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Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry 

Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry 

Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry 

Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry 

Pediatric Dentist Woodinville WA

What is Airway Dentistry?

At our dental practice, we specialize in Airway Dentistry, a cutting-edge service designed to address and improve airway-related issues. Our dedicated team of dental professionals understands the crucial connection between oral health and proper breathing. We take a comprehensive approach to assessing and treating airway conditions, helping patients achieve optimal overall health and well-being.

Using advanced diagnostic techniques, we evaluate airway obstruction, snoring, and sleep-related breathing disorders. Our expert dentists work closely with patients to develop personalized treatment plans that may include oral appliances, functional therapy, or other appropriate interventions. By improving the airway, we aim to enhance breathing function, promote quality sleep, and improve overall vitality and quality of life.

Don’t let airway issues go unnoticed or untreated. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover how our Airway Dentistry services can help you breathe easier and live healthier.

Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry

Visit Us For Kid-Friendly Dentistry- Function First for Smiles that Last

We’ll give your child a smile they feel confident in and give you peace of mind about their oral health. Dr. Susan and our team love our young patients, and our goal is to help each one enjoy their best smile. Our comfortable, gentle treatment sets kids at ease so they’ll enjoy their visits.

We invite you to bring your child in soon to take advantage of our $99 New Patient Special. Plus, second opinions are always free! Call your new pediatric dentist in Kirkland today at 425-814-3196 to schedule an appointment. You can also schedule online.

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We Offer a Variety of Dental Solutions

Pediatric Dentistry

You can feel confident about our children’s dental care because that’s all we do. We’ll provide a comfortable and pleasant experience for your child at every visit.

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Airway Centered Dentistry

Our integrative airway-centered approach seeks to identify and treat the root cause of issues rather than just treating symptoms alone.

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Tongue and Lip Ties

Thank you for your interest in our tongue and lip tie frenectomy laser services. We are grateful to assist you and your baby or child to achieve improved oral function.

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Teeth Straightening Treatment

In-Office Sedation

We make every effort to make your child’s visit as comfortable and stress-free as possible. We do N2O- nitrous oxide and offer general anesthesia for a quality experience.

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Your Pediatric Dentist in Kirkland, WA

Dr. Susan received her dental degree in 2000 from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine. Combining her two passions, children and dentistry, she continued her training in a pediatric dentistry postdoctoral program at Columbia. In addition to providing the best customized dental care for your child, Dr. Susan is on a mission to help her patients breathe better and sleep better so that they can achieve their optimal growth potential. Dr. Susan is a certified provider for Vivos and HealthyStart, programs that help children address sleep disordered breathing, snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea in a non-invasive, non-surgical approach. She is also certified with Light Scalpel, a CO2 laser used to release tongue and lip ties on babies through adults.

Her four teen boys keep her busy cooking in her free time, but she likes to sneak out onto the golf course if she can or find some peaceful moments in yoga.

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    Evergreen Dentistry FAQs

    Pediatric dentistry is a specialized branch of dentistry devoted to the oral health of children from birth through adolescence. It focuses on preventative care, educating children and parents about proper dental habits, maintaining healthy teeth and gums, and treating cavities and other conditions that affect the development of your child's mouth.

    Teeth grinding (or bruxism) is a condition characterized by clenching, gnashing, or grinding of teeth—often without the person’s knowledge. It can happen while sleeping or during the day and it affects millions of people around the world. The potential causes range from stress to jaw misalignment, to even trying to harden one's teeth against certain foods.

    If you suspect you might be grinding your teeth at night, the best way to confirm this is through a visit to your dentist. They will be able to diagnose whether tooth wear like flat spots on your enamel are from bruxism versus attrition due to natural wear-and-tear over time and can recommend how best to proceed with treatment if they find any signs of grinding activity.

    The difference between pediatric dentistry and general dentistry lies in the audience for whom each practice is designed. General dentists provide dental care to patients of all ages, from children to adults. They attend to a range of needs, including preventive care, restorative care such as fillings or root canals, and cosmetic treatments like bleaching or veneers.

    Pediatric Dentistry is specialized for children up until they reach adolescence, typically around 14-18 years of age depending on the particular patient's biological development.

    Big thank you to Premier Smiles for sharing this answer with us!

    Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses specifically on restoring patients’ smiles and dental health. It includes many different procedures, including fillings and crowns, root canals, bridge replacements, implants, implant supported prosthetics like dentures or bridges, and even orthodontics!

    Finding an emergency child dentist can be a stressful situation, especially when you are not familiar with the process. Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take to ensure you find the best possible emergency child dentist for your needs.

    First and foremost, it is important to contact your regular dentist if they provide services for children in an emergency situation. Your regular dental care provider may be able to help refer you to a good pediatric specialist who knows how to handle difficult cases with young children. They may even have resources or contacts that could assist in finding the right dentist for your specific needs. Additionally, make sure that their office is open 24/7 so they will be available whenever an unexpected dental problem arises and requires immediate attention.

    Secondly, look into local hospitals or nearby urgent care facilities as these places often host specialized dentists available on-site in case of injury or any unexpected events related to pediatric oral health problems. Make sure that any doctor working at such hospitals has all the required qualifications and memberships needed by law in order to practice within their specialty area – this ensures that they meet professional standards required by regulatory bodies within your country's jurisdiction of healthcare practitioners operating within certain boundaries set out by them regarding patient treatment practices overall safety and legal compliance laws, etc.