Dental implants offer so many benefits for patients because they closely mimic your natural tooth. You will enjoy eating your favorite foods again with ease and no one will ever know you were missing a tooth because your implant blends flawlessly with your smile. Implants can also offer excellent longevity as they can potentially last for a lifetime with the right care. Here’s what you should know about making the most of your dental implants in Oklahoma City.
Don Swearingen, DDS Blog
July 19, 2018
June 3, 2018
When it comes to protecting your natural teeth, dental crowns in Oklahoma City get the job done. They’re durable and blend in well with your existing smile. While they can last for many years before needing replacement, sometimes a sudden accident like a bad fall or chewing mishap can make it come off prematurely.
In the event that your crown cracks, breaks, or falls out suddenly, here’s what you should do next according to your dentist.
May 4, 2018
If you or a loved one have to deal with chronic allergies or asthma, then you’re probably more than aware of the health problems these conditions can cause. However, did you know they can also make a person much more likely to develop cavities, gum disease, and bad breath? Today, an Oklahoma City dentist offers 3 quick oral health tips for these patients so they can both breathe and smile easy as the years go by. (more…)
March 13, 2018
What do you do if your dentist does the opposite of what you asked for with your smile makeover? One of the things he and I discussed ahead of time is that I wanted a really white smile. Yet, when my Lumineers came back, it turns out he put a stain on them. I didn’t realize that until he’d already bonded them on because I didn’t get to see them. When I asked him why, he said it was so they would look natural. When I reminded him that I wanted a very white smile he told me that I had to trust as the dentist he knew what he was doing. I’m just not happy with this and I paid quite a bit of money to get the “smile of my dreams”. What do I do?
February 15, 2018
I brush twice every day and floss every night. I’m not a huge fan of the dentist so don’t really go, but I never thought it necessary because of my good habits. However, lately, I’ve been getting a toothache. Why would that happen if I do everything I’m supposed to?
January 27, 2018
My son had always been okay at the dentist until our last appointment. I’m not quite sure what happened. The only thing different is he was told he had a cavity and would need a filling. He went nuts and started bawling. He’s never even had a cavity before so I don’t know what he’s afraid of. There hasn’t been any experience for him to build on. What do I do to help him? He’s terrified now.
January 13, 2018
I don’t understand why my dentist is willing to give me a white filling but not my son. He said children can’t have them, but I know my niece gets them. They live in a different state so I can’t go to their dentist. What’s up? I don’t mind going to a different dentist for my son. He’s only seen him once because he doesn’t see children until they’re 10.
December 28, 2017
Miley Cyrus seems to have a new smile that’s really pretty. Her old smile wasn’t bad, but this is much better. I was wondering if you could tell me if it’s Lumineers because I’ve been thinking of getting these.
December 15, 2017
I go to this club regularly. It’s always been fine. There’s music, dancing, and drinking. Lots of fun. I don’t know what happened but a fight broke out two days ago. I wasn’t involved, but someone clocked me in the mouth with their elbow. It was significant enough where there was blood involved but my mom always said the mouth bleeds easily. This morning, though, one of my teeth is gray looking. Is this a dental emergency? Do I have to pay it or can the dentist bill the guy who clocked me? I know who he is.