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Whether you want to learn about the condition of your teeth and gums or you need immediate treatment for a particular oral problem, our dentists at Seablue Dental of Kent can help.

23914 100th Ave SE, Ste 100, Kent, WA 98031


(253) 336-3000



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Dental Bonding

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Dental Bonding

Bonding is a conservative method of fixing mildly cracked, stained, or misaligned teeth. A white filling is applied to your teeth during dental bonding to enhance its appearance. The filling “bonds” with your tooth and closely resembles your real teeth thanks to its availability in a range of tooth-colored tones.

Silver amalgam can be replaced with tooth bonding for dental fillings. Bonded fillings are popular among patients since the white tint is significantly less obvious than silver. Depending on the location and severity of the tooth decay, bonded fillings may be utilized on either the front or the back teeth.

Bonding typically requires just one visit to our clinic and is less expensive than other cosmetic procedures. Bonding is less durable than other cosmetic procedures like porcelain veneers and is more prone to staining. Inform your physician if it does break or chip. In most cases, the bonding can be patched or repaired in a single visit.

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Seablue Dental Office FAQ

How often should I visit my dentist?
Everyone’s needs are different, so have a chat to your dentist about how often you need to have your teeth checked by them based on the condition of your mouth, teeth and gums. It’s recommended that children see their dentist at least once a year.
Why are regular dental assessments so important?
Regular checkups keep you updated with your oral health and help diagnose and timely treatment of any problems developing in your tooth or gums or oral tissues.
How do I know if my teeth are healthy?
You dentist will conduct an exam and x-rays at your dental visits and educate you about your oral health.
How do I book my appointment in case of an emergency?
Call us at 253-336-3000 or email us at info@seabluedental.com
How can I improve my oral hygiene?
Regular brushing and flossing after every meal should keep the food particles from depositing in crevices of your tooth and hence keeps the harmful bacteria causing the tooth decay in check.
Should I call 911 in case of a dental emergency?
If there is a medical emergency or life threatening condition, call 911 or go to nearest ER.
Is root canal an emergency
Sometimes. Contact us for a consultation.

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