El Reno Dentistry Blog

January 15, 2020

Living With Invisalign: Your Top FAQs

Filed under: Uncategorized — elreno @ 1:06 pm
woman putting on Invisalign

One of the biggest reasons that Invisalign is so popular is that it’s designed to fit seamlessly into any lifestyle. The trays practically disappear when worn, there are no diet restrictions, and patients can even take Invisalign off whenever they want. All of these claims are true, but what is living with Invisalign actually like? Does it change how you eat? How you speak? How you sleep? Below, you’ll find answers to some of the most common questions concerning day to day life with Invisalign.


December 11, 2019

You Have a Cavity. Which Type of Filling Should You Get?

Filed under: Uncategorized — elreno @ 12:53 pm

“You have a cavity.” When a person hears this from their dentist, it usually means they need a dental filling, and it’s the first step to stopping the decay in its tracks and restoring the strength of the tooth. Fortunately, you have a choice when it comes to which type of filling you get. Amalgam and tooth-colored fillings each have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, but which one would be best for your smile? You can find everything you need to know about your options in today’s blog.


November 15, 2019

3 Ways to Stop Oral Cancer In Its Tracks

Filed under: Uncategorized — elreno @ 12:54 pm
mouth cancer word cloud

53,000. That’s the number of people who are expected to be diagnosed with oral cancer this year. While the disease is actually very treatable when detected early, only about 50% of these new diagnoses are expected to survive the next 5 years. Why is this the case? That’s because the disease often isn’t caught until it’s quite advanced and virtually impossible to treat. Starting this November, which is officially Mouth Cancer Action Month, make sure you follow these 3 tips so oral cancer doesn’t have a chance to sneak up on you and claim another life.


October 18, 2019

How Routine Dental Visits Protect More than Just Your Teeth

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 6:07 pm
happy dental patient

There is absolutely no shortage of health advice online…in fact, there’s too much to sift through in an entire lifetime! Fortunately, most tips (from credible sources) boil down to the same three tips: eat a balanced diet, exercise, and make sure you get enough sleep. One important thing most skip, however, is that visiting your dentist is extremely important as well, not just for your smile, but your overall health. Dental hygiene appointments give your dentist the chance to identify all sorts of potential issues early so they can be treated right away, some of which can affect much more than your teeth and gums! Read on to learn about a few of the problems your dentist can help solve and even prevent with regular checkups and cleanings.


October 7, 2019

El Reno Smile Day: Giving Back to Our Community Three Years in a Row

Filed under: Uncategorized — elreno @ 4:57 pm
dentist office

El Reno Family Dentistry will give back to the local community with a day of free dental care on Friday, October 25th from 8:30 am to 3 pm at 1570 SW 27th Street.


September 1, 2019

Why Your Gums MATTER

Filed under: Uncategorized — elreno @ 5:00 pm
close-up of guy laughing

You don’t need a degree in dentistry to know that there is a lot more going on in your mouth than just your teeth, but they tend to grab all the attention…when’s the last time you saw a picture of gums on the sign for a dental office? In truth, your gums are just as important as your teeth when it comes to your oral health, but they are often overlooked, which frequently leads to a multitude of serious dental problems. This September is actually National Gum Care Month, so in that spirit, we’re going to cover the best ways to protect the unsung hero of your smile.


August 19, 2019

Can You Have Bad Teeth Because of Genetics?

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 12:02 pm
mult-generational family

Needless to say, we get a lot of things from our parents, one of the biggest being our genetics. The color of your hair, the shade of your eyes, and even the shape of your earlobes is all written into your DNA. But what about your teeth? Do genetics play a big role when it comes to them as well? If so, is it possible for bad teeth to actually run in families? This is a longstanding myth that your dentist has heard countless times before, but fortunately, when it comes to your pearly whites, genetics aren’t actually as important as you might think.


July 26, 2019

3 Tips To Keep Your Children’s Teeth Healthy This Summer

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 3:27 pm
young child in pool

As fun as it is being a kid during the summer, it’s also enjoyable being a parent. It’s just so nice to see your children relax and spend more time outdoors being physically active, but there is one thing that can definitely put a damper on all the summer fun—cavities. Children actually tend to develop tooth decay more this time of the year than others due to a variety of reasons, but with these 3 simple tips, you can ensure everyone enjoys healthy smiles all season.

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