Do Your Best to Prevent Cavities

If you do your best to prevent cavities, then you are setting your smile up for a healthier future. Cavities can put a strain on your oral health and cause conditions like tooth loss and gum disease. Fortunately, cavities can be prevented. To help you learn how to avoid cavities in your smile, our dentist, Dr. Carrie Sessom with Riverwalk... read more »

A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Smile

The complex device that is your body can be influenced by many factors, including your diet. It can not only have an effect on your physical health, but your dental health, as well. Dr. Carrie Sessom advocates giving fastidious consideration to the foods you eat and drinks you consume as well as altering your diet to help avert cavities or... read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Toothpaste Might Obscure Symptoms of a Condition Requiring Dental Care

Discomfort in your teeth when you consume certain foods and beverages can impact your lifestyle choices, as well as your enjoyment of life. While you might find some relief from a special toothpaste, chances are the underlying cause can worsen, leading to more significant oral health problems. Tooth sensitivity could potentially by demineralization or tooth enamel erosion. The pervasive nature... read more »

Your Oral Health and Waterpiks

You may already know that you need to keep your pearly whites clean if you’re interested in preventing issues like tooth decay and gum disease. Similarly, you may have been told that brushing, flossing, and visiting our dentist twice a year are steps you should take to keep your mouth clean. Still, are you aware that there are several things... read more »