If you’re overdue for a routine checkup and cleaning to remove plaque buildup, we recommend contacting your local Smiles Dental! Our team is committed to helping you achieve a lifetime of great oral health!
While our kidneys filter our blood efficiently, we also need to eat kidney-friendly foods to maintain our health. These 20 foods for kidney disease are a great start! However, it’s important to remember that if you have kidney disease, your diet may need to change. To learn more, read on! These foods are incredibly healthy … Continued
Believe it or not, the way you brush your teeth matters. Our teams at Smiles Dental can help you improve your brushing skills. Come into one of our Pacific NW offices for preventive care and some coaching on your oral care skills!
Educating patients is part of the Smiles Dental mission at our Washington & Oregon offices. Read our blog to learn more about plaque & tartar. Let us help you prevent tooth decay & gum disease with preventive care & professional teeth cleaning!
We’re all spending more time at home these days so we can help stop the spread of coronavirus and keep our communities safe. With extra time at home, it’s important not to forget about your dental hygiene. You don’t want unpleasant surprises when you come back to Smiles Dental for a regular cleaning & exam!
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.
Sleep apnea disrupts the sleep of countless individuals and their bed partners. So you think you might suffer from this disorder? Read our blog to learn about the symptoms and the solutions we offer at Smiles Dental. Read about our Groupon offer too!
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.
You may think you’re taking excellent care of your teeth by brushing and flossing on a regular basis and seeing the dentist as often as you’re supposed to, but then not be aware of the fact that some everyday habits can seriously harm your oral health. Check out our blog post for 5 habits that can harm your teeth.