Throughout the month of April, spring is in full swing. Everywhere you look, you can see evidence of healthy growth in nature. April is also National Oral Health Month and a chance to reinvest in your own beautiful smile. Read our blog post for ideas how to celebrate!
From our very first patient of the day to the time our doors close in the evening, the talented dental hygienists at Smiles Dental work hard to keep things running smoothly. Read our blog post for a look at a day in the life of a dental hygienist.
Spring is in full swing, which means that Easter is fast approaching. We know that our patients and their families celebrate this holiday in different ways, but one aspect of Easter remains relatively common among everyone: the Easter candy. Read our blog post to learn about the best and worst Easter candy for your child’s teeth.
Though it may be common to experience bleeding gums in your lifetime, it’s not normal or healthy. If you’re noticing blood in the sink after brushing or flossing, there is cause for concern. Read our blog post for some of the reason for bleeding gums and what you can do about it.
Dental anxiety is common and not something you should feel ashamed of. We’ve worked hard to provide an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. There are several proven methods to overcome dental anxiety, and we employ them at our offices. Read our blog post for details!
At Smiles Dental, we care about the health of each patient. We also care about our environmental impact as a practice. This is why we offer holistic solutions to care for our patients and the environment. Read our blog post for a look at biological dentistry!
We all treasure our teeth, and for good reason. When a crack happens, it can be truly scary, and painful too. Read our blog post where we’ll talk about what to do if you crack a tooth.
Are you a resident of Washington or Oregon, wondering if the water you and your family drink every day contains fluoride? Read our blog post where we’ll let you know how you can find out, and review the importance of fluoride.
Scientists believe that dental stem cells hold the power to heal. Could they be the future of medical care? Read our blog post for a look at dental stem cells, and the potential they may hold.
According to Consumer Reports, more Americans have dental coverage than they did 20 years ago. Read our blog post to learn how we work with you, insurance companies and credit programs to help make dental procedures more affordable.