Benefits Of Changing Your Oral Care Routine, Try A New Toothpaste Flavor

What is your favorite toothpaste flavor? Do you like tangy or sweet? There are so many choices out on the market that it is hard to pick just one flavor. The traditional mint, cinnamon and spearmint are now considered “classic” flavors. But as you may have experienced already, sticking to the same flavor day in and day out can get... read more »

Dental Basics For Seniors

The older people get, the more unique health challenges they begin to face on a daily basis. In America, the number of seniors over the age of 65 is projected to rise to roughly 71 million by 2040, and the number of individuals over the age of 85 is expected to rise to approximately 10 million by the year 2030.... read more »

Managing Your Dental Care Schedule

Keeping a regular dental care schedule is important for everyone, because it is usually like car maintenance or home repair projects in that most people do not worry about it until something is going wrong. Our staff is here to help each patient and their children keep a regular dental care schedule throughout the calendar! First, it is important for... read more »

The Importance of Periodontics and Gum Care

Regular dental should include attention not only to the teeth, but also the gums that support them. Periodontal disease, or a chronic bacterial infection along the gums and jaw, are tricky issues to resolve once they set in, and Dr. Walker recommends a healthy routine of proper tooth brushing and flossing to protect patients from this painful condition. Here are... read more »

What Parents Should Know About Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

A child’s first set of baby teeth play a pivotal role in how their adult teeth form when they get older. Baby teeth allow your child to eat solid food, speak clearly, and smile spectacularly during family photos. Baby teeth are also necessary for holding the space in the jaw where adult teeth will form. When baby teeth are lost... read more »

The Time to Brush

As patients of Dr. Walker and her friendly staff well know, good dental hygiene means brushing and flossing regularly. The American Dental Association recommends that people brush at least twice; one of which should be right before bedtime. Individuals who consume a lot of sugary foods and drink may find it helpful if they brush more often throughout the day.... read more »

Should You Exercise After Oral Surgery

You’ve heard it before, that exercise is good for your overall health. One of the best ways to do exercise is to make it a priority, Here at Sue Walker Dentistry, a dentist in Milwaukee OR, we like to say exercise is a lot like brushing your teeth. Make it part of your routine for optimal health. But what about when... read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Sue Walker Dentistry, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and area of expertise here on our website through these articles.... read more »

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