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  • Honoring Those Who Sacrificed
    Memorial Day is dedicated to remembering and honoring the brave service members who gave their lives for our country. I have remarked before that timing is everything and these are Read more
  • Charcoal Toothpaste
    Activated charcoal toothpaste appears to be a fast-growing trend in natural oral healthcare. A few of my patients have asked about it, so I decided to address the topic. Charcoal Read more
  • Crossroads
    We all have crossroads in our lives, those points where we have the opportunity to choose between different options and whichever we choose has some effect. Big or small, those Read more
  • April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
    In all of my years of practicing dentistry one of the things that has had a lasting effect on me has been when a patient presents with oral cancer. This Read more
  • Effects of E-Cigarettes on Oral Health
    For years my mother smoked cigarettes, from as early as I can remember until she finally quit. Come to think of it, she apparently smoked some while pregnant. This was Read more
  • Canker Sores: I Feel Your Pain
    Recently my granddaughter experienced a canker sore, not an uncommon occurrence for her, but this one was on her throat. The pain was excruciating, more so because of the location. Read more
  • Is Invisalign Right For You?
    If you’ve ever thought about straightening your teeth but you didn’t want to go through the lengthy process of metal braces, then Invisalign just may be the answer you are Read more
  • Some of the Most Commonly Asked Questions in Our Practice
    What about amalgam fillings? Are they still used and do you replace existing ones? We use porcelain or composite fillings for our patients and have for a number of years. Many Read more
  • Some of My Favorite Superfoods for Your Teeth
    Here are some of my go-to food and drink choices that maximize nutrients for our bodies and our teeth. They all offer benefits to build healthier teeth and gums, prevent Read more
  • The History and Folklore of the Tooth Fairy
    The last of the baby teeth are not usually lost until around age 11, although by then many children stop believing in the tooth fairy long before. Often it is Read more
  • How Long Will My Dental Implants Last?
    Dental implants restore a lost tooth and function just like a natural tooth. I have talked before about dental implants as far as the safety, the benefits and whether they Read more
  • Fear Not
    I can recall as a kid, on several occasions, being less than thrilled to visit the dentist. When my mother told me we were going to get my teeth checked Read more
  • Ancient Dental Trivia
    I recently came across some facts regarding ancient dentistry and oral care. It’s always interesting to see how much has changed and yet in some cases, I find it amazing Read more
  • Interesting Facts About Your Saliva
    Saliva is made up of mostly water and also contains substances to help your body digest food. It keeps your mouth moist. Saliva allows you to taste, chew and swallow. It fights germs Read more
  • The Benefits of Using a Water Pik
    Lately, in our practice, we have been singing the praises of using a water pik. While I still recommend flossing, I must admit that I floss less now since getting Read more
  • Dr. Ellison's Top Healthy Summer Foods
    With summer's arrival and kids home for the better part of three months, patients and parents sometimes ask me for suggestions of healthy snacks (and not just for kids). It Read more

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1939 Erringer Road Simi Valley, CA 93065

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Jon C. Ellison, D.D.S.

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am - 5:00 pm (phone only)

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed