1. Our Cosmetic Dentist Can Help You Get the Smile You’ve Always Wanted

    Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you when they meet you. If you are hesitant to share your smile with others because of your discolored or crooked teeth, it could be ruining their first impression of you. Those with severe cosmetic dental issues may even be hesitant to talk or laugh when around others due to the embarrassment of their teeth. You don't have to live lik…Read More

  2. Most Common Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

    Are you sick of wincing every time you brush your teeth or drink something cold? No one wants to have to deal with sensitive teeth, and luckily, once you understand what is causing your teeth to be sensitive in the first place,  you can correct the problem at the source instead of just treating the symptoms. In our last blog, our family dentist in Edmonds talked about a couple of the most common…Read More

  3. When It’s Necessary For Our Family Dentist to Do An Extraction

    No one wants to lose their permanent teeth. Unfortunately, though, our teeth aren't indestructible and circumstances could mean you need to have one or more teeth pulled by our family dentist in Edmonds. Removing one tooth could be the way to preserve the right of your teeth, though, and our family dentist can begin the work to restore the look of your mouth often immediately after the extraction …Read More

  4. What Causes Tooth Sensitivity?

    Tooth sensitivity can make many things uncomfortable. Whether you are eating something hot, drinking something cold or simply brushing your teeth, if you find yourself wincing in pain, you probably have sensitive teeth. Luckily, there are many things that you can do to make your teeth less sensitive and improve your overall oral health. Before you can correct your tooth sensitivity with dental car…Read More

  5. Can You Whiten Sensitive Teeth?

    Can you whiten sensitive teeth?  We all would love to have a beautiful, white smile, but for people with sensitive teeth, this can seem like a long-lost dream. Tooth sensitivity can make it difficult to eat or drink things that are hot or cold, so how are you supposed to apply bleach to your teeth to make them whiter? Unfortunately, many at-home whitening kits just won't cut it for people with se…Read More

  6. Lynnwood cosmetic dentistry procedures: What to expect when you’re getting porcelain veneers

    The process of getting porcelain veneers is all about giving you the smile you want in the most effective and comfortable way. They can effectively solve issues like tooth discoloration, uneven teeth, gaps and minor bite problems. Here is our cosmetic dentistry guide to this popular treatment: Step One - Cosmetic Smile Assessment: Because everyone is a unique case when it comes to dental treatment…Read More

  7. Do you have these bad oral health habits? Here’s how Shoreline cosmetic dentistry specialists can help

    Did you know that there are a number of bad habits that can affect your dental health even if you brush, floss and visit your local dental office regularly? Here they are: Brushing too hard: Applying too much pressure when you brush your teeth can actually do far more damage than you may realize. It can wear down tooth enamel, damage your gums, cause cavities and increase tooth sensitivity. To hel…Read More

  8. Edmonds cosmetic dentistry tips on caring for your dental crowns

    A dental crown is one of the most commonly used restoration procedures in modern dentistry. They cover or cap a damaged tooth and can be used to replace fillings, strengthen a weak tooth, restore the structure and appearance of a chipped tooth or cover a tooth that has had a root canal. Fortunately, crowns are also easy to care for, making them a low-maintenance, affordable and hassle-free dental …Read More

  9. General dentistry: Are dental sealants good for your child?

    In general dentistry, dental sealants are applied to children’s teeth in order to protect them from tooth decay. As a parent, you want to ensure that anything your child experiences, contributes to their overall well-being without risking their health in any way. Are dental sealants safe for a growing child? What are dental sealants? Dental sealants are mechanical barriers used to protect agains…Read More

  10. General dentistry: When should your child’s first visit be?

    The general dentistry rule of thumb is simple, by your child’s first birthday their first dental appointment should already have been scheduled. Starting dental visits early ensures your child’s oral healthcare routine settles in before any bad habits develop or problems occur. Rather than waiting for painful and often costly problems to occur, you child will also develop a level of comfort wi…Read More