1. Keeping Your Teeth Clean at Home

    While we’re all spending more time at home, keeping up with your daily brushing and flossing routines might feel less important. But our family dental care team is here to remind you about the importance of maintaining those routines to keep your teeth strong — and prevent future tooth problems. Read through our five ways you can keep your teeth clean while you’re st…Read More

  2. Creative Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

    Getting your children to brush — and floss — their teeth two times a day can feel like an uphill battle. But their teeth are constantly growing and developing, making routine teeth care all that more important for your children. Today, First Hill Dental Center in Seattle is here with some creative tricks to make brushing and flossing fun for your children. Read through…Read More

  3. Common Dental Myths

    There are a lot of myths and preconceptions about the best way or the proper way to take care of your teeth. But some of these misunderstandings can actually cause more harm than good to your teeth. Learn more about some of these common dental myths — and don’t forget to prioritize your routine family dental care. Call First Hill Dental Center in Seattle to get your ap…Read More

  4. How Different Beverages Affect Your Teeth

    The foods and drinks that you eat every day can affect the overall health of your teeth. We know that it can be difficult to give up sugary (or alcoholic) drinks all together, but it’s important to understand the effects different beverages can have on your teeth. If you are due for a cleaning, choose the family dental care team at First Hill Dental Center in Seattle. Gi…Read More

  5. Protecting Your Teeth From Sweets Over the Holidays

    This holiday season is filled with lots of temptations. From peppermint patties and Santa cookies to sugar plums, homemade caramels, fudge, and Grandma’s infamous fruitcake, sweets are a permanent part of December’s menu.  But if you’re worried about the health of your teeth, all of these sugary temptations can start to take a toll. But at First Hill Dental Center, …Read More

  6. Candy and Your Children’s Teeth This Halloween

    When you have young children, tooth health is always something you’re worried about — especially when Halloween rolls around. But that also doesn’t mean your children shouldn’t enjoy some of their candy this Halloween. At First Hill Dental Center, we are here with everything you want to know about your children’s teeth and candy. From the best and worst candy to …Read More

  7. What Happens at Your First Pediatric Dentist Visit

    Taking your child to the dentist for the first time is an important milestone. That appointment starts your child’s relationship with their family dental care office and introduces them to their dentist.   But how do you know what to expect at that first appointment? This post is here to help you know what your dentist will go over during your first pediatric appointme…Read More

  8. Tips for Celebrating Back to School with a White Smile

    Back to school time means doctors appointments, school shopping, and new classes. But back to school is also a great time to get your child back to the dentist for their routine dental cleaning.  Today, we’re going to talk through some tips and tricks that will help your child keep their white smile all year long! If you need to schedule your child for their next dental…Read More

  9. The Right Way to Brush Your Teeth

    Many of our patients come into our Seattle dentist office and say they brush their teeth twice a day. We don’t doubt that this is true, but we also get a very different story when we perform our dental exams. There is a huge difference between brushing your teeth twice a day and brushing your teeth correctly twice a day. Think of brushing your teeth like taking your dog …Read More

  10. The Seattle Climate and Your Dental Health

    If you have lived in Seattle for longer than a few hours, you have probably already experienced its infamous climate — cold, dreary, and wet. Indeed, the average temperature in June is between 52 and 60 degrees. Not to mention January, where the average temperature hovers between 36 and 40 degrees with only 74 hours of sunshine. We don’t need to harp on the climate, as…Read More