We are here to help you find a dental insurance plan that is right for you! We recommend you look for a plan that offers 3-4 dental cleanings per year. This is really helpful for patients that have periodontal disease, or patients that could benefit from extra cleanings to keep up good dental hygiene! Fluoride […]
Our community has been through a lot over the past few months, and our team is looking forward to seeing you again and resuming our normal schedules and routines. Your health and safety are our top priorities as we prepare to return to the office on May 19th. While many things have changed, one thing […]
If you’re considering replacing your missing teeth with dental implants, you might ask the question, “Are dental implants safe?” After all, getting a dental implant does require surgery, and most surgeries come with potential risks. But we are here to tell you: Dental implants are absolutely safe! At Shoreline Dental, we place your safety and […]
A popular motif around the Pacific Northwest is the lush greenery you see almost wherever you go. It’s no surprise that Washington natives are fond over our own greenery. But could you imagine if our plants, flowers, or trees could act in other mysterious ways? We’d like to thank one of our patients, Karen Hugg […]
Have you tried to stop smoking in the past, but failed? Here are the 6 things that experts say you must do to be successful.
We can learn a lot from moms. At Shoreline Dental, we recently learned something new from our Hygienist, Becca, and that is: Your baby can practice brushing even before their teeth come in. How? Her infant daughter, Dakota, is learning “how to brush her teeth” with a banana. No, not the kind you eat. Dakota […]
Is flying after tooth extraction safe? It’s usually a good idea to rest for 24-48 hours after extraction, so talk to your dentist about your travel plans.
Finally, a way to replace missing teeth with natural looking and feeling teeth. But can anyone get dental implants? Read our blog to find out.
Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or periodontal disease, is very common among adults. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments in this post.
Do genetics influence your oral health? Recent studies say yes and no. Learn about which health factors you can control in our latest article.