Imagine this scenario: You’re out there enjoying your day when all of a sudden something happens and you’re dealing with a full-on mouth emergency. Whatever the case, you have to decide if you should visit the dentist ASAP or if it’s actually not that bad. Read our blog post for tips on how to handle different dental emergencies.
As summer winds down and school preparations ramp up, you’ll want to be sure your little ones are putting their best foot forward with their oral health. Check out our blog post for tips on dealing with potential oral health issues before school starts and things get hectic!
We strive to create an environment where the whole family feels comfortable receiving quality dental care. From the moment you walk through our doors, you and your loved ones can feel at ease. Read our blog post for a look at some of our family-friendly amenities.
We know you have countless stresses and worries in your everyday life, and we firmly believe that your dental care shouldn’t be one of them! Read our blog post where we show how we make dental care accessible and affordable for you and your family.
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.
Dental anxiety is common and not something you should feel ashamed of. We‚Äôve 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!
Did you know that February is National Children‚Äôs Dental Health Month? Our offices treat patients of all ages‚Äîfrom your youngest family member to your oldest. Read our blog post where we discuss our approach to kids‚Äô dentistry and provide you with some tips and tricks to keep your kiddo‚Äôs smile healthy.
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.
Our entire highly-trained team is passionate about providing quality care to our patients through the Pacific Northwest. Today, in our blog post, we want to take a closer look at what it takes to become a dentist, from years spent in a classroom to exams and licensing.