At Soundview Family Dental, we believe in the power of lifelong learning and education. The more you know about your oral health and how it relates to your overall health and wellness, the better equipped you will be to ensure you and your family stay as healthy as possible. Follow along on our blog for bi-monthly articles on all things oral health.
A recent, three-part study by Crest® puts numbers to what most of us already knew – white teeth are beautiful and powerful! The study used both qualitative and quantitative measures in multiple settings to determine what effect white teeth can have on a person’s life. In a portion of the study on employment, researchers found […]Continue Reading »
Accidents are never planned and rarely anticipated, but good dental care is always ready and available 24/7. Like all medical emergencies, dental emergencies require quality care, and fast! Here’s what to do if you think you have a dental emergency on your hands. What is a Dental Emergency? If you are in a lot of […]Continue Reading »
At Soundview Family Dental, we understand that dental insurance can be a tricky thing to navigate. Evaluating dental plans and considering deductibles, benefits, which treatments are covered, and the mountain of other information insurance companies provide can be a headache in and of itself. Dr. Kitts and Dr. Hewett want every Edmonds patient to have […]Continue Reading »
We’ve all had a toothache at some point or another. While you should always consult your Edmonds dentist, it’s not always a serious problem. Often, the issue can be fixed with a filling or a root canal. However, many Edmonds residents have found themselves in a situation where the tooth is not salvageable, and the […]Continue Reading »
You love your teeth. You brush them twice a day, floss once a day, and see your dentist regularly. Right? We love your teeth, too! In fact, there’s so much to know about caring for your oral health that dentistry has quite a few categories of specialties and different kinds of dentists. The primary dentist […]Continue Reading »
Bite. Crack. Ouch! A cracked or broken tooth is a real problem. Unlike other bones in your body, a broken tooth will not heal itself and needs to be cared for immediately. Depending on the extent and location of the damage, your dentist will likely recommend an inlay, onlay, or crown. All versions of the […]Continue Reading »