If you have lost some or all your natural teeth and you experience difficulties while eating and speaking, you might be a good candidate for dentures. Nowadays, dentures are designed to look just like your real teeth and can really improve your quality of life! Continue reading
As the season holidays are approaching, we can’t think of a better Christmas present to reward yourself with than enhancing your smile and achieving the beautiful looks you’ve always dreamed off.
Issaquah dentists offer various options for a smile makeover. If you want to achieve the best results, be sure to consult a proven dental specialist, like Dr. Kwok from Apex Dental Care. Dr. Kwok will offer you a thorough examination and help you chose the best smile makeover solution for your individual needs. Continue reading
As the Christmas holidays are approaching, what could be a better option to enhance your looks and impress friends and family, than a perfect bright smile? It has been proven by numerous studies that people with a beautiful and healthy smile are much more attractive and naturally likable. Should you consider enhancing yours, teeth whitening might be a good first step to start. Prior an Issaquahteeth whitening treatment, here are five important things you should know: Continue reading
Do you know that most Americans believe a healthy and beautiful smile is an important social asset and yet, there are more than 20 million people in the U.S. who are missing all their natural teeth? Almost 70% of all Americans, aged 35 to 44 have at least one missing tooth, and one in four over the age of 74 have lost all their natural teeth! Continue reading
If you are not one of those very few people, blessed with a naturally perfect smile, but you would like to achieve one and boost your self-confidence, you can consider Issaquah smile makeover – different cosmetic dentistry procedures that can create the perfect smile you’ve always wanted. Continue reading
Are you dealing with painful toothache that just won’t go away? Pain like this could be caused by different reasons, one of which is severe infection that requires a root canal or endodontic treatment.
Are you terrified every time you need to visit your dentist? Statistics reveal that out of 265 million US patients, 145 million experience serious anxiety prior dental visit. Further to that, nearly 15% of American adults are avoiding going to the dentist because of fear and anxiety about dental treatment. Continue reading