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Are you running away from flossing?
How often do you floss your teeth? Daily…or just before you see the dentist? A few years ago, a national survey found that about 33% of adults lie to their dentists about flossing. Honestly, this percentage seems low. So, people probably even lie about lying about flossing. OK, we get it. Sticking a piece of...
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car accidents can cause dental trauma
After a year+ of social distancing, people are happy to be driving anywhere (and every where) to get out of the house. As more folks hit the road, car accidents are also rising. In fact, according to Progressive (the car insurance people) accidents are now up 47% year-over-year. Unfortunately, dental injuries often accompany car accidents....
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Oliver finally gets his new smile!
After years of leaving it on the back-burner, Oliver finally gave himself the gift that keeps on giving: A new smile! 10 upper teeth and 4 lower teeth later, Oliver now proudly shares his smile, whenever he can. He also discovered that his newly transformed smile helps him feel more confident, and also happier. He...
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Good Oral Health Keeps Dads Healthy
This month celebrates Father’s Day, as well as Men’s Health Month. It’s the perfect time to remind the dads you know, and love, to take better care of themselves, so that they can be around to celebrate many more father’s days. Why do men need a reminder? Because apparently when it comes to their overall...
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Your Headaches May Be Dental Related
Do you suffer from chronic headaches? If you do, you may not be aware that your friendly neighborhood Burien dentist might be your best source to help you treat them. How so? Because the root of your headaches could be coming from your mouth. 90% of headaches are tension related, caused by stress, depression or...
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We can Help Treat Lingering Bad Breath
Bad breath happens. We’ve all had it, and shared it – ever eat garlic fries at a Mariner’s game? But having chronic bad breath is something else. Halitosis, medical speak for bad breath, is actually the 3rd most common reason patients seek dental care. Right after tooth decay and gum disease. Halitosis is like the...
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Your Healthy Keep Could Help You Live Longer
Take good care of your teeth and gums. It just might help you live a longer, healthier life. In fact, studies show that the more teeth you have, the more likely you are to attain a ripe, old age. One study looked for a connection between tooth loss and life expectancy, and the results found...
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Tooth Friendly Foods for a Healthy Smile
Want to keep your teeth and gums healthy? Eat right. While flossing and brushing play a vital role in your daily oral hygiene routine, so does your daily diet. What you eat can definitely help you protect your teeth, as well as promote a shinier, cavity free smile. 6 Tooth Friendly Foods Try adding some...
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Kyle Beffa Best Seattle Dentists
Looking for one of the top dentists in the Seattle area? You already have, if you’ve been coming in to see Dr. Kyle Beffa for your dental care! Each year, Seattle Met magazine publishes a list of the best dentists in the Seattle metropolitan area. And once again, we’re happy to announce that your friendly...
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Cosmetic Dental Treatments for Oral Cancer
Gum disease and tooth decay aren’t always the cause for damaging our oral health. Sometimes more serious health issues, like oral cancer, can get in the way of a beautiful smile. Robert’s teeth were destroyed by throat cancer in 2006. But now, after 15+ years in the making, we’ve helped him regain his smile. Through...
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