathDay #gum #mints

WHITE TEETH doesn't always mean healthy teeth, there are many other factors so make sure you're taking the time to take ...
08/03/2021

WHITE TEETH doesn't always mean healthy teeth, there are many other factors so make sure you're taking the time to take care of your teeth! 👍 #HealthyTeeth #HealthySmile #OralHealth

WHITE TEETH doesn't always mean healthy teeth, there are many other factors so make sure you're taking the time to take care of your teeth! 👍 #HealthyTeeth #HealthySmile #OralHealth

WHICH ONE WOULD you rather give up? 🤔 Comment your choice below! #WouldYouRather #PickOne #CommentBelow
07/29/2021

WHICH ONE WOULD you rather give up? 🤔 Comment your choice below! #WouldYouRather #PickOne #CommentBelow

WHICH ONE WOULD you rather give up? 🤔 Comment your choice below! #WouldYouRather #PickOne #CommentBelow

HAVE A QUESTION you've been meaning to ask the doc? 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ Don't hesitate to give us a call or message us so we can he...
07/27/2021

HAVE A QUESTION you've been meaning to ask the doc? 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ Don't hesitate to give us a call or message us so we can help answer any questions you have! #AskTheDoc #questions #CallUs

HAVE A QUESTION you've been meaning to ask the doc? 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ Don't hesitate to give us a call or message us so we can help answer any questions you have! #AskTheDoc #questions #CallUs

40% OF KIDS WILL develop at least one cavity by the time they turn eleven, which makes tooth decay the most common disea...
07/26/2021

40% OF KIDS WILL develop at least one cavity by the time they turn eleven, which makes tooth decay the most common disease of childhood. That might seem scary, but parents can make a big difference, and that starts with understanding what causes cavities.

One major culprit is sugary drinks.🥤 That doesn’t just mean soda. We think of fruit juice as being healthier, but it’s just as bad! And the worst way to drink it is by sipping it throughout the day. It’s so harmful to the teeth that the results are called “bottle rot.” We aren’t here to insist that you never let your child touch a drop of soda or fruit juice again, but we do recommend cutting back and particularly limiting them to mealtimes.

Sugar in solid form is a problem too. Most of the snacks kids tend to love most are loaded with sugar. If they’re snacking on these sugary treats all day, then their saliva won’t get a chance to wash the sugar away and neutralize the pH of their mouths. 👅 That means their teeth are constantly bathed in acid, leading to enamel erosion and decay. We recommend trading sugary snacks for sliced fruits and veggies, especially if your child needs the energy boost from a snack in between meals. 👍 #cavities #ChildhoodDisease #LessSugar

40% OF KIDS WILL develop at least one cavity by the time they turn eleven, which makes tooth decay the most common disease of childhood. That might seem scary, but parents can make a big difference, and that starts with understanding what causes cavities.

One major culprit is sugary drinks.🥤 That doesn’t just mean soda. We think of fruit juice as being healthier, but it’s just as bad! And the worst way to drink it is by sipping it throughout the day. It’s so harmful to the teeth that the results are called “bottle rot.” We aren’t here to insist that you never let your child touch a drop of soda or fruit juice again, but we do recommend cutting back and particularly limiting them to mealtimes.

Sugar in solid form is a problem too. Most of the snacks kids tend to love most are loaded with sugar. If they’re snacking on these sugary treats all day, then their saliva won’t get a chance to wash the sugar away and neutralize the pH of their mouths. 👅 That means their teeth are constantly bathed in acid, leading to enamel erosion and decay. We recommend trading sugary snacks for sliced fruits and veggies, especially if your child needs the energy boost from a snack in between meals. 👍 #cavities #ChildhoodDisease #LessSugar

THE SUMMER Olympics are here so to celebrate, TAG someone you think has the best, gold medal-worthy smile! 🏅#GoldMedal #...
07/23/2021

THE SUMMER Olympics are here so to celebrate, TAG someone you think has the best, gold medal-worthy smile! 🏅#GoldMedal #smile #SummerOlympics

THE SUMMER Olympics are here so to celebrate, TAG someone you think has the best, gold medal-worthy smile! 🏅#GoldMedal #smile #SummerOlympics

Address

1801 E Southern Ave, Ste 101
Mesa, AZ
85204

Public bus stops right out front of our office.

General information

Offering all aspects of dentistry for all ages.

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 7pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 7am - 7pm
Saturday 8am - 1pm

Telephone

(480) 892-9000

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