In this blog, we’ll go over crowns. While they’re tailored and fit for royalty because of their high-quality, we’re not talking about the kind of crown a queen or king wears… We’re talking about dental crowns that help restore teeth both in beauty and function. If you’ve found yourself needing a tooth restoration due […]
Are you looking to improve the look of your teeth and comparing different cosmetic dentistry procedures? You may have come across some amazing transformations and celebrity-worthy smiles courtesy of dental veneers. But what are they, does insurance cover them, and how do they compare to other options? You’re in the right place! We offer porcelain […]
We all know sugar is bad for your teeth. As your body digests sugar, it releases acids that dissolve your tooth enamel, putting you at greater risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Limiting your sugar intake is one of the best things you can do for your oral and overall health. However, cutting out […]
Have you heard your friends talking about Invisalign®? Straight teeth without metal braces! Is this possible? We’re here to tell you it’s not only possible, but it’s also one of the most requested teeth-straightening treatments today. How does Invisalign® work without using metal braces… This text opens the Invisalign page in a new tab …? […]
Are you looking for a new dentist in the downtown Seattle area? Choosing the right dentist is vital to protecting the health of your family. With so many downtown Seattle dentists available, how do you make the right choice? Here are five vital factors to consider before you make your decision! 1. Location of the […]
Finally, a way to replace missing teeth with natural looking and feeling teeth. But can anyone get dental implants? Read our blog to find out.
Is flying after tooth extraction safe? It’s usually a good idea to rest for 24-48 hours after extraction, so talk to your dentist about your travel plans.
Are you having wisdom teeth problems? Or would you like to avoid future wisdom teeth problems? Read our blog to see if you need your wisdom teeth removed.
Could you be overbrushing your teeth and damaging your teeth and gums? Here are the warning signs to look for and the solution to the problem.
Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or periodontal disease, is very common among adults. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments in this post.