General Dentistry − Edmond OK

Regular cleaning & polishing are an important part of your dental and overall health.

What is General Dentistry?

  • By coming in for routine care you can prevent dental problems before they become costly, painful, or both.
  • Gum disease, which may be caused by poor dental hygiene, has also been linked to diabetes & heart disease.

General Dentistry

We use only the most advanced, leading-edge technology in our practice. It’s part of our goal to provide you with the most comfortable, successful dental care possible. We embrace the latest advancements in dentistry with your improved dental health in mind.

Preventive Dentistry

  • Preventive Dentistry is the area of dentistry concerned with preventing dental problems before they become costly, painful, or both.
  • A large part of preventive dentistry is patient education. This includes learning the proper at-home dental care, nutrition, etc.
  • Another aspect of preventive dentistry is oral hygiene through regular dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, mouthguards & more.

Family Dentistry

We understand that adults & children have different needs & we address them all. Adults want the best technology, the most informed doctors & the highest-quality care, while kids want to be comfortable & respected. We offer the best of both worlds. With extensive experience working with children & teens, we can make a dental experience more enjoyable for everyone.

Teaching your kids the right way to take care of their smile is very important. Dr. Johnson would be glad to give both you & your child the oral hygiene education you need to keep you clean & cavity-free.

Family Dentistry Oral Hygiene Tips

  • Begin daily brushing as soon as the child’s first tooth comes in.
  • A pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste can be used after the child is old enough to not swallow it.
  • By age 4 or 5, children should be able to brush their own teeth twice a day with supervision. This supervision should continue until about age 7, in order to make sure they are doing a thorough job. However, each child’s progress will be different.
  • Flossing removes plaque between the teeth, where a toothbrush can’t reach. Flossing should begin when any two teeth touch. You may wish to floss the child’s teeth until he or she can do it alone.  Don’t forget behind the four teeth in the back!

These oral hygiene tips are important, especially for your kids. By educating them at a younger age, they’ll have the correct knowledge to provide them with a lifetime of excellent dental health!

Call us today with any questions or to book your appointment!


 405-348-6161


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