Dental Implants in Vancouver, WA

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Dental implants are created to help provide a foundation for replacement teeth.  These implants will look, feel and function like your natural teeth would. One of the first things people notice about you is your smile and we want you to feel confident in showing off your teeth.  At Mount Vista Family Dental in Salmon … Read more

Teeth Whitening in Vancouver Washington

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While most people want a beautiful pearly white smile, not everyone has strikingly white natural teeth. If you feel that you want a whiter and brighter smile, teeth whitening in Vancouver may be the right solution for you. We at Mount Vista Family Dental offer excellent teeth whitening and other related services to ensure you … Read more

ClearCorrect vs. Metal Braces

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Patients have several treatment options for misaligned or crooked teeth. They can choose traditional treatments like metal braces or try modern clear aligners. Both of these treatment options are highly effective and reliable. At Mount Vista Family Dental in Salmon Creek, we explain both options in detail so you can make an informed choice and … Read more

Clear Correct in Vancouver

Invisalign Services Vancouver WA Dentist - Salmon Creek Dentist

How does it work? Clear Correct is a braces alternative. In contrast to Invisalign, Clear Correct offers three distinct options for addressing your teeth: Limited 6 – This set of aligners works to treat the full arch, not just from the first premolar to first premolar. The Limited 6 is an ideal option for minor adjustments, as it includes six … Read more

6 Ways to Reduce Your Child’s Sugary Snacking | American Dental Association

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“When working with her young patients, pediatric dentist and ADA spokesperson Dr. Mary Hayes teaches them this simple, but important, saying: “Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth!”” Most kids love sugar – but consuming too much of it can be harmful to their teeth. Excess sugar encourages the growth of … Read more