Start the New Year Focusing on Dental HealthLet Tulsa Dental Center Help You With a New Smile for 2022 When closing out each year, most people reflect on what they could have done differently and what they need to do for the upcoming year. New Year’s resolutions are...
How to Stay Out of the Dentist’s Office After The HolidaysLearn How To Protect Your Teeth During the Holiday Season with Tulsa Dental Center The holidays are packed full of family, food, friends, tradition, and candy. Starting in late October, we consume as much...
How Often Should You Floss?Flossing is an important part of dental hygiene, and everybody knows it. However, only 40% of Americans report flossing daily, and 20% of Americans don’t floss at all! While we would love to see 100% of people flossing daily, the first step...
From routine dental care to more difficult extractions, dentures, Invisalign, and everything in between, the focus at Tulsa Dental Center is patient care and comfort.
Driven by passion and health, Tulsa Dental Center has a highly-trained and dedicated staff of professionals that want nothing more than to give you a beautiful smile.
Going to the dentist for an emergency is no one’s idea of fun, but sometimes, it’s necessary. But there are some food choices you can make to help you avoid a dental emergency and improve your dental hygiene!
Tooth sensitivity is a common and often chronic dental problem involving discomfort or pain in the teeth when encountering certain substances and temperatures.
To keep your teeth healthy (and to keep your teeth, period), it is essential to be proactive in the areas of oral hygiene, routine dental care, and adopting good oral habits. Here are 5 habits to break or avoid if you want healthy teeth.
Dental hygiene may prevent disease in and protect the health of not only our teeth, but also our body. Learn more about how you can benefit from good dental hygiene.
Sedation dentistry uses medication to induce a state of relaxation, and although it is sometimes known as ‘sleep dentistry,’ the patient will remain conscious throughout.
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