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May 19, 2021
Smiles of Spokane

Thinking about Having A Baby, Or Recently Pregnant?

If you’re considering getting pregnant, or are already expecting, concern over the status of your teeth might not be at the top of your list as […]
April 27, 2021
Veneers

What are Dental Veneers, and When are They Used?

Strikingly-white, straight, perfect teeth. It’s something we all want – and especially so during our teen years. Whitening kits and toothpastes can help, and sneak-arounds like […]
March 20, 2021
Blotchy Teeth Solutions

Blotchy Teeth? Fix Those Fluoride Stains Today!

Do you have white and brown splotches or streaks on your teeth? If you’re alarmed and beginning to think it’s a form of tooth decay, you’ll […]
February 20, 2021

When Will Baby’s Teeth Arrive? A Guide

Before your little one can talk, it’s a guessing game to figure out what may be causing them pain or discomfort.  But if they’re drooling, nibbling […]
January 20, 2021
Are Dental X-Rays Necessary?

Dental X-Rays: Are They Safe and Necessary?

Dentists and hygienists are often asked about the safety and necessity of X-rays. This is a great question – with answers that differ from patient to […]
December 23, 2020
Broken Tooth Smiles of Spokane

Cracked Teeth: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

With people living longer and more stressful lives, cracked teeth are seen more and more often at the dentist’s office. Yet cracked teeth can be difficult […]
November 14, 2020
Brushing Tips from Smiles of Spokane

6 Brushing Habits You Can Safely Drop

Since we’re in the habit of sharing good habits with both adults and children, this one is for both of you – why not nip a […]
October 23, 2020
Smiles of Spokane

Blotchy Teeth? Fix Those Fluoride Stains Today!

Do you have white and brown splotches or streaks on your teeth? If you’re alarmed and beginning to think it’s a form of tooth decay, you’ll […]
July 28, 2020
Smiles of Spokane

Born Without a Tooth, or Lose One Along the Way?

Sometimes the tooth fairy leaves us with the short end of the stick. If you’re missing a tooth due to trauma, decay, medication, or hypodontia (meaning, […]
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