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How Does Plaque Happen

How Does Plaque Happen? Biofilms are often referred to as plaque in the oral cavity. A biofilm is the colonization of a lot of bacteria. 

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B is for… Botox!

B is for… Botox! Chances are you or someone you know has already had Botox injections a time or two. The stereotype that comes with

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Memorial Marathon

  The Memorial Marathon approaching quickly! Whether you are a runner or just participating in the celebration of this wonderful event, there are many ways

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Water Flossing

You may have noticed at your last dental appointment, your dental hygienist telling you about this thing called a water flosser. At Reflections Dental Care,

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Myobrace Videos

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Meet the team

About us

General dentistry in Oklahoma City. In 2004, Dr. Lance R. Schmidt set out to create a clinical environment that focused on both compassion and excellence.

We offer full sedation options, dental implants, child dentistry, same day dental crowns with CEREC®, Kor® Whitening, Myobrace®, and Invisalign® all offered under one roof.

We are a caring team committed to treating patients’ dental needs in the larger context of a happy and healthy life. 

Clinic promises

  • Less than five minute wait time
  • We'll do everything we can to eliminate anxiety and make you comfortable
  • If you're in pain, raise your hand during the procedure, and we will stop immediately to get you more numb before proceeding
  • We'll always give you the treatment recommendation we'd give to one of our own family members

Our mission

We change lives through compassion and excellent dentistry. Healthy teeth and healthy mouths translate to healthy and happy lives far more readily than many realize. 

It’s that moment you see yourself for the first time afterwards. Your procedure has now given to you the ability to smile confidently, eat the food you want and need, or simply go to bed without pain. 

We change lives everyday.