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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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Restorative Dentistry

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Our restorative dentist in Kent has been able to provide the most reliable dental treatments for the community of Kent, WA and surrounding areas. At Seablue Dental, we design beautiful smiles to look natural and last for a long time.

Our dentist offers a wide range of restorative & cosmetic dental treatments such as bridges, crowns, veneers, dentures, teeth whitening, and much more! We want you to feel confident, so our mission is to give you a beautiful smile that you’ll be proud of.

Seablue Dental in Kent has helped thousands of people. Our dentists have many years of experience using only the best treatments and techniques to help patients to feel great about how they look.

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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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