1. Tips For Keeping Healthy Teeth Through the Holidays

    The holiday season is quickly coming up, which means time spent with family opening presents and plate fulls of rich, sugary foods. We definitely want you and your family to enjoy everything there is to enjoy about this time of year, but being the dentists we are, we also want you and your teeth to be as healthy as possible. It can be hard to say no to pumpkin candies, pie…Read More

  2. How to Handle Dental Emergencies

    We may not think about our teeth on a regular basis, but when something goes wrong, we want an immediate fix. From a toothache to a lost crown or a cosmetic problem, when it comes to our teeth, it’s important to have an emergency dentist in Seattle on speed dial. But what do you do in between the time when an accident occurs or when you can’t handle the pain any longer…Read More

  3. What You Should Know About Tooth Replacement and Dental Implants

    A missing tooth can be a hit to your self-confidence, but you don’t have to go through each day trying not to smile. There are several options that your dentist may recommend for filling that gap. If you need an honest and professional opinion on your pearly whites, give First Hill Dental Center a call. We know you have a lot of options in Seattle, but we believe we can …Read More

  4. Is Invisalign Right For You?

    Struggling with crooked teeth or a big gap in the middle as an adult can be frustrating. The days of constantly worrying about what people are thinking, getting food bits stuck in your teeth, or trying to hide your gorgeous smile because you don’t want people to see your teeth are over. Show off your pearly whites with a clear aligner that will straighten your teeth with…Read More

  5. Learn the Anatomy of Your Teeth

    One of the first things you do each morning is brush your teeth, you eat with them every single day, you need them to talk, and you take care of them every single day. But have you ever wondered what your teeth are made of? Many of us have heard the word enamel, and if you have been to the dentist you certainly know about gum tissue, and you may have heard the word crown a…Read More

  6. Who Are You Going to Call For an Emergency Dentist?

    If you are a parent of a child who likes to play rough, a competitive sports player, or just someone who injured their teeth, you don’t want to wait for a scheduled appointment with the dentist. Tooth or mouth pain can be extreme and waiting may only make it worse. When you have any of the following problems, contact your local emergency dentist, First Hill Dental Center…Read More