7570 W 21st Street
Bldg 1050 Suite B
Wichita, Kansas 67205


Monday – Friday
8am – 5pm

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Dental Crowns & Restorations

According to the ADA, a dental crown is a cover or cap that can be fitted over your tooth. Dental crowns work to restore the tooth’s natural shape, size, and function. Most importantly, crowns help improve the overall look of teeth and make them stronger. What is the purpose of a dental crown? If you […]

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Benefits of Fluoride

Fluoride is a topic that is often discussed and can be controversial. You’ve likely heard arguments from both sides--is it beneficial or unnecessary for your health? What is fluoride? Fluoride, found in soil, water, and food, is an abundant and common mineral in the environment. The synthetic form of fluoride, on the other hand, is […]

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What to do if you chip, break, or knock out a tooth

What to do if you chip, break, or knock out a tooth A tooth that has been knocked out, broken, or chipped can inflict pain and panic. No matter how big or small the injury is, it’s imperative to seek treatment immediately to prevent further damage from developing. Causes of tooth injuries Tooth injuries can […]

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What your mouth says about your overall health

Did you know that your tongue can be an early detector for disease and illness in your body? While poor oral health can lead to cavities and gum disease, your oral health can indicate signs of ailments in other parts of your body. Your mouth can be an early warning sign of heart disease, oral […]

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What to expect at your next dental appointment

While the pandemic has affected our daily lives, it has also impacted appointment processes at medical and dental practices. Our practice is taking additional precautions to ensure a safe and comfortable visit for each patient. For instance, our team uses enhanced disinfection protocols and screening practices for the safety of all staff and patients. Here’s […]

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Is it time to replace your toothbrush?

Do you change your toothbrush every three months? According to the American Dental Association, this is how often you should be replacing your toothbrush. There are several reasons you should change out your toothbrush on a regular basis. Bacteria builds up on the bristles when used for a long period of time. Brushes lose their […]

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