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The Discovered Role Of An Imperfect Bite In Poor Posture

Sitting up straight is often the most ignored advice given to patients. Slouching, sitting hunched over, and having poor posture, in general, can cause stress to your joints and muscles, causing them to become fatigued and overworked often. Having poor posture can affect your energy levels, your mood, and self-image, but did you know it…

How Protruding Teeth in Children Increases Risk of Dental Injury

Protruding teeth can have long-term and expensive consequences. Permanent teeth affected by traumas, poor oral habits, and other predetermining genetic conditions can often face an increased risk of further injury and trauma compared to others with aligned teeth. For children, this presents an especially important concern that dentists need to consider when caring for their…

How Dentists Match Your Tooth Color Restoration

Dentists working to restore smiles are considered a highly technical skill due to understanding materials, surgical methods, and the physiology of their patient’s teeth. However, dentistry is more than just a medical necessity – it is also an art form. Restoring smiles with restorations like veneers, implants, and crowns often takes an artistic eye to…

How Your Oral Hygiene Routine May Be Hurting The Environment

With the onset of rising climate change, environmental awareness has become the forefront of our concerns. The severe impact that we have on our planet has changed the face of it forever. For many environmentalists, working cohesively towards world-wide solutions that are sustainable for the planet is one of the best methods we have. Sustainability…

Atraumatic vs. Conventional Restorations: Which is Better?

One of the most significant aspects of dentistry is exploring techniques and methods in caring for people’s teeth. As avid enthusiasts, the tools and strategies for correcting bites and filling crowns matter because those methods determine the results and help solve complex problems that people face every day when dealing with periodontal disease, tooth decay,…

The Long-Term Benefits of Visiting the Dentist

Among every article or piece of advice your receive from your dentists, visiting the dentist regularly is the primary piece of advice given. However, according to the ADA, back in 2014, 52.3% of adults reported that they had visited the dentist every six months, with 15.4% reported once per year and 11.0% reported once every two to three…

Periodontal Disease and Cancer: Is There A Link?

Many oral diseases, such as periodontal disease, originate from the growth of oral bacteria along the tooth surfaces, also known as plaque. Gum disease occurs when the bacteria along the enamel get in between the gums and into the bloodstream, causing inflammation, swelling, bleeding, and deep-set pockets between the teeth. Because of the constant collection…

Why Do I Need a Temporary Restoration?

Whether your teeth have been affected by damage or decay, there are a variety of restorative dental treatments your dentist can use to restore the affected tooth. However, certain restorations can take longer than others. This is because there are two main types of restorations known as direct and indirect. Direct restorations, such as composite…

Everything You Need to Know About a Dry Socket

Tooth extractions are dental procedures that are performed to remove problematic teeth from the mouth. Teeth can be extracted for a number of reasons, such as severe damage or decay, but the most common type of extraction are wisdom teeth extractions. Regardless of the reasoning behind a tooth extraction, most extractions can be performed comfortably…

Dental Problems Besides Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

Tooth decay and gum disease are both things that your dentist probably talks about all the time. This is primarily because these two problems are the most common problems that dentist’s face with their patients. While tooth decay and gum disease are responsible for the majority of restorative dental treatments, there are other oral health…

The Most Common Toothbrushing Mistakes

Brushing our teeth is an activity that we often perform unconsciously. Unfortunately, this probably means that we have unknowingly implemented a few bad habits that may be detrimental to our brushing routine. In fact, many people make mistakes while brushing their teeth. In order to improve your brushing habits, here are some common mistakes that…

3 Dental Prosthesis Supported by Dental Implants

Dental implants have become one of the most recommended ways to restore missing teeth. They are valued for their strength, longevity, and appearance, as well as their ability to provide stimulation to the jawbone in order to prevent bone loss. Not only do they offer an effective way to replace missing teeth, but dental implants…

Dr. Chris Vinson and Dr. Kristie Vinson Tulsa Precision Dental creates beautiful smiles through modern dentistry, working through the latest restorative and cosmetic techniques to meet our patients' needs and their families in Tulsa, OK. Our practice, operated by Drs. Chris and Kristie Vinson, believes in using preventative care values to achieve the most out of people's dental care.
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