Consistency Helps Instill Your Child With Good Oral Hygiene Habits

Preventing cavities and periodontal health problems when your child is young will reduce their chances of suffering from other oral health issues later in life. A child who loses one or more teeth to untreated tooth decay might also be at increased risk of needing traditional braces in adolescence. At the same time instilling good oral hygiene habits early in... read more »

Take Control of Your Halitosis

Do you have uncontrollable bad breath? If so, you could be suffering from halitosis. Halitosis is a condition that causes you to have bad breath and can be embarrassing at times. The good news is you can take control of your halitosis and even prevent it! To learn how, our dentist, Dr. Carrie Sessom with Riverwalk Dental Spa in Jenks,... read more »

The Benefits of Flossing

Sometimes flossing seems like a troubling task that you would rather not do, right? Well, unfortunately, you’re not alone. Many people skip their flossing routines because they would much rather brush. This can be extremely damaging for the smile and oral health, especially because flossing is vital. So, please do your best to floss at least once a day. To... read more »

How Do Colds and the Flu Impact Your Dental Health?

Are you aware that during the cold and flu season, you must take extra care of your teeth and gums to prevent additional damage from occurring? Have you ever wondered how colds and the flu impact your dental health? For more information about your oral health care during cold and flu season, consider the following: - Never share or use... 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 »