CHC Dental Care: Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

  • June 13, 2014
  • News

Healthy teeth are important, and having your teeth cleaned regularly is important in keeping those pearly whites shining! At Community Health Center of Snohomish, we believe that integrating medical and dental health is the best way to keep the body healthy as a whole. So, we’ve designed our health center to provide both medical and dental care.

Who Do We Accept for Dental Care?

We provide ongoing, comprehensive dental care to both adults and children. We accept Washington Apple Health, some private dental insurance, and a discount program for uninsured patients.

You do not have to be a patient at one of our medical clinics to receive our dental care. We do recommend that you see both medical and dental providers regularly.

What Dental Services Can We Provide?

We are able to provide a full range of dental care for our patients, whether routine cleanings, fillings, or extractions. For any major procedures, or when a dental situation requires more specialized care, we provide referrals to nearby, trusted specialists, or provide other community resources.

Our services include:

  • Cleanings
  • Dental X-rays
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Sealants
  • Fillings
  • Extractions
  • Space maintainers
  • Care for urgent or emergency dental problems

Children and adults will find knowledgeable and friendly staff that are willing to be patient with those that suffer from nervousness regarding dental care. Our experience and the relationships that we create with our patient base help adults and children, feel safe and comfortable during dental procedures.

What to bring on your first visit?

When you come in on your first visit, we request that you bring your dental insurance card, this may be your ProviderOne card; proof of income, like your pay stub or tax return; and current photo ID.

We are excited to become a part of your health care and dental team. If you are overdue for a cleaning, or are experiencing oral discomfort, please contact the office closest to you and request an appointment. Remember, preventive dental care can keep more serious dental problems from arising. Let’s work together to keep your teeth healthy.