We can answer that easily for you: South Tulsa Smiles.
South Tulsa Smiles is the greater Tulsa area’s top dentist office to not only make sure that your teeth are beautiful and healthy but will help you feel comfortable during visits to our office. Our goal is to provide the best dental treatment paired with the most relaxing environment for our Tulsa patients. We accomplish this through our expert dental hygienists and other staff, and our dentist, Dr. Londel Fields, DDS.
We pride ourselves on making sure our patients feel comfortable, and that’s why we are known as Tulsa’s Most Comfortable Dentistry. We focus on preventative care and ensure that your teeth and mouth get the gentle treatment you need. Invasive or aggressive procedures will only be recommended if they are necessary. Your smile is our priority, and our staff will do everything in our power to provide you with a stress-free, wonderful, and beneficial visit to our dentist’s office.
A dental implant replaces a tooth that’s missing. This implant is inserted into the bone and left to osseointegrate with the patient’s bone (naturally). Ideal candidates for an implant will have good general dental and overall health and healthy gum tissue and bone to support the implant.
Our holistic approach to dental care at South Tulsa Smiles ensures that you receive the best cosmetic dental care in Tulsa. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent care that will take care of your overall health as well as your dental care. Our cosmetic dentistry services include porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, ceramic crowns, and much more.
South Tulsa Smiles is proud to offer an excellent straightening technology through SureSmile® Alignment. SureSmile® is a perfect way to straighten teeth quickly, without the hassle of braces. SureSmile® Aligners are designed using advanced software to ensure they fit comfortably and deliver the exact tooth movements needed to achieve your ideal smile.
Dental nerve treatment is an option we will consider before invasive surgeries like tooth extraction, in which we would be removing your entire tooth and its root. Although root canals and other endodontic procedures may be necessary, we will explore all options to find the best one for you and your teeth.
Dental fillings are commonly used to repair and replace damaged areas in a tooth. These places have usually been worn away by decay or trauma. Filling in this tooth area will help maintain the tooth’s integrity and prevent more harm to the enamel. Overall, a filling can be an essential preventative measure against losing a tooth.