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At Dynamic Dental Care We are Here for You and Your Family in these Challenging Times!

We have always put our patients and team’s health and safety first and will continue to do so! During the shelter in place our team has been busy reinforcing what we have always done to keep our patients safe and secure as well as implement additional steps so that we could re-open with confidence! Our vision is to keep our patients informed and supported every step of the way. We want you to know:
•  That we have renovated our office, and now each treatment room is closed off and isolated, each room featuring state of the art HEPA filters. Please visit our office tour page to take a virtual tour and view our office gallery.
•  That we are paying close attention to the evolving CDC guidelines and will continue to make our practice safe for all those we are honored to serve.
•  Our team has worked diligently to make sure that all social distancing requirements are in place, so that every patient can come back to care with confidence.
•  Your dental health is important and impacts your overall health and we are committed to supporting each and every one of you as we return to full services beyond emergency care.
•  Our hygienists have streamlined their protocols, so that patients can return to their continuing care intervals, which are key in maintaining health and well-being.

We will continue to post updates, as well as tips to keep you healthy during these unprecedented times on Instagram and Facebook

We invite you to join the conversation!

Dental Blog

Dr. Huish has provided this educational blog as a resource to our patients and the community. Our Hope at Dynamic Dental Care is that this blog will cover subjects that you and your family may be interested in.

Like a particular topic? contact us today!!

Latest Posts:

Could You Benefit From A Fluoride Treatment?

Posted on 11/9/2020 by Dynamic Dental Office
The great thing about fluoride treatments is that they are simple and inexpensive to perform yet can save you from having to undergo much more complex and costly dental treatments in the future. That is to say fluoride treatments are preventative medicine. What Does Fluoride Do? Acids from plaque that can form on teeth, causing the loss of minerals from the tooth enamel (a process known as demineralization). The production of these acids is boosted by the consumption of sugar. Demineralization leads to tooth decay and the forming of microscopic cavities which will grow over time. A process known as remineralization automatically occurs whereby tiny enamel crystals grow to fill in the cavities. The incorporation of fluoride into this process speeds up the growth of these crystals and also promotes the formation of harder enamel which is more resistant to decay. Fluoride can be consumed both topically and systemically. “Topically” is where the fluoride is applied directly to the tooth, for instance, by toothpaste. “Systemically” is where the fluoride is consumed through food or drink, especially the fluoride added to the water supply. What Exactly Are Fluoride Treatments? Fluoride is applied directly to the teeth in the form of a solution, gel, foam or varnish. The fluoride may be applied with a cotton swab or a brush or the fluoride could be placed in a tray that is held in the mouth for a few minutes. The fluoride preparation used will be much stronger than that contained in toothpaste or fluoride mouth rinses. The whole process only takes a few minutes and will need to be carried out every three, six, or twelve months. Some people will benefit from fluoride treatments more than others depending upon how prone their teeth are to cavity formation. Come in to see us to discuss the best method of fluoride treatments for you and how it can keep your teeth cavity free....

All Posts:

Could You Benefit From A Fluoride Treatment?
Keeping Your Toothbrush Moist Between Uses Exposes You to Dangers
Crowns Can Cover Many Dental Issues
What to Do to Clean Your Mouth After Eating Sweets
Chipped Teeth Can Be Fixed
Damages That Dry Mouth Can Do to Your Teeth and Your Gums
Why Are Soft Toothbrushes So Important?
What Do Our Suction Tools Help Do?
Does Your Oral Health Change if You Go on a Diet?
Remedies You Can Try Today for Gum Inflammation
Cheese Can Keep Your Teeth at a Lower Risk of Cavities
Calcified Tooth and How to Treat It
Would Consuming Fewer Sugary Beverages Save Your Teeth?
:Types of Cavities and How to Treat Them
Ways We Locate Cavities
Make an Appointment to See Us After the Baby is Born
It Really Is Possible to Keep Your Teeth for a Full Lifetime
Could an Adult Get Better Oral Health from Getting Sealants?
Damage That Your Gums Endure When You Eat Acidic Foods

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Dynamic Dental Care

10010 N Division St, Spokane, WA 99218


(509) 466-2587



Monday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday: By Appointment


10010 N Division St, Spokane, WA 99218

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