Smile Everett Dental Care

Family & Cosmetic Dentist in Everett
We're Easy To Find At 1426 35th St. Everett WA 98201

At Smile Everett Dental Care, our top priority is to provide our patients with the highest quality dental care in a friendly, modern and comfortable environment.  We take great pride in building long term relationships and are committed to guiding and supporting our patients toward achieving and maintaining optimum oral health.  Our patients’ care is individualized, empowering them to make decisions best suited to their needs.  The goal is to help patients gain a full understanding of their unique state and needs and to provide them with options to achieve a healthy and beautiful smile, while making sure they feel comfortable and confident about their dental treatment.

Offering A Complete Range Of  Dental Services

There are different kinds of crowns depending on different circumstances, such as full gold, porcelain fused to metal, and full porcelain (or ceramic) crowns. Whatever the choice, the tooth will be protected for years to come! Talk to us to determine your best options for dental crowns. 

If you're embarrassed by chipped, worn, broken, discolored or missing teeth, gaps between your teeth or a gummy smile, we can help! "Smile Design" will complement your features and look completely natural, while restoring your smile to a healthy and attractive one. 

We take impressions of your teeth and fabricate custom fitted trays that are more effective than the ‘one size fits all’ over-the-counter trays that just never seem to fit right. If you are self conscious about the color of your teeth, we can evaluate and determine what are the best options for effective teeth whitening.

Root canal therapy involves removal of the infected pulp tissue of a tooth, thereby enabling the patient to keep the tooth as long as possible. The tooth may require a full coverage crown after root canal therapy for even better long term protection.

Periodontal treatment (or the treatment of your gums) starts with prevention: regular cleanings by your dental hygienist and good hygiene habits are excellent precautions to avoid gum disease. The main cause of periodontal disease is bacteria in the form of a sticky, colorless plaque that constantly forms on your teeth; however, other factors can cause the disease or influence its progression.