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Fountain of Tooth: How to Keep Your Smile Young and Fresh
Oct 01, 2023
Access Dental, an Olympia dentist, focuses on preventative care.
The Care Credit Chronicles: A Tale of Financial Freedom and Exquisite Teeth
Jul 01, 2023
CareCredit frees you from the burden of paying expensive fees in a lump sum so you can enjoy your new exquisite smile in peace. Want to learn more?
Dental Crown Treatment at Access Dental
Jun 01, 2023
Why settle for having a plain tooth when you can rock a dental crown and be a royal highness of your mouth? Let's go over the dental crown treatment and if it's the right fit for you!
It's time for a dentist visit
May 01, 2023
Ah, the dentist. The place we all love to hate. But did you know that going to the dentist for regular cleanings is crucial for your oral health? Let's learn more.
Teeth Whitening Treatment
Apr 01, 2023
So you’re thinking of getting tooth whitening? Here is what you need to know.
Why is flossing important?
Mar 01, 2023
Dr. Kim or Dr. Sarah at Access Dental want the best for your smile, which means brushing and flossing every day. We’re going over why brushing isn’t enough to keep a healthy smile.
What is the difference between Implants, Veneers, and Dental Crowns?
Feb 09, 2023
These 3 treatments are dental treatments that design and implement artificial but realistic and functional teeth replacements. The question remains, what's the difference between Implants, Veneers, and Crown Implants?
What Are Mouth Germs?
Jun 16, 2022
What are mouth germs? Germs may be responsible for most infections and diseases, but did you know that countless germs live in healthy people, too? In fact, there could be more of these tiny microbes in your mouth at this very moment...
All About Aggregatibacter Actinomycetemcomitans
Apr 08, 2022
Of the thousands of bacteria living in your mouth at any given time, some are helpful, and others can be harmful. One type of bacteria known to inhabit the human mouth is Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans (AA) also known as "tooth killer."
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