How You Can Prevent Periodontal Disease

Categories: Dental Tips, Dentistry
woman with a great smile

When you think about a healthy mouth, most of the time you think about how your teeth look. Are they straight? Is your smile bright? But oftentimes, it’s easy to forget the role the gums play. Even if you have great-looking teeth and you’re cavity-free, you are not immune to periodontal diseases. Pain is not […]

How to Leave a Facebook Review

You’ve just had another fabulous visit to your dentist. The team is always so friendly and genuinely caring. The dentist is gentle and puts you at your ease. And after every visit, you thank your lucky stars that you found such a wonderful dentist and team. Why not share your good fortune with others? There […]

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Categories: Dental

Having an x-ray is often a part of a visit to the dentist. In fact, dental x-rays are the only form of medical radiation received on a regular basis by many men, women, and children. But because x-rays involve exposure to radiation which can be harmful, some wonder, “Are dental x-rays safe?” Many ask: > […]

Common Dental Myths Debunked

Categories: Dental Tips

Today, we live in an age of information. It’s easier than ever to find advice and tips online concerning just about anything. But, is all that information reliable? Can you believe everything you read online? Especially when it comes to health concerns, it’s important to make sure any information we use to make decisions about […]

Options for Missing Teeth – Which is Right For You?

Categories: Dentistry

If you are dealing with missing teeth, you’ll understand the many problems they can cause. Eating certain foods is almost impossible, and you just don’t like the way you look when you smile. Photos are out of the question! Fortunately, there are many excellent options available for replacing missing teeth. But which is the right […]

Women’s History Month: 4 Women Who’ve Changed the Face of Dentistry

Categories: Dentistry

Did you know? Only 1.1% of dental students were female in 1968. That number dramatically increased to 47.7% in 2014. [SOURCE] Crisafulli Dental decided to celebrate Women’s History Month by sharing four women dentists who’ve changed the face of dentistry. You could say they are responsible for contributing to the above statistic (along with many […]

SKC Clinic – Compassion in Action

Categories: Community, Dentistry

Recently two of our dentists volunteered their time with the Seattle/King County Clinic to help the underserved and vulnerable populations in our local region. Who are the Seattle/King County Clinic? The Seattle/King County (SKC) Clinic brings together healthcare organizations, civic agencies, non-profits, private businesses and volunteers from across the State of Washington to produce a […]

4 Tips to Help Your Child LOVE the Dentist

Categories: Dental Tips, Dentistry

Experts recommend that children have their first dental visit by age one, or when their first tooth is visible. From there, children may need as many as 10 dental visits before kindergarten! Since February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, we’re focusing on how a positive, early introduction to the dentist will set your child […]