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Frequently Asked Questions
Many people have questions about their dental care. Please review our frequently asked questions for answers to some common questions we get from our Tulsa, OK customers.
Yes! We love welcoming Tulsa children to our office and are happy to offer children’s dentistry, and we agree with the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry that children should visit the dentist no later than their first birthday. Give us a call to make your child’s appointment with our dentists!
Our dentists and team provide a full range of services to meet your needs, from general dentistry to cosmetic treatments and restorative dentistry. We are also pleased to offer dental implants and clear aligner orthodontics. Contact us for more details and to make an appointment.
Yes. If you have an emergency dental situation, call Care Family Dentistry at (918) 299-7750. We will arrange for treatment to begin as soon as possible. In case of head or neck injuries, or if you feel your injury is life-threatening, visit an emergency room or call 911 before undergoing dental treatment.
Many people only visit the dentist when they have a noticeable problem. While they may think that they are saving money, the reality is that the treatments to repair and restore their teeth and smiles cost more money and time than it does to visit the dentist at regular intervals. Visiting the dental office regularly ensures that you receive preventive care to stop problems in the earliest stages of development and hopefully prevent them from developing in the first place. We can monitor your oral health and help you learn the best ways to care for your teeth so that they remain healthy. You should visit our office twice each year.
Brushing your teeth will clean the surfaces of your teeth but will not reach the areas between the teeth or below the gumline. Flossing ensures that plaque and bacteria are removed from your mouth before they can cause damage to your teeth.
Brush twice a day at the very least. Brushing your teeth before going to bed is especially important. Fluoridated toothpaste and ADA-approved toothbrushes are ideal. Make sure you floss daily. A mouth rinse is also advised. If you have any questions, please contact our office.