Frequently Asked Questions

Every patient is different. We will go over your individual needs when you come in to the office.

We are open Monday through Saturday with convenient morning and afternoon hours. We’re sure we can find a time to accommodate your schedule.

Our doctors have been providing great care to patients for over 35 years. You will love our doctors and team.

We have many options to make our patients more comfortable and we can discuss those when you come in the office.

Absolutely. We have great success with our whitening systems

Whitening toothpastes contain mild abrasives to remove surface stains and make your teeth appear a little whiter. While not actually bleaching your teeth, whitening toothpastes have polishing agents and special chemicals that are more effective than regular toothpastes against stains. Whitening toothpastes are ideal for coffee or tea drinkers, smokers and people who want to remove mild surface stains.

Our recommendations are that we start introducing children to dentist at age 1~2.  In some instances, it may be as simple as familiarizing a child with the dentist and starting things off with a “Happy” visit.  In other instances, the initial visit may consist of a routine cleaning.

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the ball and socket joint that connects the lower jaw to the upper jaw. Muscles that open and close the mouth stabilize the temporomandibular joint. Pain or tenderness in these muscles due to wear and tear is referred to as a TMJ disorder.

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a weak anesthetic that is very safe because it’s mild and non-addictive. After inhaling nitrous oxide, you remain fully conscious and aware. There are no side effects to speak of, but if you have any respiratory problems talk with your dentist before use.

Smiley O’Riley loves to teach kids about proper oral health habits in a fun and age appropriate way. Scheduling a Smiley O’Riley Show is easy! Online booking is available by going to our website’s About tab and clicking on Smiley O’Riley in the drop down menu. Smiley O’Riley requests can also be made by calling (405) 945-8941, opt. 1.

Customers Say

I love the atmosphere here! All the ladies treated my children great and made them as comfortable as they could! I would recommend my friends and family to come to this location over any other location they have!

Dental Depot is a wonderful Dentist office for the whole family. They are friendly and patient.

The staff is always nice and knowledgeable. Get me in and out quickly and with no surprise fees or cost. Always a good experience for myself and my family.

My whole family sees Dr. Spielmann. He is an excellent dentist. Everyone at this location is very caring and companionate. I highly recommend

Beautiful people treated with respect an they treated my boys like family an I was the one they were there to see!! Lol extremely honest an getting me taken care of

I love Dr. Vu, they made me feel comfortable and well cared for. I've never had to wait very long and they're super accommodating. My whole family comes here now. Love it!


Loving Linda: Celebrating a Life and a Legacy

  This past August we had the pleasure of honoring a woman you may know from our Central OKC office. After 31 years as a dental hygienist with Dental Depot, Linda Bryant retired. According to Linda, we weren’t celebrating that she was leaving, but celebrating that she stayed. Part of that celebration is continuing here

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Our New Equipment Can See the Future

For years, anyone who has ever been fitted for orthodontics has faced the same uncomfortable and downright gag-worthy dental impressions. Until now. Introducing the new iTero Intraoral Scanner. While orthodontic treatments have come a long way in a short amount of time – with smaller appliances, faster treatments and more discrete options – it’s this

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One Day at a Time

Nicole Matlock and her mom, Diane, are best friends. There aren’t any secrets between the two of them. So, when Diane called Nicole in September, Nicole immediately could tell that something was wrong. You see, Diane had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. To that point, there hadn’t been any inkling of anything being wrong.

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