Midwest Dental Center Blog
December 22, 2016
Are you ready to take on 2017 with confidence? Did you know that your teeth could help you do just that? People with beautiful smiles are perceived as more confident, happier, and more successful, and this could be you as well! Midwest Dental Center offers a quick and effective way to improve the appearance of your smile with teeth whitening in Midwest City.
November 29, 2016
For most companies, fall brings about benefit enrollment time. While you’re thinking about your 2017 benefits, it’s a good idea to review your 2016 dental benefits to ensure that you’ve maximized them for the year, and Midwest Dental Center can help. Dr. Steven Kendrick reminds you to use it before you lose it: maximizing your dental insurance in Midwest City.
September 10, 2016
There are a lot of things you wish you could spend more time on. Prime examples might be friends and family. You wish there was more time for your hobbies, and you probably wish you could spend more time just relaxing. Something you’d probably want to spend less time on is getting your broken tooth fixed. It needs to happen, but you aren’t about to take 2 weeks and 2 visits to get it done. What can you do though? Dr. Steven Kendrick, your dentist in Midwest City, can save your precious time with one-visit CEREC crowns. (more…)
August 14, 2016
Your teeth and gums do not stand isolated from the rest of your bodily systems. Of course, facial appearance, speech and eating depend on your oral health, but did you know that your overall health takes cues from your mouth, too? Dr. Steven Kendrick, dentist in Midwest City, believes general dental services, including preventive dentistry, keep all of you robust and hearty. Learn more about the mouth/body connection from the professionals at Midwest Dental Center. (more…)
July 14, 2016
Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a common condition that affects roughly 20 percent of adults. However, as much as 80 percent of those with the condition are unaware they grind their teeth. While bruxism may not seem like a very big problem, untreated grinding of the teeth will cause serious damage and discomfort. In fact, overtime, the teeth may actually become loose and fall out due to persistent grinding. To stop the damaging effects of bruxism, the underlying cause of the condition must first be addressed. As a dentist in Midwest City, we offer diagnosis and treatment for bruxism.
June 30, 2016
Families in our region know there’s a dentist who can care for teeth of all sizes, and it’s Dr. Steven Kendrick at Midwest Dental Center. You and your loved ones share almost everything else, so why would you go to different dentists? Make life a little easier this summer. Your family dentist in Midwest City provides comprehensive services, all under one roof.
May 31, 2016
A deep teeth cleaning — it may sound like something you’ll need if it’s been awhile since you’ve visited the dentist, but that’s not necessarily true. When it comes to your teeth, a deep cleaning is actually a special method we use in the treatment of gum disease. It’s also called scaling and root planing, and your dentist in Midwest City performs the therapy at Midwest Dental Center. Keep reading to learn more about why, when, and how Dr. Kendrick performs a deep cleaning.
April 8, 2016
As your dentist in Midwest City, Dr. Steven Kendrick knows maintaining good dental and oral health takes a comprehensive approach. For example, what you eat (or don’t eat) can have a real impact on the strength of your teeth and gums. With that in mind, we’ve got one question — are you getting all the nutrients you need to keep your smile healthy for a lifetime?
March 14, 2016
Are you looking to add a mouthwash or rinse to your oral hygiene routine? It’s a good idea, says Dr. Kendrick, your dentist in Midwest City. Be he also wants to remind you that no matter how good the formula you choose, it’s never a substitute for thorough brushing and flossing! Instead, a mouthrinse is a good supplement to aid in solid oral health.
February 18, 2016
A dental filling is an essential component to restorative dentistry. When a tooth has become damaged, such as by decay, it’s no longer able to hold its normal function. Not to mention, if left untreated, the damage can progress to the eventual loss of a tooth. A dental filling helps correct the area of damage to save the tooth while promoting the tooth’s function. As a reputable dentist, we proudly offer a dental filling in Midwest City OK to help repair the damage while preserving your tooth.