Over the years, you’ve probably heard your dentist tell you to floss, but why? Lately, people have begun to doubt the importance of flossing. What’s worse is that there are misinformation and myths being spread about flossing that simply isn’t true. Keep reading to learn about some common myths surrounding flossing and how to properly floss. That way, you can always stay on top of your oral health.
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December 11, 2018
November 12, 2018
You’ve had to endure some undesirable lifestyle changes since you lost your teeth, but with a new set of prosthetics, you now have the opportunity to once again lead a normal life, which includes eating the foods you love, speaking with clarity and smiling with confidence. Still, adjusting to dentures in Tulsa can be a challenge at first, so here are 5 simple tips to aid in a smooth process.
October 6, 2018
This month is when most people are indulging in pumpkin-flavored goodies and planning for various celebrations. But did you know that October is also National Dental Hygiene Month? It’s the perfect time to evaluate how your daily habits affect your smile’s health and cleanliness. Let’s talk about how you can get into the spirit of this annual observance and perhaps even make improvements to your daily routine for dental hygiene in Tulsa.
August 9, 2018
Are you one of the many people who neglect scheduling your bi-annual dental visits? You’re not alone – many people have one of the 3 following reasons: time, money or pain. But the truth is that skipping visits with a dentist in Tulsa can actually cost more time and money (not to mention pain) in the long run! In this blog, you’ll learn why dental checkups are so important and how they benefit the whole family. Learn more below!
July 8, 2018
Most of us take our bite for granted, but the way our teeth come together is actually quite complicated! Not only can you easily detect any changes in your bite down to a fraction of a millimeter, but those changes can actually damage your teeth and jaws if they aren’t done properly. That’s why orthodontic treatment, whether it’s braces or Invisalign in Tulsa, must be done with both function and appearance in mind. If you’re interested in straightening your teeth with Invisalign, you might be wondering if you can have it done on only your top or bottom teeth. Find out what type of patients that can work for and also learn about the many advantages of Invisalign in this blog!
June 12, 2018
Does your infant have a frenulum that connects down towards the gum line? Do they struggle when breastfeeding because of issues with latching? Your dentist is always aware of what’s happening in her own children’s mouths, so when she noticed one of her children had this issue, she knew her dental education would come to good use.
Now, anyone can get a frenectomy in Tulsa thanks to her practice.
June 3, 2018
Life without your teeth is not easy. Along with losing the ability to eat the foods you love, you also suffer from decreased self-esteem and bone loss. You’ve learned that you can restore your smile with dentures, but you’d like to have a procedure done that provides you with more stability and permanence. “Does such a procedure exist?” You wonder. Your local dentist says dental implants in Tulsa are exactly what you’re looking for. As you read on, you’ll learn more about them and how they can be used in conjunction with dentures.
May 14, 2018
Many adult and teenaged patients wonder what they’re allowed to eat when undergoing Invisalign treatment. This questions stems from the usual pitfalls associated with traditional metal braces, which require patients to make dramatic changes to their diet to accommodate the additional hardware. Luckily, that is simply not the case with Invisalign in Tulsa.
If you have a professional image you need to maintain or simply don’t want to have braces during your high school years, keep reading.
May 6, 2018
Getting your entire family to their dental visits can be a difficult task, especially if you have a big family who’s always busy. The kids may have after-school activities and older members may not have time due to their work schedules. That’s why your dentist in Tulsa is recommending that families visit during the summer and winter months.
During these seasons, your kids have much more free time and other members are more inclined to get treatments done. To find out more reasons, keep reading.
April 4, 2018
More and more dentists across the country are emphasizing how important regular dental visits are, but not for the reason you would think. Turns out, many diseases carry markers that are visible in the mouth, which is great news for your dentist in Tulsa. With any disease, whether it’s oral cancer or heart disease, the key to getting the best treatment isn’t only about having the best doctor or the best medicine. It’s also about catching it early. The earlier disease is caught, the better the treatment will be overall.
Here are five diseases you may not have known your dentist can catch.