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. Safer Alternative to Teething Gels

    Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know about some of the dangers of using teething gels. Teething gels may go a long way to easing your baby’s discomfort when they are teething, but the risk isn’t worth the benefit. Luckily, there are lots of other ways to comfort your baby while they are teething. The following is a list from our family dentist i…Read More

  7. Why You Should Stop Using Teething Gels

    Providing dental care for your baby is about more than just keeping their mouth clean.  In one of our previous blogs, we went over a few tips for caring for your baby’s teeth, and we also talked about the importance of proper dental care at an early age. Although keeping your baby’s mouth clean and free of bacteria is an incredibly important step to proper dental care, there is more to it tha…Read More

  8. Foods That Help to Brighten Your Teeth!

    Here at Avenue Dental Care, home of the Free Whitening for Life program, we believe that having a beautiful, confident smile goes a long way, which is why we make it so easy for all of our clients to enjoy professional teeth whitening. Teeth whitening is just one of the many things that you can do to enjoy a whiter smile. One little-known way to make your smile brighter is with your diet! The foll…Read More

  9. Tips for Encouraging Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

    Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that dental care is a very important thing for kids of all ages. We also talked about a few things that you can do to encourage your child to brush their teeth. To recap, we went over buying kid-friendly dental products, leading by example and getting into the habit at a young age. The following is a list of our …Read More

  10. How to Encourage Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

    In a recent blog, we talked about how tooth decay is a very real problem for children here in the United States. More than fifty percent of American children will encounter some kind of tooth decay before they turn five. One of the reasons for this problem is the thought among parents that baby teeth don't actually matter because permanent teeth will eventually take their place. This just isn't t…Read More