Many people either don’t realize or simply forget that if they don’t use up the benefits they have this year, they won’t be able to use them next year. If you still have unused benefits, contact Smiles Dental to schedule necessary treatment!
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.
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.
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!
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a condition that affects millions of Americans each year. Read our blog post to learn about periodontal disease, including prevention and treatments.
If going to the dentist makes you nervous, you’re not alone. Most patients have dental anxiety to some degree, even if it’s just “butterflies” in the stomach. Read our blog post to see how we help our patients feel relaxed and comfortable when they visit us.
Note from Smiles Dental: Having been kids once ourselves, we understand that our patients may not always have the best oral health practices. For some people, there is a specific moment in their lives, when dental health becomes important. When this point is reached, the patient begins to practice positive dental health habits for 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
Kick Butts Day is a national campaign for tobacco free kids. A smoker’s smile is prone to gum disease, tooth loss and oral cancer. So listen-up kids and adults! Havoc On Your Smile Most people know that smoking is linked to lung cancer and heart disease. But did you know that smoking also wreaks havoc … Continued