We provide preventive dentistry, sealants, digital radiography, restorative dentistry, sedation, nitrous oxide,
general anesthesia, and space maintenance for infants, toddlers, children, teens, and those with special needs.
SDF is a clear antimicrobial liquid that is painlessly “painted” on the cavities. As the silver compound kills the
cavity-causing bacteria, and the fluoride hardens the remaining tooth, SDF temporarily stops the cavities from growing.
It can be used as an alternative treatment method for very young, fearful child to hold off on dental treatment and
help stop the decay process from progressing and in some cases, may be an alternative to sedation or general anesthesia.
This therapy is safe, affordable, and reduces trauma and risk. Risks of SDF are it will permanently stain cavities
black. Also, it does not restore tooth form or function, so large cavities may still require fillings. Finally, it
cannot be used in the presence of active dental infection or decay into the nerve.
Dental sealants are an inexpensive way to fortify your child’s teeth against decay. Sealants can effectively prevent
your child from experiencing cavities and toothaches, or from needing extensive dental work. The American Academy
of Pediatric Dentistry reports that with appropriate follow-up care and maintenance, sealants can be 80-90% effective
in reducing cavity formation.
We are contracted with most insurance companies. We accept Aetna, DSHS , Guardian, WDS, Humana, LifeWise, Dentamax, Tri-care,
All Delta Dentals, Metlife, United Concordia, Premera, Regence and GEHA. We are happy to submit a claim to the insurance
company on your behalf but ultimately the patient is responsible for the payment of the claim.
We will do our best to schedule appointments at your convenience.
We prefer to see preschool children in the morning because they tend to me more cooperative. Dental appointments are
an excused absence and it is important to continue a regular dental care for your child so missing school can be kept
Please notify our office 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment if you are unable to make it to your appointment.
We can schedule another patient that needs our care if we have enough time to notify them. We understand that emergencies
can happen but we appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
Fees and Payments
Payment for dental treatment is due at the time of appointment. We accept cash, checks, debit cards, Visa and Master card.
We also have a contract with an outside financial agent for your convenience.
Every attempt will be made to make a treatment plan that fits your budget and time and provides the best care for your
Do I Stay with My Child During the Visit?
We welcome you to stay with your child during dental appointment. Parents can provide comfort for their child but we recommend
the parent to be just an observer during the dental visit. The dentist and the dental assistant will explain everything
to your child to make him or her more comfortable. We require other children who are not being treated to remain in the
waiting room with an adult until the appointment is over.
Araina, mother of a 5 year old
Took my daughter here for her very first appointment. She was a little nervous at first but the staff was so friendly!
They took the time to explain to her each one of the tools they were using and she got to put a magnet on "no cavities"
wall. She did great and I'm glad she'll be excited to go back in 6 months.
Bianca, mother of a 7 year old
Great experience. Able to get in on short notice. Front office, tech and doctor were all very patient with my 2 year
old and very informative. Would absolutely recommend!
Sarah, mother of a 8 months old
When we walked in my son was so happy and excited! The entire place is like a forest with animals and trees! They waiting
area had 4 TV's with video games for the older kids! And books and puzzles! Then for the younger kids they have a
slide and padded floors! So cool!
Nancy, mother of a 11 year old
Amazing! So our kiddo had this fever and complaining of his teeth hurting. We noticed the swelling gum lines, bad breath,
and his lack of food enthusiasm.