While you should be visiting the dentist twice a year to keep up with your regular dental checkups, we know that life can get in the way from that actually happening. If it has been quite a while since you last saw a dentist, read our Smiles Dental blog to learn what to expect.
With so many different dental practices out there, you may be left feeling a little bit overwhelmed about where to make your dental home. It’s great to have plentiful options when it comes to choosing a dentist but it’s also hard to know who you can trust. At our Washington and Oregon Smiles Dental practices, we work hard to set ourselves apart from the rest. Read our blog to learn about the “Smiles Difference.”
If your teeth look a bit yellowish then it’s possible there’s some plaque build up. Our blog has some tips on removing it but removing tartar is something only the professionals can do. Come see your nearest Smiles Dental office for a professional cleaning to leave your mouth feeling fresh and your smile bright.
Tooth enamel may be incredibly strong, but unfortunately, it’s not invincible. Sometimes the wrong bite on something hard or an accident can leave you with a broken tooth. Read our blog to learn how Smiles Dental can fix that up for you to protect your oral health.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Smiles Dental! We’ve got some suggestions for tooth-friendly treats that your loved ones will still enjoy. We’ve also got suggestions for showing love to your smile. Come see us for preventive care or teeth whitening!
Contact Smiles Dental if you need a root canal. It’s actually a very common procedure that can alleviate pain and prevent future problems. We are experienced at making you as comfortable as possible during the procedure.
Missing one or more teeth is not only damaging to your self-esteem, but it can make it harder to talk, eat your favorite foods, and flash a smile. Dental implants, however, can help you have a healthy smile again. Read our blog post where we go over when you should consider getting dental implants and what the procedure is like.
Nearly 70 million Americans suffer from gum disease—a debilitating, yet completely preventable, dental disease. Check out our blog post where we go over the symptoms of gingivitis and also present ways that you can avoid developing advanced gum disease in the future.