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.
COVID-19 is a new virus, and as such, there is still a lot of research to be done on how it spreads and how it can be neutralized. Fortunately, there are some products that have already proven themselves effective when it comes to fighting the coronavirus, and many of them are items that you probably already have in your home. 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.
Your TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, helps a lot of everyday functions that you probably don’t think twice about like talking and yawning. So when something is amiss with the joint, it can cause some serious discomfort. Read our blog post to learn how TMJ disorder is treated.
Valentine’s Day is all about love. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, you probably want to look your best. Check out our blog post to learn about our professional teeth whitening services, as well as the connection between white teeth and attractiveness.
It’s certainly true that young kids will eventually lose their first set of teeth, but that doesn’t make children’s dental care any less important. A lifelong commitment to dental care will give your child a chance at a lifetime of oral health. Read our blog post to learn more about when and why your kid should be seeing a dentist.
Even though you go to a dentist for your teeth and a different doctor for the rest of your body, your oral health and overall health are closely linked. In recent years, researchers have been investigating a connection between heart health and gum disease. Read our blog post to find out what they have learned.
Tooth extraction is never a fun procedure, but sometimes it has to be done. Check out our blog post where we explain when a tooth extraction is necessary, what the procedure is like, and what to do after it’s done.
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.
Heading out on a vacation? We hope that you keep up with your dental care while you’re away so you don’t set back your oral health. Check out our blog post for a look at some of the best dental care essentials for frequent travelers.