Tuesday, 27 December 2011

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them.

How do Dental Implants Work?
Because implants fuse to your jawbone, they provide stable support for artificial teeth. Dentures and bridges mounted to implants won't slip or shift in your mouth — an especially important benefit when eating and speaking. This secure fit helps the dentures and bridges — as well as individual crowns placed over implants — feel more natural than conventional bridges or dentures.

For some people, ordinary bridges and dentures are simply not comfortable or even possible, due to sore spots, poor ridges or gagging. In addition, ordinary bridges must be attached to teeth on either side of the space left by the missing tooth. An advantage of implants is that no adjacent teeth need to be prepared or ground down to hold your new replacement tooth/teeth in place.


To receive implants, you need to have healthy gums and adequate bone to support the implant. You must also commit to keeping these structures healthy. Meticulous
oral hygiene and regular dental visits are critical to the long-term success of dental implants.

Implants are usually more expensive than other methods of tooth replacement, and most insurance carriers typically cover less than 10 percent of the fees.


The American Dental Association considers two types of implants to be safe. They are:
  • Endosteal implants — these are surgically implanted directly into the jawbone. Once the surrounding gum tissue has healed, a second surgery is needed to connect a post to the original implant. Finally, an artificial tooth (or teeth) is attached to the post-individually, or grouped on a bridge or denture.
  • Subperiosteal implants — these consist of a metal frame that is fitted onto the jawbone just below the gum tissue. As the gums heal, the frame becomes fixed to the jawbone. Posts, which are attached to the frame, protrude through the gums. As with endosteal implants, artificial teeth are then mounted to the posts.
How Long do Dental Implants Last?
Implants generally last 10-20 years, depending on the location of the implant and patient compliance with oral hygiene and dental visits. Because molars receive more stress and wear and tear, these implants typically do not last as long as implants located at the front of your mouth.
 

Above article from www.colgate.ca

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1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
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Monday, 26 December 2011

Dental Health Care - Heart Disease and Gum Disease

Is There a Link Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease?
Overall the data indicates that chronic gum disease may contribute to the development of heart disease, the nation's leading cause of death in both men and women.

How does this happen? Gum disease is a bacterial infection that can affect conditions outside your mouth. In heart disease, one theory is that gum disease can cause bacteria to enter the bloodstream where they attach to the fatty deposits in the heart blood vessels. This condition can cause blood clots and may lead to heart attacks.

If I Have Heart Disease, Are There Special Requirements to Maintain Proper Oral Health?
To maintain the best oral health, you should:
  • Establish and maintain a healthy mouth. This means brushing and flossing daily and visiting your dentist regularly.
  • Make sure your dentist knows you have a heart problem.
  • Carefully follow your physician's and dentist's instructions, and use prescription medications, such as antibiotics, as directed.
Am I at Risk if Dental Procedures are Performed?
If you have certain preexisting heart conditions, you may be at risk for developing bacterial endocarditis — an infection of the heart's inner lining or the valves. Anytime there is bleeding in the mouth, certain oral bacteria can enter the blood stream and may settle on abnormal heart valves or tissue weakened by an existing heart problem or heart condition. In these cases, the infection can damage or even destroy heart valves or tissue.

There are precautions you need to take if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Artificial (prosthetic) heart valves
  • A history of endocarditis
  • Congenital heart or heart valve defects
  • Heart valves damaged (scarred) by conditions such as rheumatic fever
  • Mitral valve prolapse with a murmur
  • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Be sure to tell your dentist if you have a heart condition, and what, if any, medications you are taking for it. Your dentist will record important health information in your record and coordinate treatment with your physician.

Above article from www.colgate.ca

Smiles of Bellevue
Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Saturday, 24 December 2011

Cosmetic Dentistry - Dental Bonding - Smile Makeovers

Improving My Smile with Dental Bonds

How Does Bonding Work?
Bonding uses composite resins or porcelain/composite veneers to cover the surface of stained teeth and give a nice, even appearance to broken or misshapen teeth. There are two basic bonding techniques:
  • Composite bonding
    First, the front of the tooth is slightly reduced to prevent the "new" tooth from being too bulky. Microscopic grooves are then etched into the tooth surface with a mild acid. A composite resin matched to the colour of the surrounding teeth is applied to the tooth, contoured into shape, set using a curing light, and finally smoothed and polished.
  • Veneer bonding
    A veneer is made to match the colour and shape of your tooth. Porcelain veneers are generally stronger, while composite veneers are less expensive. With porcelain veneers, the dentist takes an impression of the tooth and sends it to the dental lab for fabrication of the veneer, usually after the front of the tooth has been reduced. With either method, the tooth is prepared for bonding by roughening the front surface with mild etching solution. The veneer can then be bonded to your tooth using a dental bonding cement.
While more expensive, a porcelain veneer offers a better colour match to your surrounding teeth and typically lasts for five to 10 years.

Above article from: www.colgate.ca

Smiles of Bellevue
Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Preventive Dentistry - Early Signs of Gum Disease

Some early warning signs of gum disease include buildup, plaque, tartar, irritation of gum tissue and bleeding when flossing or eating. Treat gingivitis before it becomes periodontitis with tips from a dentist in this free video on dental health and oral hygiene.


Above article and video created by: ExpertVillage.com

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BellevueWA 98004
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Thursday, 24 November 2011

Teeth Whitening - Facts on Whitening Toothpaste

While most whitening toothpastes don't chemically whiten the teeth, they do help remove surface stains which will make the teeth appear lighter. Discover active ingredients that whiten teeth, such as peroxide, with tips from a dentist in this free video on dental health and oral hygiene.



Above article and video created by: ExpertVillage.com

Our Bellevue WA office is pleased to offer KOR Deep Bleaching procedure for teeth whitening! Learn more about our teeth whitening dental treatment on our main website.


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BellevueWA 98004
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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Dental Restorations - How Does a Dentist Fill a Cavity?

A cavity is a small dental infection of the tooth that is comprised of bacteria and is treated with a filling. Discover how a dentist fills a cavity by numbing the patient, cleaning the cavity and filling it with tips from a dentist in this free video on dental health and oral hygiene.



Above article and video created by: ExpertVillage.com

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Friday, 28 October 2011

Preventive Dental Care Bellevue WA

Cavities Between Your Teeth
Interproximal decay (decay on the smooth surfaces between teeth) requires removal of a significant amount of healthy tooth structure to access the problem areas. This animation illustrates prevention of this type of cavity through flossing and shows the amount of tooth removal required. The progression of interproximal decay is shown with a transparent view through the enamel.



Above video produced by: www.ToothIQ.com

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BellevueWA 98004
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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Dental Crowns

What is a dental crown?
A crown is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant and is typically bonded to the tooth using a dental cement. Crowns can be made from many materials, which are usually fabricated using indirect methods. Crowns are often used to improve the strength or appearance of teeth.

The most common method of crowning a tooth involves using a dental impression of a prepared tooth by a dentist to fabricate the crown outside of the mouth. The crown can then be inserted at a subsequent dental appointment. Using this indirect method of tooth restoration allows use of strong restorative materials requiring time consuming fabrication methods requiring intense heat, such as casting metal or firing porcelain which would not be possible to complete inside the mouth.



The above article and video produced by: NadineNetwork.com

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1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Dental Care for Crowns, Bridges and Braces

If you have fixed bridgework, braces or other dental work which connects adjacent teeth, cleaning under and around it with an interdental brush can prevent tooth decay and gum disease. While their use may seem intuitive, many people are unaware that plaque accumulates under bridge connectors, around orthodontic brackets, etc. This animation describes use of an interdental brush to avoid recurrent caries around fixed bridge retainer margins, and the resulting failure of expensive dental work.



Above article & video produced by: www.ToothIQ.com

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1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

New Dental Care Technology And Your Teeth

By Brian J. Gray, DDS, MAGD, FICO

The world of modern dentistry is embracing exciting advances in technology for increased patient comfort, care, and convenience. Here are some ways dentistry is taking oral care into the new millennium.

Air Abrasion: High-speed delivery of "blasting particles" to a decayed tooth can replace the drill in many cases. The fine stream of air and aluminum oxide provides dentists with a more precise tool for removing decay quickly, without damaging surrounding sections of the tooth. This exciting dental treatment is also a plus for patients because it normally doesn't require any local anesthesia. While air abrasion may not be suitable for large areas of decay or the removal of silver fillings, it can be used to repair tiny cracks, remove stains, and smooth the tooth surface so that bonding materials adhere to the tooth.

Intra-oral Cameras: A tiny camera inserted into the patient's mouth allows the dentist to show the patient the exact nature of the problem. The image is enlarged and sent to a monitor that the patient and doctor view together. When patients can see the specific area in need of treatment, they're more likely to understand and accept the dentist's recommendation.

Lasers: Research continues at a fast pace in laser dentistry. Lasers have been used for years in a limited capacity, but their role in oral surgery is likely to increase.

Digitized X-rays: Computerized technology will allow a small sensor inside the patient's mouth to take the X-ray and immediately display it on a computer screen, eliminating film and darkroom processing, and reducing the radiation exposure for the patient.

Computers: There is a growing recognition of the role that computers can play in dental care. In the future, patient records may be kept on computer disks, including visual images captured on intraoral cameras. A computerized workstation beside the patient's chair will give the dentist the ability to view the patient's history from disk. The dentist might also use a voice-recognition system to ask the computer to assist in finding that data, or generate a "before and after" image so the patient can preview the result of dental treatment before it is done.

CD-ROM: Patient education will be a snap with information stored on CD-ROM. Procedures can be explained to patients in advance and post-operative instructions can be provided for them to take home.

With a new hi-tech face on modern dentistry, patients can look forward to a new face in dentistry and greater comfort with more "byte!"


Above article from: www.1stdentalcare.com

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Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Monday, 26 September 2011

Interesting dental facts!

Did You Know...

The major causes of tooth loss in people under the age of 35 are sports, accidents and fights.

George Washington's dentures were made from walrus, hippopotamus, and cow's teeth, as well as elephant tusks.

In 200 AD, the Romans used a mixture of bones, eggshells, oyster shells and honey to clean their teeth.

The second most common disease in the United States is tooth decay. The first is the common cold.

How much is the Tooth Fairy paying per tooth? Around $2 per tooth, according to Securian Dental Plans, an insurance provider.

An average American spends 38.5 total days brushing teeth over a lifetime.

Commercial floss was first manufactured in 1882, but Egyptians invented the first toothpaste 5000 years ago.

American sweet tooth: Americans spent $21 billion on candy in 2001. That's more than the gross national products of Lituania, Costa Rica and Mozambique combined!

Egyptians were among the first dentists. Some mummies have teeth filled with a kind of resin and malachite. In other mummies, gold wire has been used to bind loose teeth.

The greater the amount of time food remains in the mouth, the greater the chance for decay.

The sequence that foods are eaten can determine the risk for cavities. If you eat sugary foods after meals, you decrease the chance for cavities, as opposed to eating sugary foods alone.

In the United States, close to 3 million miles of dental floss was purchased in 1996 by dental consumers - enough to circle the earth nearly 120 times!

During the middle ages, people went to barbers for tooth extractions. These practitioners were called barber-surgeons and were marked by the iconic red and white striped barber poles that are still used today.

Anesthesia was invented by a dentist - Dr. Wells from Hartford, CT. A monument dedicated to his contribution is located in Bushnell Park in Hartford.

The above fun facts are from: www.compdentalhealth.com

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Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
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Sunday, 25 September 2011

Dental Care FAQS

Dental Care FAQs Article 1
Q. How do you clean your dentures?
A. In cleaning your dentures you should first rinse away loose food particles thoroughly. Then moisten your toothbrush and apply denture cleanser. Brush every surface, scrubbing gently to avoid damage.

Q. Why do your teeth seem darker as you age?
A. Your teeth may seem darker because plaque can build up faster and in larger amounts as you age. Changes in dentin can cause your teeth to appear a little darker as well.

Q. Why does your mouth seem dry?
A. Dry mouth is a common problem among seniors. It is caused by certain medical disorders and is often a side effect of some medications.

Q. Are seniors more susceptible to gum disease?
A. Yes. The severity of gum disease may be increased due to ill-fitting dentures or bridges, poor diets, poor oral hygiene, other medical diseases, and even some medications.

Q. Why do seniors lose their sense of taste?
A. Seniors tend to lose their sense of taste because age decreases the sense of taste and smell. Certain diseases, medications and dentures can also contribute to the decrease of your sense of taste.

Q. Should seniors be worried about cavities?
A. Yes. The majorities of seniors have tooth-root decay and are more susceptible to cavities.

Q. Why should women be more careful with their oral health?
A. For many women, dental care depends on their different stages of life that are directly related to surges in sex hormone levels. Your dentist may request to see you more frequently during hormonal surges.

Q. How do oral contraceptives affect women’s oral health?
A. Gingivitis may occur with long-term use of oral contraceptives because they contain estrogen or progesterone. Women who use oral contraceptives are two times as likely to develop dry sockets and require dental care more often.

Q. How does pregnancy affect oral health?
A. There is an increase in the amount of plaque on your teeth due to pregnancy because there is an increase in estrogen and progesterone.

Q. How does morning sickness affect oral health?
A. The acid in vomit causes tooth erosion. Women can neutralize the acid by using a baking soda and water paste and rubbing it on their teeth. Rinse the paste off after 30 seconds and then brush and floss.

Q. What is the likeliness of having tumors during pregnancy?
A. Women are at risk for developing pregnancy tumors that are benign growths that develop when swollen gums become irritated. The tumors usually shrink soon after the pregnancy is over.

Q. How does plaque build-up affect pregnant women?
A. If plaque is not removed it can cause gingivitis and women with periodontal disease may be at risk for pre-term, low-birth weight babies.

Q. What problems occur for girls experiencing puberty?
A. The surge in hormones that occurs during puberty may cause swollen gums, especially during menstruation. Herpes-type lesions and ulcers can also develop. They may also experience sensitive gums that react more to irritants.

Q. What are intraoral cameras?
A. An intraoral camera is a miniature video camera that the dentist places in the patient’s mouth so that together they can view any dental problems that the patient is having. The image from the camera is enlarged and sent to a monitor for viewing.

Q. What is the purpose of intraoral cameras?
A. The purpose behind intraoral cameras is to allow the patient to see the specific area that needs treatment so that they are more likely to understand the dentist’s recommendation and accept it.


Above FAQs from: www.1stdentalcare.com

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Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
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Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Dental Implants Bellevue WA


Above video created by: Dental-Implants-Guide.com
 
Smiles of Bellevue is pleased to provide dental implants as an option for missing teeth.
Preventive Dentistry - Restorative Dentistry Bellevue WA
Smiles of Bellevue


Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Gum Disease Treatment Bellevue WA

Gum Disease - Gingival Recession

Watch the video below to learn more about gum disease.


Above video created by:  ToothIQ.com

Gum Disease Treatment Bellevue WA
Smiles of Bellevue


Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA



Saturday, 27 August 2011

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Dental Care Bellevue WA

Dental Root Canal Treatment Bellevue WA
Saving Hopeless Teeth
Teeth with roots that have been damaged or infected used to require extraction, which can cause a lot of problems and should be avoided whenever possible. The good news is that we are well experienced in advanced root canal therapy. A root canal is a procedure to fix a tooth by removing the pulp chamber of the tooth and filling it with a filling material. This is often necessary when dental decay reaches the nerve of the tooth (or the tooth has become infected), and a simple filling will not be suitable. In the not too distant past, root canals would have required the tooth to be extracted. When dentists started performing root canals, they were quite painful, and the root canal has received a reputation as something to be avoided. However, with modern anesthetics and technology, the root canals we can perform in our practice are tolerable and sometimes even painless.

Dental Care Bellevue WA
Smiles of Bellevue


Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Clear Dental Braces Dentist Bellevue WA

Straight Teeth
Without Braces?

It’s true! With Invisalign™ it is possible to have straight teeth in as little as 9 - 15 months, whether you have overcrowding, widely spaced teeth, overbite, underbite, or crossbite. The clear plastic custom-made aligners are replaced every two weeks, and no metal or wires means less time in the chair getting adjustments. No braces, wires, or headgear are required! This means no mouth irritation, and even better, no one will know you’re straightening your teeth because – it’s invisible! The Invisalign™ system is easily removable so you can not only eat and drink what you want while in treatment, brushing and flossing are no problem! Join the quarter million patients who have already discovered the joy of straightened teeth – invisibly!



Clear Dental Braces - Invisalign
Smiles of Bellevue


Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Monday, 25 July 2011

TMJ/TMD Dentist Bellevue WA

Proper Bite Alignment Treatment Helps You Say ‘Goodbye’ to Headaches and Jaw Pain!
Did you know that dental occlusion (i.e. your bite) is sometimes the cause of frequent headaches, aching or popping jaws, shoulder pain, and neck pain? If your teeth have been ground down over the years or lost due to accident or dental disease, your jaw is not able to settle into a naturally relaxed position. This causes tension in the muscles in the jaw, and can lead to a variety of pain you may have already grown accustomed to living with. By restoring your dental occlusion, the jaw can be returned to the position that nature intended. This highly technical procedure, known as a full mouth rehabilitation, is available in our office. If you have been living with the pain and discomfort described above, we invite you to discover the benefits that this procedure may bring to your quality of life.

Do You Have Sore Jaws? Suffer From Headaches? Have Clicking or Popping in Your Jaw?
Dr. Osmunson is proud to be one of the few dentists in the country to have been extensively trained in an exciting new field of dentistry called neuromuscular dentistry. These treatment procedures have helped thousands of patients who have been labeled by other health professionals as “difficult cases.” Patients who have experienced a wide variety of symptoms and have sought treatment from physicians, chiropractors, and neurologists have finally found relief with neuromuscular dentistry. If you have unresolved headaches, difficulty swallowing, odd aches and pains in the jaw, head, or neck, or even clicking and popping of the jaw joint – you will be happy to know that Dr. Osmunson has helped hundreds of patients just like you.

TMJ/TMD Dentist - Smiles of Bellevue

Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Saturday, 25 June 2011

Dental Implant Dentistry Bellevue WA

Missing Teeth?
Why Not ‘Grow’ New Ones?
Dental Implants Dentistry Bellevue WA

Dental implants are the ideal way to replace lost teeth. From the front of the mouth, where they are most visible, to the back, where they provide stability to chew a full variety of foods, implants can help you recapture a beautiful and healthy smile. Unlike bridges or removable dentures, which sit on top of the gums, dental implants are placed under the gums. The “tooth” placed on an implant appears life-like, because it comes through the gums just like the original did – it’s like growing a new tooth! Implants can be used to replace any number of lost teeth. Even people with no teeth can benefit from implants, because they can replace their dentures with teeth that don’t move around when they talk, and they don’t need to be taken out at night. Because we handle the entire process from implant placement to crown fabrication, there’s no need to be referred to another office. Call for a no-obligation implant consultation today.

Smiles of Bellevue
Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Friday, 24 June 2011

Teeth Whitening Dentist Bellevue WA

Teeth Whitening – Dazzling
Results in Just One Visit!

We feature ZOOM2!™ Whitening – the same whitening seen in the TV reality series Extreme Makeover. Now ZOOM2! is 33% faster with 67% less sensitivity! You can have brilliantly white teeth, without stains or darkness, in less than an hour. You’ve seen it on TV – shouldn't others see it in your smile?

We also offer custom whitening trays, made in our own lab. You will receive supplies and instructions and you finish the procedure at home. This technique is safe and effective. Results occur within 1 - 14 days.

Smiles of Bellevue provides a full range of cosmetic dental care services including ZOOM2! Teeth Whitening.  Visit our main website to learn more about our teeth whitening services in Bellevue WA.

Smiles of Bellevue
Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Thursday, 23 June 2011

Dentistry for Children Bellevue WA

Choosing Your Child’s Dentist is Like Choosing Their Pediatrician
The staff at Smiles of Bellevue understand this. Instilling good habits early, in an environment that’s comfortable and fun, is essential for a lifetime of good oral health.

Children are not able to brush well on their own. Because of this, it is important for parents to be involved in their child’s daily dental care. This ensures thorough cleaning as well as the development of proper dental habits.

Little kids tend to eat more often during the day (grazing). This results in a prolonged exposure to acid (every time you eat you make acid), which may cause more cavities.

A tooth that is not as clean as it should be will be exposed to acid when food and juice contact it. This acid often speeds up the development of cavities. The good news is that identifying poor dietary and hygiene habits, along with applying a fluoride varnish to the mineralizing teeth, can significantly reduce the chance of your child having a cavity. Sealants may be recommended!

Visit Smiles of Bellevue to learn more about our dental care services for children in Bellevue WA.

Smiles of Bellevue
Tel: 425-455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
BellevueWA 98004
USA

Monday, 25 April 2011

Dentists Bellevue WA

Todd Lawson, DMD, earned his dental degree from the Boston University School of Dentistry and is a member of the Seattle Study Club. He has taken numerous postgraduate education courses, specifically selecting courses focusing on complete comprehensive dentistry, including training in implants and root canals. Dr. Lawson’s commitment to lifelong education means that he is constantly evaluating emerging dental methods and technologies in order to provide his patients with the best results in the least invasive manner with a high emphasis on comfort. This commitment ensures the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow.

Dr. Lawson and his wife Evie have one son, and in his spare time, he enjoys rock climbing, running, video games, and his family.






Bill Osmunson, DDS, MPH, obtained his dental degree from Loma Linda University. His extensive postgraduate education includes courses in temporomandibular jaw disorders, headache treatment, and neuromuscular dentistry. Training in jaw positioning enables him to provide you with a comfortable bite, which can solve a multitude of problems. Dr. Osmunson and his wife Marie have four fantastic children (including Dr. Lawson’s wife), and in his spare time, he enjoys producing veggie burgers for his wife and fighting fluoride.
The Smiles of Bellevue doctors are pleased to be able to offer beautiful smiles to their neighbors in Bellevue and the surrounding communities.  Visit our main website to learn more about our dental care services in Bellevue WA.

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Smiles of Bellevue WA Dental Office

Smiles Of Bellevue
Smile Makeovers Cosmetic Dentist
Todd Lawson, D.M.D.
Tel: (425) 455-2424
1418 112th Avenue NE, Suite 200
Bellevue, WA 98004

Web: www.SmilesOfBellevue.com 


 
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