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What Are Dental Implants?

By |2019-04-15T18:10:30+00:00August 16th, 2016|Dental Implants|

If you are self-conscious because you have missing teeth, wear dentures that are uncomfortable or don't want to have good tooth structure removed to make a bridge, talk to your dentist to see if dental implants are an option for you. Dental implants are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth and are [...]

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Nervous About Dental Implant Surgery

By |2019-04-15T18:10:30+00:00July 25th, 2016|Dental Implants|

Dental implants have gained a popular reputation for their life-like appearance and longevity. Much of the latter is attributable to the titanium post embedded in the jawbone. Because titanium has a natural affinity with bone, new cells will grow and adhere to the dental implant over time, making their connection strong and durable. Of course, [...]

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Washington State Department of Health Updates

  1. Covid-19 testing will be provided at no cost to patients in Washington state. Those at most risk will determine testing priorities.
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  3. Increase social distancing by using a delivery service. Offer to pick up groceries for a friend or neighbor who requires isolation.
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