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Periodontal Disease file

  • Aug 14, 2014

More than 75 percent of Americans over 35 have some form of gum disease. In its earliest stage, your gums might swell and bleed easily. At its worst, you might lose your teeth. The bottom line? If you want to keep your teeth, you must take care of your gums. The mouth is a busy place, with millions of bacteria constantly on the move. While some bacteria are harmless, others can attack the teeth and gums. Harmful bacteria are contained in a colorless sticky film called plaque, the cause of ...
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Tips for Proper Dental Implant Care file

  • Aug 05, 2014

Good oral hygiene is critical in caring for your implant. It takes special effort to maximize plaque bacteria removal every day. This means that, along with regular dental visits, you need to brush properly, floss regularly, and clean the spaces between your teeth (called interdental spaces) with an interdental brush. Using an antibacterial toothpaste will help maximize plaque bacteria reduction by continuing to kill plaque bacteria after brushing.1 You have spent a lot of time and...
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7 Food that Whiten Your Teeth Naturally file

  • Jul 09, 2014

If your teeth need a little brightening, but you’d prefer to skip whitening treatments, you’re in luck. Here are 7 natural remedies for whiter teeth that you may already have in your kitchen. See also Teeth Whitening
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What did you think of our service? Write a Review for us! file

  • Jun 25, 2014

The highest compliment we can ever receive from you is a recommendation. We try our best to make your dental visit painless at all levels. If you think we did a good job for you, the greatest thing you can do for us is to write a review on Yelp, Google, or Facebook. We truly appreciate your time and thanks for being such a loyal patient! Click below to write your review!
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Teeth Grinding also known as Bruxism file

  • Jun 13, 2014

What Is It? Bruxism is clenching or grinding your teeth, often without being aware that your are doing it. In the United States, bruxism affects an estimated 30 to 40 million children and adults. Some people grind their teeth only during sleep; this condition is called "nocturnal bruxism" or "sleep-related bruxism." Others grind their teeth during the daytime as well, most often during situations that make them feel tense or anxious. People with severe bruxism can fracture dental filli...
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Dr. Brossel is fantastic! I have always avoided going to the dentist at all costs, but immediately upon walking into their office I felt comfortable and at ease. His staff are all very sweet and helpful too. If you are in the market for a new Dentist, I would absolutely recommend Dr. Brossel and his team!

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Dr. Brossel is quick ! staff super friendly and you get what you pay for. It is a lil pricey i would suggest having a dental plan / insurance before getting anything done to help with pay but the results are worth it.

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My experience with Dr. Brossel and his staff was amazing. I highly recommend him. I see why he keeps being voted the best dentist in Federal Way.

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Dr. Brossel and the hygienists have a high quality of patient care, and they always have a smile. The front office staff is great at scheduling and dealing with insurance issues.

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Most certainly the best dentist I have had yet! Kenneth Brossel and his staff are very professional, highly knowledgeable, thoroughly precise, and better yet work in a speedy organized fashion.

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have been going to Dr Brossel for almost 30 years, and the people are wonderful!

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