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Prevention

Keeping your teeth happy and healthy is one of our main priorities here at 425 Dental. 

 

While we always love seeing patients both new and old, we’re happy when the only reason you need to visit us is for your usual check up. 

 

Brushing and flossing twice a day at home is the first step to keeping your mouth in top shape. When you come in for a bi-annual checkup with us, we’ll be eager to discuss your at-home care methods and provide suggestions on how you can improve. That could be as simple as changing the type of toothpaste that you’re using!

 

We’re also happy to discuss your diet and how the things you eat on a regular basis could be impacting your dental health. We all know that sugar eats away at teeth, but did you know that acidic food and drinks do as well? Or that certain things such as coffee can stain your teeth? There are so many factors to consider when choosing what to eat and drink, but the 425 Dental team is ready to help you through the choices to support great dental health

Oral Cancer Screening

The smallest abnormality noticed during one of your routine examinations, such as a slight change in the lining of your mouth. Tobacco users are at a severely increased risk of oral cancer, but anyone can be at risk at any time. Early detection could just save your life – that’s why our team at 425 Dental is expertly trained to identify even the slightest of issues.

Home Care

It’s easy to overlook proper dental care on a daily basis. But visits to the dentist aren’t enough to keep your oral health in top condition. It takes a partnership between you and us, and by doing your part at home you’ll be saving yourself time, money and discomfort. During your next visit, ask us about how you can enhance your dental routine at home, so together we can keep you smiling.

Teeth Cleaning

Everyone loves having bright, shiny teeth. A regularly scheduled cleaning can do wonders for your smile, and can be completed quickly and painlessly. But cleanings are for more than just looks. Maintaining a regular professional cleaning schedule can remove long built-up deposits of bacteria, which helps fight off dental diseases and decay.

Periodontal Therapy

Gum disease can be devastating when untreated. Not only can it snowball into worse overall health issues, it’s also one of the leading causes of tooth loss in adults. When faced with periodontitis or gingivitis, the skilled team at 425 Dental alongside a skilled periodontist will take a careful approach to contain the bacterial infection.

Our Services

Invisalign®

Your journey to a dream smile begins with the Invisalign experts here at 425 Dental. Read more

Cosmetic Dentistry

Smiles matter, probably more than we realize. Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles on our relationships and our self-esteem. Read more

Sleep Apnea

We're concerned about the overall health of our patients, including their sleep health. Read more

Sport Dentistry & Mouthguards

Did you know that over 5 million teeth are knocked out in the US every year? Read more

Sealants

Our goal is for our patients to experience the least amount of dental treatment possible. Read more

Cleaning and Prevention

A focus on preventive dentistry helps you maintain the highest standard of oral health while limiting dental expenditures. Read more

Composite Fillings

Cavities and small fractures leave many teeth with defects that progress over time if untreated. Read more

Technology

At 425 Dental in Issaquah, WA, you'll discover dental care at the highest level possible. Read more

Nutrition and Oral Health

People often say to “watch what you eat” to keep a healthy body. But what you eat doesn’t just affect your physical appearance. Read more

Sedation Dentistry

As the mild form of sedation offered in our office, the administration of laughing gas is available to combat anxiety... Read more

Extractions

Despite your best efforts, teeth sometimes need to be removed to protect your health. Read more

Pulpotomy / Pulpectomy

Inside a tooth, under the enamel and dentin, lies the nerve, or pulp. Read more

Root Canals

Toothaches provide a vivid reminder that teeth aren't just inert pieces of hard tissue floating in the gums. Read more

Teeth Grinding

Under normal circumstances, your teeth should only contact for about 5 minutes each day. Read more

Implants

A long-lasting choice, implant-supported dentistry brings you as close to growing new teeth as possible. Read more

Gum Grafting

Good News! You don’t have to compromise on your health or your smile. Read more

Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies are never fun – or convenient. But we’re here to help in your time of need. Read more

Pregnancy & Dental Care

Dental care and proper brushing is even more important when you are expecting. Read more

Request an Appointment

The first step toward achieving a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment.