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How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?

It’s easy to see when it’s time to go shopping for a new pair of shoes or jacket, but when are you ready for a new toothbrush? It depends on your usage, health, and preferences, but before you brush again, read on to see if it’s time for you to get a new toothbrush! You…

Dental Care During Pregnancy

You’re pregnant! You’ve got a million things on your mind, and we get that the dentist isn’t the first doctor you’re worried about visiting. However, it’s important to keep up with your oral health while pregnant. Preventative dental cleanings and annual exams during pregnancy are not only safe but are recommended. During pregnancy, the changing…

Electric vs. Manual Toothbrushes

Brushing your teeth is a quintessential part of your daily dental hygiene routine, and we receive frequent questions from our patients regarding their best options when it comes to a toothbrush. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), as long as one brushes twice a day for the recommended two minutes at a time, both…

The Importance of Flossing

Flossing is an essential step in your oral healthcare routine. Unlike a toothbrush, which cleans the tops and outer surfaces of the teeth and gums, floss is an interdental cleaner. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), interdental cleaners such as floss are a critical component of taking care of your teeth and gums. Cleaning between teeth…

Welcome Dr. Erin Sexson to Smile Studio!

  Smile Studio is thrilled to announce some exciting changes in the new year! On January 2 we welcomed Dr. Erin Sexson as the newest member of our team, bringing all of her experience in dentistry to our Smile Studio patients! She graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 2007 after receiving…

Veneers – What are they and how can they help?

At Smile Studio we offer many different services and procedures to help our patients with their oral health and appearance. In this post we will be highlighting veneers and the benefits that can come from them. For those not familiar with veneers, they are a thin piece of porcelain placed over the teeth to help…

Top Three Reasons To Keep Going to the Dentist

We get it! Booking your next visit to the dentist might not be one of your top priorities, and MAYBE even something you don’t look forward to…GASP!!! And while you may think your teeth are fine, and you can wait another six months or year, many people don’t realize just how beneficial routine check-ups and…