According to the American Pediatric Association, your baby should be seen by a physician or dentist by their first birthday to have their teeth and mouth checked.
In these early years, your pediatrician and dentist should be checking their teeth and mouth at each visit. Unless they notice a problem or your baby sustains a fall or bump, those checks should be sufficient.
We are so honored to have the trust of the parents to partner with each child to establish a great dental foundation that will last a lifetime!
At around ages 2-3 your child will have his or her first full dental visit with our Federal Way family dentist, Dr. Lee.
We’ll explain everything you need to know to make dental hygiene a fun and normal part of their routine.
‘‘I have been a patient for nearly 20 years, and have had the best dental care available. Dr. Lee and her staff are courteous, professional, and really put your dental care and health first!‘‘
Gingivitis: a mild, reversible form of periodontal disease that affects only the gums.
Periodontitis: an infectious disease of the gums and bone that support the teeth.
For a non-surgical treatment, contact us if you experience any of the following symptoms:
Gone are the times of “divided” medicine. More and more attention is being paid to how everything in the body is linked.
For many years, medicine tried to “specialize” things to the detriment of the patient. We are now in an era of
It is important to try to take the best possible care of your entire body. Visit your dental hygienist regularly for coaching on how to get enough sleep, healthy exercises, reduce unnecessary environmental exposures and maintain a proper diet.
Dr. Lee feels blessed to have our dedicated team of hygienists! Each of them displays a strong commitment to the field of dentistry and dental hygiene.
They have a true passion for helping each of our patients maintain a healthy mouth for a lifetime! They truly want to be your partners in your dental health journey.
At every hygiene visit (every 3-6 months!) we'll partner with you to make sure your smile and hygiene habits are spot-on and thus avoid big dental expenses in the future.