Dental Care for Adults

To help reduce risk of exposure we will be limiting most of our care to exams and other less complicated procedures. For clinic hours, please visit your clinic page here.

For the safety of our patients and staff, we’ve also created new workflows to help you feel safe when visiting our clinics:

Before Your Appointment
When making your appointment, you will be asked questions about your current health. We also ask that you limit the number of people you bring with you to your appointment, and that you bring a face mask to wear while waiting.

At Your Appointment
When you arrive, we will check your temperature and ask questions about your health again, to make sure nothing has changed. We have hand sanitizers for you to use if you need it.

We’ve added additional precautions such as masks, face shields, gowns and goggles to help protect both you and your dental care team.

After Your Appointment
Please call to let us know if you test positive for COVID during the two weeks (14 days) after your appointment.

Remember, regular dental visits are an essential part of your oral hygiene routine – and are important for your overall heath. Be sure to schedule your dental checkups and call us at (425) 789-3789 if you have any questions. We will do our best to make sure your visit is as safe as possible for everyone involved.

In order to live a fully healthy lifestyle, you need to pay attention to all areas of your body. Dental care for adults is extremely important in order to keep healthy teeth and gums. At Community Health Center of Snohomish, our goal is to help you maintain good dental health. We provide an array of oral and dental services using a combination of innovative techniques and cutting-edge technology. This results in reliable dental care services that range from simple consultations to oral disease treatment, root canals, cleaning, and much more.


The Importance of Adult Dental Care

It’s estimated that almost half of all American adults have some form of dental disease. Dental diseases may result in tender, swollen, and bleeding gums, loose teeth, bad breath, painful chewing, and assorted mouth infections – just to name a few symptoms.

You can prevent poor oral health throughout your adult life by adopting good dental hygiene practices. Moreover, having a balanced diet and exercising regularly can also have a positive impact on your dental well-being. To maintain your teeth and gums in good condition, always remember to:

  • Clean your teeth regularly
  • Wear protective mouth gear when playing sports
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Avoid acidic and sugary drinks
  • Attend medical checkups regularly


Dental Services

At Community Health Center of Snohomish, our dental care professionals provide a variety of services that help you maintain your gums and teeth in good condition. Besides removing plaque and preventing tartar, we can also treat a vast number of conditions that include infections and cavities.

We provide both emergency and preventive services to adults of all ages, and help clean the places of your mouth that are hard to reach with a toothbrush. Our services include:

  • Regular and emergency checkups
  • Extractions
  • Dental crowns
  • Limited root canal treatments
  • Fissure sealants


Locate a Reliable Dental Care Specialist

Taking the time to find a reliable dental care specialist can help you maintain high levels of dental health. At the same time, you can pick up tips on keeping your teeth and gums clean between appointments. If you brush regularly, use mouthwash, floss, and attend frequent checkups, your teeth will remain healthy and disease-free.

At Community Health Center of Snohomish, we offer a wide list of dental care services for adults. You can visit one of our multiple locations or contact us online today!


Dental Care for Children

Learn more about our Dental Care for Children here.

Making An Appointment

We provide ongoing, comprehensive dental care to children ages 0-19 years old. Please call the dental clinic nearest you to schedule an appointment.

Locations Where this Service Is Provided

Caring for Your Teeth

  • Oral exam and x-rays
  • Oral health education
  • Simple extractions
  • Walk-in dental consultation for urgent problems

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What if I have a dental emergency or need care after hours?

    For urgent dental care after hours and on weekends, patients of CHC should call their clinic location and explain their need. They will receive a call back from the provider on-call.
  • Can I use the CHC pharmacy for a prescription written by a CHC dentist?

    Yes. You may use the CHC pharmacy to fill a prescription written by any CHC provider.
  • Can I still receive dental care, even if I am not a CHC medical patient?

    Yes. While you do not need to be a patient at one of our medical clinics to receive dental care, good dental health is closely connected to good overall health. We encourage you to see both medical and dental providers on a regular basis.
  • Can I choose a CHC dentist to be my regular dentist or do you only take emergencies?

    We provide ongoing, comprehensive dental care to children ages 0-19 years old and adults who have Washington Apple Health or private dental insurance. Urgent dental care is provided to all CHC patients, even if you're uninsured. Uninsured patients may qualify for our discount program.