Seattle Dental Associates

We are very proud of our boss Deck on receiving the 2017 Honorary Lifetime Member Award from the U of W Dental School.

[04/26/17]   We have been honored and one of the Top Dentist in Seattle from Seattle Metropolitan Magazine.

Dr Barnes was recently in Denver for the International College of Dentists. He was president in 2014/2015. Dr. Barnes sponsored this group of dentists into the organization and they where inducted last week. This is the most prestige's dental organization, you have to be invited to join. Congratulations to the new inductees.

3 Gross Things Removed From Your Teeth After Just 1 Cleaning - Delta Dental of Washington Blog

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When was your last cleaning?

deltadentalwablog.com 6 months is just enough time for our mouths to warrant a professional dental cleaning. Plaque and tartar buildup happens over time, kind of like how a ceiling fan collects dust. Consistent dental care creates a healthy smile, but how much does one dental cleaning really do? A lot, as it turns out. 1...

[08/24/16]   When should I floss?

If you are one of the 50 percent of the population who floss on a daily basis, we think that’s great! We prefer our patients practice good oral hygiene between office visits, and part of that process includes flossing, which is the process of cleaning between the teeth to remove food and debris from the areas that are otherwise hard to reach with a toothbrush. When food remains trapped between the teeth, it provides a breeding ground for bacteria, which can ultimately cause periodontal disease.

You’re probably thinking, “Okay, should I floss before or after brushing?”

According to the American Dental Association, you can do either. The advantage of flossing first is that you can brush away dislodged food debris afterward. However, brushing before flossing allows you to loosen plaque between the teeth, making it easier to floss more effectively.

Whichever you choose, make sure to floss thoroughly. That means using a fresh strand of dental floss each day, and carefully pulling it back and forth between all of the teeth. Do not skip flossing because your teeth look or feel clean.

Unlike brushing, you needn’t floss multiple times a day; once a day will do the trick. Some of our patients choose to floss in the morning or after lunch, however many prefer to floss at night so as to prevent food and debris from remaining in the crevices of the teeth overnight. The idea here is that flossing before bedtime could prevent the build-up of plaque, a known cause of tooth decay.

Patients can choose between interdental cleaning picks, pre-strung flossers, or flexible floss strands. If you have questions about your flossing technique or which type of floss is best for your teeth, please give us a call and we will be happy to discuss this with you and make home care recommendations.

Happy flossing!

Shared from another Dentist friend, we all had to carve teeth in wax when we where in dental school

[06/06/16]   Eating Healthy for the summer;
It’s summer—that wonderful time of year when fresh and delicious produce abounds. Dr. Barnes will tell you that your teeth, gums, and tissues all rely on an appropriate mix of vitamins and minerals to maintain good oral health no matter what time of year. In previous studies, nutrients in fruits and vegetables such as dietary fiber, potassium, and antioxidants have all been associated with a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease and cancers, including oral cancer.

Here are four foods we want you to enjoy this summer to ensure a healthy mouth:

Watermelons and Strawberries

Watermelons have high water content, which dilutes the effects of the sugars they contain and stimulates the flow of saliva. In addition, research shows that eating foods full of water (watermelon is 92 percent water) helps keep you satiated on fewer calories. Finally, in addition to containing skin-protecting lycopene, eating watermelon can help you stay hydrated during the summer months, which not only keeps your memory sharp and your mood stable, but also helps keep your body cool.

Strawberries are juicy and delicious, and they’re also considered a superfood. Nutrient-rich and packed with antioxidants (such as vitamin C, which can help with cancer prevention), strawberries also promote eye health, help fight bad cholesterol, and regulate blood pressure.

Apples

Did you know consuming apples can help you attain whiter, healthier teeth? It’s true. Biting and chewing an apple stimulates the production of saliva in your mouth, and in the process, lowers the levels of bacteria and other harmful acids, leading to a lower likelihood of tooth decay. Apple consumption can also boost your immune system, reducing cholesterol and helping you avoid Alzheimer’s and Parkinson's diseases. Finally, eating an apple a day has been linked to heart health, including a lower risk of death from both coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease.

Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a delicious and healthy snack and can help you ward off cancer. The yummy red fruit contains lycopene, which helps protect your skin from sunburn. Tomatoes can also help you fight heart disease due to the niacin, folate, and vitamin B6 nutrients they contain. They’re high in crucial antioxidants, such as vitamin C and vitamin A, which work to prevent DNA damage.

Our farmers markets are a good source for Strawberries right now.

[05/17/16]   The office will be closed Wednesday May 18th returning on Monday. If you need anything call the office for emergency information. 206-682-8676

Mouthguards Prevent Dental Injuries - Association

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Good advice and info on Mouthguards. #mouthguards

mouthhealthy.org Mouthguards, also called mouth protectors, help cushion a blow to the face, minimizing the risk of broken teeth and injuries to your lips, tongue, face or jaw. Mouthguards prevent dental injuries

Lynnwood dental office is dream of Christian clinic in Seattle - HeraldNet.com

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Exciting news for Snohomish county.

heraldnet.com LYNNWOOD — The Puget Sound Christian Clinic had dreamed for more than a decade of opening a new nonprofit dental clinic.There were times when even......

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