Canker sores are small lesions on the soft tissues of the mouth. They are white ulcers that are most commonly located on the inside of the lips, the gum line, and the inside of the cheeks. Read our blog post to learn more about what causes canker sores and how to treat them!
It may not seem like visiting the dentist is a big deal, but it is! Taking care of your smile can have a huge impact on your smile’s appearance, your gum health, and your overall health and well-being! Read our blog post to learn more about why dental care is so crucial.
There’s one question we always hear from patients—and even if it’s not said out loud, we know it’s what they’re wondering: “Are root canals painful?” Read our blog post where we separate fact from fiction once and for all. Getting a root canal should NOT be painful!
By following a proper at-home oral hygiene regimen, you use your toothbrush at least two to three times a day for two minutes each time. Have you ever stopped to think about just how often you actually change out your toothbrush? Read our blog post for some tips for your dental tools and what to look for when getting new ones!
You may know that you want to restore your smile, but after that, you may not know the best way to go about doing so. Read our blog post where we compare dental implants and dentures as the best option for restoring your smile.
As many of us are parents ourselves, we understand first hand just how important it is to feel confident in your child’s healthcare providers. From pediatric visits to dental visits, it’s crucial to know how often your child needs check-ups and exams. Check out our blog post for all the answers on your child’s dental visits.
Few things can make your smile red-carpet-ready like dental veneers. If you’re looking to improve your smile and boost your confidence, dental veneers have many advantages. Read our blog post for details!
If you have missing teeth, dental crowns may be used to fill the gaps in your smile. Crowns can last for decades and permanently stay in place (unlike dentures). But what type of material are crowns typically made from? Check out our blog post for details!
Whether you’ve just moved to the Seattle area or you’re just looking for something new, finding the right family dentist can be difficult. You’ll want to balance quality and convenience with those more intangible qualities, like the right “fit”. Check out our blog post for some tips that will help you and your family find a dentist you can rely on for years to come!
Our expert dentist is highly trained in handling dental emergencies and our Seattle dental office reserves room in our daily schedule for patients to come in with urgent matters. While we hope you never experience a dental emergency, it’s still important you know what to do and where to go just in case. Read our blog post for details.