Tammy, our Patient Care Specialist, is a brand new grandma to sweet Logan! He was born on October 25th, weighing in at 8 pounds and 21 inches long. Awww ….
Congrats to mom, dad and proud grandparents!
November 10, 2015
October 28, 2015
October 13, 2015
October 7, 2015
September 16, 2015
Backpack? Check. Booster shots? Check. Teeth cleaning? Check!
It’s a very busy time of the year for the family with kids starting school! Everything’s in order for a successful school year but how about back-to-school dental check up? Regular dental visits are important year-round, but a back-to-school checkup is key in fighting the most common chronic disease found in school-age children … cavities.
Prevention and early detection can help avoid pain, trouble eating and school absences. When scheduling check ups with your child’s pediatrician, make teeth a part of that process and call the dentist.
Here’s to a successful and a healthy school year!
August 4, 2015
July 28, 2015
Wisdom teeth, also referred to as third molars, get their name by being the last teeth to come in during young adulthood. As part of a dental visit, your dentist will examine you to determine if your wisdom teeth are healthy and properly positioned.
Your dentist or specialist may also recommend removal to prevent problems or for others reasons, such as when removal is part of an orthodontic, restorative or periodontal treatment plan.
In addition, the condition of your mouth changes over time. Wisdom teeth that are not removed should continue to be monitored, because the potential for developing problems later on still exists. As with many other health conditions, as people age, they are at greater risk for health problems and that includes potential problems with their wisdom teeth. Regular dental visits are important so your dentist can evaluate not just your wisdom teeth but your overall oral health to help you prevent and manage dental disease and achieve optimal oral health.
July 20, 2015
Here are a couple of pictures from the Lilliwaup Hatchery which is situated just north of the great bend of Hood Canal, near the mouth of Lilliwaup Creek. Tucked among moss-draped evergreens, the property’s natural springs provide clean water, free of pathogens and of an ideal temperature for salmon.
Rick Endicott is the Hatchery Manager dedicated to recovery, research and community involvement for programs – such as summer chum recovery in Lilliwaup Creek and steelhead and Chinook recovery in the nearby Hamma Hamma River.
You can look up LLTK (Long Live The Kings) and Rick can give you a guided tour when you are in the area. www.lltk.org
July 20, 2015
VIP – Valley Implants & Periodontics (Renton & Covington locations), surprised us with a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Floral Image! They have gifted us a new arrangement once a month for an entire year!
Thank you Dr. Chen and Staff!
June 23, 2015