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 »

Visit Your Dentist About Dental Crowns

  In order to ensure your smile gets the restorations it needs to thrive for a lifetime of happiness, always visit your dentist for routine checkups and oral examinations. Even if no visible damage is present, your dentist may be able to find microscopic cracks and breaks that could potentially lead to deep root infections. If you would like to... read more »

Dental Tips Vital to Oral Health About Dental Bridges

If you ever worried about food restrictions that may come with dentures, consider dental bridges, which are tooth replacements that can ensure no food restrictions are necessary. Dental bridges are permanent tooth restorations that are inserted into your mouth to allow your complete smile to function as needed. Because they're permanently attached, you will be able to once again handle... 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 »

Zoom! Whitening Basics

Have you ever wondered what your teeth would look like free of stains and discolorations? Did you know that there are tooth restoration techniques such as Zoom! whitening that focuses specifically on improving the color of your teeth? For a better understanding of the basics of Zoom! teeth whitening treatments, listed below are some important facts about them: - If... read more »

Understanding the Seal of Acceptance on Your Dental Products

Many people do not know that the American Dental Association has a Seal of Acceptance program. This is so you know if a dental product is safe and effective to use. Dental products can be overwhelming to choose from when you are shopping at the supermarket. That is why, Dr. Carrie Sessom and our team here at Riverwalk Dental Spa... read more »