As with any other type of medical issue, it’s not always easy to tell when a situation requires immediate care, when you can wait for a more convenient time to take care of the issue, and when the problem can be treated at home. Take a look at our blog post to find out what is considered a dental emergency.
If you’re looking for a new dental home for you and your family, what features are important? You want a place that offers the treatments you need, a comfortable environment, and a qualified, caring staff. Read our blog post for tips to keep in mind when choosing a dentist in Seattle.
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.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Reen Chung, DDS, Seattle, Washington dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. Read our blog post for ways to stay safe during this difficult time.
It’s the time of year for spooky thrills and chills, but don’t let scary cavities and tooth decay be a problem for you and your family. With Halloween approaching, it’s important to know how to keep teeth healthy this holiday season. Read our blog post for tips on how to avoid cavities this Halloween.
We may love our field of work, but there’s certainly a good number of people out there who have a strong fear of the dentist or getting dental work done. This feeling can range from a general uneasiness and anxiety all the way to a paralyzing fear. Read our blog post to learn about dental anxiety and what you can do to manage it.