The continually educated mouth specialists of Sunshine Dental keep smiles healthy with a tag team of preventative dentistry and modern technology. During the appointment, a licensed dentist scours the mouth for signs of decay, cavities, and lost gummy bears (a $97 value) with an attention to detail normally only exhibited by pickleball referees. X-rays, including four bitewings, an extraoral, and a panoramic (a $234 total value), allow the certified tooth whisperer to inspect cuisine crushers in greater depth in a set of black-and-white snapshots. Take-home whitening treatments evict the yellow from teeth with stain-fighting bleach and a sheriff-delivered court order. Mouths that return dutifully to the dental office every six months for a checkup receive additional treatments for free.
With 40 years of oral-arts experience, Dr. Ken Hamada oversees a small, intimate practice that's devoted to providing personalized dental pampering. Beginning with a full exam and oral-cancer screening ($85), the one-hour comprehensive tooth-tinkering package includes a panorex x-ray ($125) and four bitewing x-rays ($60), followed by a basic cleaning ($97) and fluoride treatment ($40). Dr. Hamada also helps brighten and beautify bicuspids with his 30-minute exam and whitening package. Tooth technicians first march molars through a limited oral exam ($60) and four bitewing x-rays ($60) before teaching them how to tint themselves using the take-home Venus White system ($85) combined with simple meditations and a dried spaghetti noodle.
Filbert Family Dentistry views oral health as an important part of overall health and quality of life, and its staff puts patients at ease with a friendly demeanor and a modern office. Dr. Dat starts by surveying the mouth's great wall of enamel with a thorough exam and x-ray battery, which exposes any chips, cracks, cavities, invading barbarians, or signs of disease. Following the tusk tour, Filbert's professional cleaning crew will scour away all plaque, tartar, and empties from last week's molar house party—sending your face on its way with a blazing, blinged-out smile.
We are a private office that makes customer service our number one priority. We provide our patients one on one attention in a friendly, unhurried and relaxed atmosphere. We are a small staff who has worked together for many years. You will see the same people every time you come and get the best care.
The team at Progressive Dental Group regularly trains on the industry's latest technological developments to make their services as effective and pleasant as possible. Seattle-area natives and University of Washington School of Dentistry alums Drs. John Skibiel, Ranjiv Hayre, and Adam Berry call upon more than 35 years of combined experience as they provide cosmetic and family dental services, including single-visit CEREC crowns, dental implants, porcelain veneers, and teeth whitening. Dr. Berry was named a top area dentist by Seattle Met magazine in 2011.
Striving for patient comfort and entertainment, the crew outfits each treatment room with flat-screen TVs and WiFi access. The office's welcoming reception area invites clients to relax in plush armchairs arranged around the stone counter. A cozy fireplace warms hands in cold weather and eagerly consumes candy bars before they have the chance to induce cavities.
Apart from making our lives more efficient and ensuring that we can more easily answer nuanced questions about Golden Girls plotlines, technology can make us feel comfortable. At DMG Dental Design, Dr. David Myaskovsky grasps this modern concept and constantly seeks out innovative tools that expedite his procedures and set his clients at ease. In addition to low-radiation, digital x-ray systems, he outfits his treatment rooms with ultrasonic cleaning technology and laser cavity finders, which can more accurately detect decay before it causes extensive damage. The office also stocks the means for cosmetic treatments, from porcelain veneers to Zoom! teeth whitening.
Yet apart from technology, old-fashioned friendliness and a few amenities still help. At DMG Dental Design, a visual playground of glass sculptures entices the eye, with sconce lighting that resembles blue sea urchins stuck to the wall and an open treatment area divided by rectangles of opaque orange and green. Visitors can also augment their appointment by watching television, listening to music, or practicing their proficiency at speaking only in vowels.