Dental Services in Vancouver, WA

Why is it important to take care of your mouth and tooth health?

Let me illustrate it like this. Imagine there is a central hub where many electrical connections converge, processed by a sophisticated machine. This machine becomes self-aware, capable of generating speech, ideas, and creative solutions. It requires fuel delivered through supply lines to function optimally. This machine is worth millions of dollars, and nearby is a supply depot that intakes raw materials to create the necessary fuel. Would you want any part of that depot to be in disrepair, infested, or moldy, especially so close to your multi-million-dollar machine? The logical step is to keep the supply depot as healthy as possible to protect the valuable machine.

This allegory represents our brain and mouth. Maintaining a healthy mouth is crucial for optimal brain function, as poor oral health can lead to conditions like diabetes, upper respiratory tract infections, Alzheimer's disease, and inflammatory diseases. Just as you would use premium fuel in a supercar, you want to provide the best nutrition for your brain. Good oral health ensures that your body receives the nutrients it needs, impacting your overall perception of life. A clean and healthy mouth is essential for a well-functioning brain and body.

Furthermore, the psychological impact of oral health is significant. Individuals without teeth often feel shy, withdrawn, and hesitant to make social connections due to concerns about others' perceptions. Taking care of your teeth and mouth allows you to live longer, enjoy a higher quality of life, and engage in social interactions without reservations. This is why we work diligently to ensure our patients can smile confidently.

What is a normal dental checkup?

A normal dental checkup is similar to a car checkup. Just as mechanics check the engine, tires, and overall condition of a car, we examine your teeth and gums to identify any potential issues. Regular six-month checkups help us catch and address problems early, preventing them from becoming major issues. This routine is a key to maintaining healthy teeth throughout your life.

What are the different classifications of dental services?

Dental services are classified into two main categories: preventative and restorative. Preventative services include x-rays, cleanings, and fluoride treatments, which help maintain long-term oral health. Restorative services are needed to repair or restore teeth that have issues, such as fillings, crowns, or implants. These services ensure your teeth and mouth are in optimal working order.

What are routine dental treatments?

Routine dental treatments are regular procedures to maintain oral health, such as fillings. These treatments are part of ongoing dental care to keep your mouth healthy.

What are cosmetic dental services?

Cosmetic dental services focus on the appearance of your teeth and smile. This often involves the front upper teeth. We design your smile with temporary adjustments to see the final look, and if you approve, we proceed with veneers, crowns, or orthodontic treatments to achieve the desired aesthetic result.

What are restorative dental procedures?

Restorative dental procedures repair and restore damaged teeth. This includes fillings, crowns, bridges, and implants. These procedures ensure your mouth is fully functional and healthy.

How will my dentist ensure that I do not experience pain during dental treatment?

We ensure our patients do not experience pain by making sure they are completely numb before beginning any procedure. We test the area for numbness and, if necessary, administer additional numbing medication. We only proceed with treatment once we are confident the patient is comfortable and pain-free.

What options are available to ensure that I can afford dental services?

We strive to make our prices and treatments affordable for everyone. We also offer treatment plans broken down into manageable portions to make dental care more accessible to all patients.

What is the best way to schedule a dental appointment?

If you'd like to see one of the doctors here at Pacific Park Family Dental, give us a text or call at 360-726-6107.

Pacific Park Family Dental Is a Full-Service Dental Practice

At Pacific Park Family Dental, we are here to provide top-quality dental care for you and your family. If you are in the Vancouver area and are looking for a caring dental team to keep you in good oral health, we are nearby and ready to help.

Dental Cleaning

A 6 month cleaning appointment will tackle hard to clean areas as well as give you a snapshot of your oral health.

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Dental Scaling

Commonly known as deep cleaning, scaling will remove calculus from root surfaces. Within a short time after treatment gums will firm up and return to a natural pink color.

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A front bridge will replace a missing tooth while augmenting the adjacent teeth. The end result yields uniform esthetics and design for your smile.

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A world of new possibilities for your smile.

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A denture prosthesis is one of many ways to replace multiple teeth in an arch with great outcomes.

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Partial Dentures

A partial denture prosthesis is an elegant and easy way to replace multiple teeth in and arch with great outcomes.

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Snap On Dentures

Adding implants to a denture boosts the functionality of a denture many times over while giving you new confidence in your prosthesis.

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Fixed Dentures

Fixing a denture to implants is the ultimate level of stability. There is zero mobility in the prosthesis while rivaling the functionality and esthetics of natural teeth.

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This is the most common way we can make broken teeth whole again. However there is more detail to this procedure than what meets the eye.

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An implant provides great stability for future restorations while being independent of neighboring teeth.

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Implant Supported Bridge

An implant bridge in the esthetic zone of the mouth allows secure function while providing the necessary esthetics to improve your comfort and confidence.

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Implant Supported Crowns

An implant crown, especially in the smile region of the mouth, will preserve existing tissues while providing a functional tooth that does not depend on the strength of its neighbors.

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Provides esthetic contour and color corrections, as well as a new surface to a tooth.

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A brighter smile and with a new level of confidence.

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Smile Analysis

This is a way to discover the potential beauty of your smile without too much upfront commitment.

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Bone Graft

For certain implant placement situations it may be necessary to graft the missing volume of bone back in order to support the implant fixture.

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Root Canal

Damage to the tooth nerve can lead to extremely painful consequences, however a root canal procedure can help get you out of pain quickly.

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We now offer a sedation option that allows even the most anxious patients to undergo treatment.

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Surgical Scaling

This procedure helps to remove calculus from hard to reach areas that are inaccessible to a typical deep cleaning.

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Tooth Extraction

Sometimes removing the tooth is the best pathway to a healthy mouth. We aim to make this process as easy and gentle as possible.

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