We are a family and cosmetic dentistry located in the Northgate neighborhood of Seattle. We offer services in both English and Spanish for our patients. Our practice is centered around you – your comfort, your health, and your happiness; while you’re here, you are our only priority and you have our full attention. We treat all of our patients with a warm, personal touch to make your experience enjoyable in a community-minded and environmentally-friendly setting. We understand that a healthy mouth is essential to a healthy body and we focus on early detection and prevention of oral diseases. Although we will always show you your options, we will never recommend unnecessary treatments.
We use digital imaging technology instead of x-rays, so that our patients are exposed to 90% less radiation. This also eliminates the need for toxic x-ray development chemicals.
We strive to be a paperless office. We keep all our records electronically and avoid using paper as much as possible.
Use of steam-based, surgical-grade instrument sterilization, contains no harmful chemicals and reduces water use. We do not use toxic cold-sterile solutions.
Installation of a special water filtration system allows for the environmentally sound disposal of old mercury fillings, to prevent pollution of our local water ways.
Biodegradable sterilization solutions are used to clean examination areas, and we use eco-friendly products for housekeeping.
We use LED operatory lights. DentalEZ is the first in the U.S. to design an operating light with 100% true direct LED technology. Plus, it’s cool, quiet, and environmentally friendly.
We recycle as much as we can in our office, reuse packing material, and avoid purchasing plastic bottles or paper cups.
Use of cloth sterilization pouches instead of disposable ones. Cloth infection control barriers are safe and very effective, we use cloth bibs instead of plasticlined bibs.
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