Ellie Farahmand

dentist in Santa Monica

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“I’m seeing at least one or two cracked teeth a day. … This has to be something due to the fact that people are very stressed right now.

Santa Monica dentist says she’s seeing more cracked teeth during pandemic

“I’m seeing at least one or two cracked teeth a day. … This has to be something due to the fact that people are very stressed right now.

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