Safety doesn’t just come into play in regards to how clean we keep our space and our tools. Each team member at Smiles Dental has been carefully chosen for their commitment to our practice philosophy and for their proven experience in the field. You can count on quality care at each of our Washington & Oregon locations.
Teenagers have enough to worry about without adding tradition metal braces into the mix. Now, they don‚Äôt have to deal with the hassle of flashy brackets and wires that bring unwanted attention. Read our blog post about our clear-aligner, teeth-straightening therapy, now on special!
If you’re in search for the perfect dentist, our Smiles Dental team has some tips that can help you! There are many characteristics to consider when choosing a dentist and dental team, and those characteristics are: 5 Characteristics of the Perfect Dentist -Personal comfort: You comfort is the most important thing to consider when looking … Continued
At Smiles Dental, we are concerned about your complete oral health. And while keeping your smile in tip-top shape is what we do, there is more to good oral health than teeth. One major concern is oral cancer. And since April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to share some information about the disease. … Continued
It’s the most wonderful time of year! The holiday season is a beautiful time for friends and family, with good food and sweet treats. While some of us may have already checked our Christmas lists twice, there is almost always room for a few last-minute stocking-stuffer items. This year our team has put together a … Continued
Getting an x-ray of your teeth is often a routine procedure when you visit the dentist. However, you may wonder what x-rays are supposed to look for, who is more likely to get regular x-rays, and what types of dental x-rays are available. What Do Dental X-Rays Look For? X-rays create an image of the … Continued
Do you know how dental health care is affecting your kids? According to the National Education Association’s website, approximately 51 million hours of school are missed by American students due to oral health problems each year. These absences are mostly due to severe mouth pain, but can also include illness caused by oral bacteria and … Continued
What is National Dental Hygiene Month anyway? It’s really a month for dentists and hygienists to come together and help promote oral health for all ages. The American Dental Hygienist Association (ADHA) hosts a campaign each year during October to not only recognize dental hygienists for the work they do but also to help raise … Continued
Valentine’s Day comes in fourth when it comes to the consumption of candy (Halloween is first followed by Easter and then Christmas). 58 million pounds of chocolate are sold the week of Valentine’s Day. So, what is a dental care-conscious person to do? Here are just a few tips to enjoy the holiday with someone … Continued