7570 W 21st Street
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Wichita, Kansas 67205


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Dentistry for Children

It’s important to know how to care for your teeth no matter your age. In the case of children, the parents or caregivers are responsible for ensuring that their teeth are cared for properly. Dentistry for children requires active participation from the family to get the best results. Reflection Ridge Dental can provide you with […]

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Need an Emergency Dentist?

There are a variety of situations that may require an emergency dentist. You need to be prepared and know what to do, and when to call Reflection Ridge Dental.  Types of Dental Emergencies  It’s summer and people play hard, which increases the risk of knocking out teeth. If your tooth is knocked out, follow these […]

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Teeth Cleaning Benefits: Why Teeth Cleaning is Important

Although you likely brush your teeth twice a day, and hopefully floss regularly, you should visit your dentist twice a year for an annual dental exam and teeth cleaning.  It’s simply not enough to brush your teeth, which removes plaque, you need a deeper cleaning and examination with a dentist. Benefits of Teeth Cleaning Brushing […]

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Should I use mouthwash?

Many people wonder, “Should I use mouthwash?” as part of their regular dental hygiene. While advertisements for various brands and types of mouthwash—also called mouthrinse—bombard us each day, it can be hard to determine if using a mouthrinse is effective. The answer is it depends on the type of mouthrinse. According to the American Dental […]

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Oral cancer signs & screening

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, it’s important to know the risks, signs, and symptoms of various types of cancers and how you can protect yourself. As always, it’s important to check for any abnormalities and changes in your oral health and see a dentist for a medical diagnosis. Risk factors for oral cancer […]

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Gum Recession

Gum recession happens when gum tissue that surrounds the teeth wears away and exposes more of the tooth. In some cases, receding gums can lead to exposure of the tooth’s root. As a result, gaps can form between the teeth and gum line which creates a space for bacteria to harbor. If left untreated, the […]

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