Absolutely! Furthermore, we feel confident that you will be so impressed with our level of care and service during your first visit, you will schedule subsequent visits to our office.
Glacier Peak Dentistry is different from most dental offices that you may have been to in the past. We strive to make what we know can be a stressful process go as smoothly and painlessly as possible for our patients, new or established.
Online, we have convenient new patient forms that you can fill out at your convenience prior to your visit. This helps make check-in quick and enables our team check your insurance benefits and answer any questions you may have about costs or procedures.
Contact Glacier Peak Dentistry today to schedule your first appointment with us! From the moment you arrive for your appointment, we will do our best to make sure you have the most enjoyable dental visit you have ever experienced.
At Glacier Peak Dentistry, we will submit all insurance claims for you. We will attempt to help you receive full insurance benefits. Utilizing the preventative care benefits available through almost all insurance plans can be the best way to reduce your dental costs and prevent larger oral health issues.
We understand that not all families have dental insurance and even those that do may have some out-of-pocket expenses. To ensure that our patients can still get the dental care they need when they have limited insurance coverage or no coverage at all, we have other financial payment options here at Glacier Peak Dentistry. For our patients without dental insurance, we have an affordable Dental Savers Plan to cover exams and cleanings while discounting many other needed treatments.
We do not want your oral health to be ignored due to financial concerns. Our team at Glacier Peak Dentistry can help you find financial solutions to get the dental care you need for your family. Contact our office today to find out if we accept your insurance or to learn more about our other financial payment options.
Buy toothbrushes with soft bristles. Medium and firm ones can damage teeth and gums. Use soft pressure, for 2 minutes, two times a day.
Both powered and manual toothbrushes clean teeth well. Manual brushes with mixed bristle heights or angled bristles clean better than those with all flat, even bristles. Powered toothbrushes may be easier if you have trouble using your hands.
Set a reminder to replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months. Toss it sooner if the bristles look bent or splayed out. Bent bristles don’t clean as well. (They’re also a sign you may be brushing too hard.)
Most toothpastes will clear away bacteria growth and acids from food and drinks. Toothpastes with the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance always have fluoride, which strengthens and protects teeth. If you want a non-fluoride option, stores carry toothpastes and powders made with natural ingredients that don’t have ADA testing and approval.