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Ardmore, OK Dentist Office

Welcome to Storts Family Dentistry’s Ardmore, OK, dental office. We proudly serve southern Oklahoma, working with families to find the best treatment for each individual’s needs.

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Your Family Dentist in Ardmore, OK

Family dentistry is a part of preventative or general dental care, which helps keep the teeth and gums healthy. We work with parents to help schedule care for their children and themselves. We understand that it can be a challenge to fit in dental care with after-school activities and busy schedules. Our team works with parents so that they can get care for their whole family. Parents and children can even receive care at the same appointment times.

Additionally, when diagnosing and treating pediatric patients, we also collaborate with parents and patients to ensure they have the tools to maintain good oral health. No matter the patient’s age, we can help find the best preventative services to maintain their smiles and address any problems that arise as they age. Early prevention is key when it comes to oral health. 

If older patients require restorative services from sudden or gradual tooth loss or tooth damage, we will often recommend dental crowns and dental implants. Dental crowns are tooth-colored caps that fully cover teeth. They can address teeth with large fillings, worn teeth, or weakened teeth. Dental implants are the premier dental restoration for one or more missing teeth. Implants support crowns, bridges, and dentures.

We also offer cosmetic dental care for adult patients who are healthy but want to improve the aesthetics of their smiles. Treatments like Botox and dermal fillers can be a part of a smile makeover. These cosmetic treatments affect the muscles of the face to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions about some of our general, cosmetic, and restorative dental services. 

Can you have Botox and dermal fillers together?

Yes. Many people opt for both treatments to address different cosmetic concerns. Botox helps reduce wrinkles by relaxing facial muscles, while dermal fillers add volume to lips and cheeks. Combining these cosmetic treatments can provide a more comprehensive facial rejuvenation. 

Can I eat normally with a dental crown?

​​You can generally eat normally with a permanent dental crown once the local anesthesia wears off and the crown cement has fully set. This usually takes about 24 hours. However, you should avoid very hard, crunchy, or sticky foods.

If you have a temporary crown, you’ll need to be more careful about avoiding foods that could dislodge or break it. Overall, a permanent crown functions much like a natural tooth. It allows you to eat your usual diet with minimal restrictions.

How do dental bridges compare to dental implants?

Dental bridges and implants replace missing teeth but differ significantly. Bridges use adjacent teeth for support. An oral surgeon can complete them quickly. They require altering nearby healthy teeth. Bridges might not last as long as implants. 

Dental implants, on the other hand, act as a root for a new tooth. This option takes longer because the bone needs to heal and integrate with the implant. Overall, implants offer a more permanent solution. 

What are the most natural-looking dentures?

Custom-fitted dentures can provide a great aesthetic result. Additionally, implant-supported dentures offer additional stability and a more natural appearance because they are anchored directly to the jawbone. 

Will my dental implants look natural?

Yes, most dental implants look and feel natural. The crowns that attach to the implants will match your surrounding teeth’ color, shape, and size. Because dentists and oral surgeons anchor them into the jawbone, implants provide a stable and secure fit, similar to natural teeth. With care and maintenance, dental implants blend seamlessly with your natural smile, providing both aesthetic and functional benefits.

What are some signs of gum disease?

Red or swollen gums and persistent bad breath are some signs of gum disease. Gums that bleed when you brush are also signs of gum disease. Additionally, your gums may start to pull away from your teeth and make them appear longer. If the disease progresses, you might experience loose teeth. If you notice any of these signs, schedule an appointment with your dentist today.


Mon-Thurs: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8 am – 12 pm

Our Ardmore, OK, Dental Staff

Meet our Ardmore dental team and learn more about our dental staff on our website.

Jesse Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Jesse Storts, D.D.S.

Travis Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Travis Storts, D.D.S.

Lauren Storts, D.D.S.

Dr. Lauren Storts, D.D.S.