Avoid These Oral Habits for Better Oral Health

Have you thought about any ways to help improve your oral health in regard to tooth hazards? To help minimize the risks associated with tooth hazards, be aware of potentially harmful products in your daily life and eliminate them as necessary. Furthermore, be aware of any substances that you may be using or any bad habits that you follow that... read more »

Smile Takeovers: Tooth Hazard Prevention and Treatments

Are you familiar with any tooth hazard risks that can plague your smile? To ensure your smile can continue to thrive for many years to come, always be aware of tooth hazard risks in your life and be aware of effective treatment plans to minimize their damage. Oftentimes, additional oral appliances may be required to help keep your teeth safe.... read more »

Knowing How to Enhance Your Smile: Toothbrushing Care

If you're not already doing so, set forth effective toothbrush care plans to keep your toothbrush working effectively for you. By ensuring that you properly care for your toothbrush, you can drastically lower your risk for any oral health problems and issues that can arise due to a failure to maintain a proper oral hygiene routine. When selecting a toothbrush,... read more »

Caring For a Knocked-Out Tooth

Do you know what to do with a tooth if it gets knocked out of your head? If you don’t, that’s alright - not many people do, since it’s thankfully not something we all deal with on a regular basis! But on the off-chance that you do need to care for a knocked-out tooth at some point, we want to... read more »

Foods That Make Your Teeth Smile

Did you know your smile can benefit from the foods you eat? Well, it’s true! Foods can help your teeth stay healthy and strong throughout your life. Your tooth enamel is naturally strong, and without proper diet and care, your teeth can weaken over time. That is why, our dentist, Dr. Carrie Sessom with Riverwalk Dental Spa in Jenks, Oklahoma,... 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 »

How Dental Crowns Can Adorn Your Teeth

Do you know the virtues of the crown – the dental crown, that is? Did you know that a successful dental crown can stay strong for many decades before needing to be repaired or replaced? Well, it’s true! Dental crowns work by adorning a damaged tooth to protect it from further damage and restore its functionality. It’s even useful for... read more »

Bruxism and Why It Needs to Be Treated

  Are you suffering from bruxism while you sleep? Bruxism is an oral health condition that is most often classified as a sleep disorder where a person grinds and gnashes their teeth while they sleep. Although the ailment can take place while a victim is awake, sleep bruxism is the most common form. If left unchecked, bruxism can severely damage... 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 »