Downtown Seattle WA Emergency Dentist Cracked & Broken Teeth Services Launched

Seattle, Washington, based professional dental clinic Dentist Downtown Seattle updated its range of emergency dental services for local patients. Whether it is crooked teeth or an abnormal bite, the dental team can help patients achieve the smile they have always wanted and deserve.

Seattle, United States - July 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Dentist Downtown Seattle, a professional dental clinic based in Seattle, Washington, announced the launch of an updated range of emergency dental services for local patients. The dental team provide top-quality services for a wide range of dental emergencies, including abscesses, cracked or broken teeth, lost, loose, or broken crowns, knocked-out teeth, lost or loose fillings, severe swelling of the face or gums, severe toothaches, and many more.

More information can be found at https://www.dentistdowntownseattle.com/emergency-dentist

Most people with crooked teeth often end up hiding their smile, due to the fear of embarrassment. However, crooked teeth can also cause a variety of dental issues such as gum disease or tooth decay that develop and progress with time, requiring intense dental treatment.

A cracked or chipped tooth is also generally a result of trauma to the teeth such as a sports injury or even severe tooth decay. Still, when it comes to addressing dental emergencies, time is usually a very important factor in the outcome.

At Dentist Downtown Seattle, the dental understand that an accident or injury can cause a cracked or chipped tooth at any time. This is why the clinic has emergency dental appointments available in case of such injury or trauma.

Dentist Downtown Seattle is committed to providing world class dental services, with special emphasis on patient comfort and satisfaction. The clinic offers crowns and bridges, root canals, extractions, dentures, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics, implants, and more.

With the recent announcement, Dentist Downtown Seattle strives to assist patients and their family members in achieving long term general and oral health.

A satisfied client said: “Love them! They are all very customer service oriented. From the front desk staff to the dental team, they all make you feel like you’re their top priority. I recently had a poor experience at another practice, which led me here. I’m so happy that I found them! They are fair and honest in their recommendations, too. I’d recommend them to anyone.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-206-207-0200.

Contact Info:
Name: Heather Campbell
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dentist Downtown Seattle
Address: 2045 Westlake Ave, Seattle, Washington 98121, United States
Phone: +1-206-207-0200
Website: https://www.dentistdowntownseattle.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88899257

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