If you’ve been told by your dentist that you have a cavity, but you’ve never experienced any symptoms, you’re not alone. For most people, cavities aren’t recognized until they’re in a more severe state. Read our blog post for the lowdown on cavities. Don’t forget to contact our office to schedule a checkup!
Read our blog post to learn about ClearCorrect clear braces and how much its treatment time varies from that of traditional braces. If you’re interested in a straighter smile, schedule a consultation with Dr. Walkington to discuss how Wildflower Dental & Orthodontics can help you achieve your smile goals!
Everyone knows how important it is to floss. Clearing the plaque and food debris out from between your teeth is a fundamental part of basic oral health, but it becomes even more significant when you have braces. It’s crucial to keep teeth healthy while they are being straightened. Although it may take more time than […]
The term “root canal” refers to both the inner part of the teeth where the pulp is located and also to the multistep restorative dental procedure to remove infected material, relieve pain, and seal it to protect against future root canal pain. A root canal may also involve removing the nerve for the infected tooth. […]
There are approximately four million Americans undergoing orthodontic treatment at any given time, and about a quarter of them are adults. If you are an adult and want straighter teeth, you are probably wondering whether you should get traditional braces or look into aligner therapy. At Wildflower Dental & Orthodontics, we offer both options for […]
It’s not news that sugary sodas and juices are bad for your health, and many adults have made an effort to replace their customary Coke or Pepsi with healthier options like green tea, lemon water, or the increasingly popular fermented tea known as kombucha. However, it’s important to realize the effect that even nutritious drinks […]