Magnolia Dental Care Services

At Magnolia Dental Care, we are happy to offer our patients the best that dental care has to offer, including general dentistry, reconstructive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and treatment for TMJ disorders.

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Dental Veneers

At Magnolia Dental Care, we want you to be happy with your smile. One way to achieve that is with dental veneers, which are thin porcelain or composite shells that are custom made to fit over the visible surface of the teeth.

Dental Veneers
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Dental Bridges

For those who are missing teeth, dental bridges may provide an ideal solution. As their name implies, dental bridges “bridge” the gap that is created by one or more missing teeth. The teeth adjacent to the gap, also known as abutment teeth, are used to place and stabilize the bridge, restoring the smile to its original beauty.

Dental Bridges

Dental Crowns

Crowns aren’t just for royalty; they’re for teeth, too! Porcelain crowns, which cover the top of the tooth like a crown atop your head, are used to correct several dental imperfections. The team at Magnolia Dental Care have extensive training in teeth restoration using porcelain crowns. These types of crowns will keep your smile looking and feeling natural.

Dental Crowns
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Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are an example of a treatment that qualifies as both restorative and cosmetic. When plaque penetrates the tooth enamel, a cavity results. The treatment for most cavities is dental fillings.

Dental Fillings
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Teeth Whitening

The fastest way to transform your smile is through professional teeth whitening. Only professional grade whitening solution can penetrate the tooth enamel, providing a solution for dingy teeth that lasts far longer than results from a whitening toothpaste.

Teeth Whitening
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Invisalign

Goodbye Metal Mouth and Brace Face! As a certified provider, Magnolia Dental Care is proud to offer our patients Invisalign. With Invisalign orthodontics, you can enjoy straight teeth without the hardware of traditional braces.

Invisalign
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Implant Dentistry

Implant dentistry is ideal for patients who have experienced tooth loss. Implants are small titanium posts that are surgically implanted beneath the gum line. Once they have healed, a natural-looking prosthetic tooth is placed, restoring the looks and function of the smile.

Implant Dentistry
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Failing Reconstructions

Sometimes, despite a patient’s best efforts, a previous reconstructive procedure can fail. At Magnolia Dental Care, we seek to identify why the reconstruction failed before restoring the reconstruction.

Failing Reconstructions
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Extreme Wear

When the surface of your teeth are worn down, your entire body can be affected. Severe wear of the teeth is usually a sign of some larger problem. If left untreated, worn down teeth become more susceptible to decay and, potentially, tooth loss.

Extreme Wear
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Preventative Dentistry

The best way to avoid complicated dental problems is by practicing preventative dentistry. Modern preventative dentistry goes far beyond brushing and flossing. The Magnolia Dental Care team utilizes the most current risk assessment tools and techniques available to prevent dental disease.

Preventative Dentistry
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Dental Cleaning

At Magnolia Dental Care, we schedule 70 minutes for each dental cleaning. Not only does this allow us to do a thorough job, it also provides time to discuss concerns, provide education, and answer any questions our patients may have.

Dental Cleaning
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Dental Fillings

When plaque penetrates the tooth enamel, a cavity results. The treatment for most cavities is dental fillings. Fillings do exactly what their name indicates — fill the cavities left by decay. Once the decay is removed, we will then fill your tooth with a material that prevents further decay and restores your ability to chew.

Dental Fillings
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TMJ Treatment

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the joint that connects your lower and upper jaw. A healthy TMJ allows you to speak, eat, smile, and yawn comfortably. When the TMJ becomes inflamed, you may experience TMD, or temporomandibular joint disorder.

TMJ Treatment

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Quality Care

In the interest of providing patients with the best treatments available, we continue our education as dental practitioners. This means that we are able to incorporate both traditional methods that have been proven to be effective as well as new trends, materials, techniques, and technology to ensure that each patient receives optimal dental care at each visit.

The entire body is interconnected from head to toe — including the teeth, jaw, and other oral structures. For this reason, we provide our patients with holistic care. In conjunction with a Postural Restoration Institute trained physical therapist, we are able to help patients with dental issues that may be hindering their body’s ability to repair. The result is an improved quality of life.

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A Short Explanation of “Full Mouth Reconstruction”

Do you have dental needs that involve all of your teeth? You aren’t alone. Some of our patients were born with conditions that require extensive dental restorations. Others may have large restorations that have additional decay, missing teeth, or they have teeth worn from years of teeth grinding. Still others…

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Choose Magnolia

No other dentist in Seattle or the surrounding neighborhoods offer more caring or comprehensive dental care. To us, our patients are more than just a set of teeth, they are people we learn to know well. We take the time to treat the whole patient — physically, intellectually, and emotionally.