Northwest Implants and Periodontics

Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality of dental implant and periodontal care in a warm and caring environment.

On your first visit to our office you will be given a thorough examination. Afterwards, we will explain our findings and your options for treatment including the cost of treatment. We will allow extra time to be sure all your questions are answered. We want to make sure you have all the information you need to make a decision that works well for you.

Did you know that every tooth is unique? Each tooth has its own size and shape, so each person’s smile will not be the same as someone else’s!

One of the earliest mentions of the term “wisdom teeth” is seen in writings by Aristotle more than 2,000 years ago, and we still use this term to describe the third molars today. The most common theory as to why they are called wisdom teeth is that you are a few years older and wiser when the third molars appear compared to when the rest of the permanent teeth emerged.

Tooth sensitivity after eating cold foods or drinking cold beverages could be a sign of cavities or enamel erosion. However, only a dental professional will be able to know for certain, so if you notice your teeth are more sensitive, your teeth should be evaluated for signs of dental health problems.

The earliest evidence of tooth cleaning tools are chewing sticks from Babylonia in 3500 BC. Twigs would be chewed until the ends frayed, and the frayed end could be used to help clean the surface of the teeth and gums.

If you whiten your teeth in preparation for your wedding, it is important to maintain the results of the treatment as the special day approaches. Coffee, wine, berries, beets, and hard candies are some of the food and beverages that can discolor teeth, so reducing how often you consume these will help prevent staining.

Once tooth decay begins, the lost enamel cannot be reversed, but you can take steps to stop the decay from progressing further. Ask us at your next appointment how you can adjust your diet and oral hygiene habits to reduce your risk of tooth decay!

This last Saturday - our team was able to witness a whole lot of love happening as one of our own go to marry the love of her life! Congratulations Jack and Delaney ❤️. ~We wish you a lifetime of happiness ~

Eating a lot of snacks throughout the day can increase your risk of of decay, but you can help reduce the risk by including more fruits and veggies instead of snacks high in sugar.

A healthy breakfast can give you the energy you need to start your day, and it can also help keep your teeth healthy. Eating whole grains instead of refined sugars and carbohydrates is one way you can reduce your risk of decay and get the nutrition you need to feel great.

Blueberries can be a delicious summer treat, especially if they are freshly picked, but it’s important to mind their acidity when eating them. Blueberries have a pH between 3.12 and 3.33, which can contribute to enamel erosion over time.

Telephone

Address


15515 3rd Avenue Suite E
Burien, WA
98166

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 3pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 4pm
Thursday 7:30am - 4pm
Friday 9am - 4pm
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