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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 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:

What to Do to Clean Your Mouth After Eating Sweets

Posted on 9/21/2020 by Dynamic Dental Office
Many people have what we call a sweet tooth. They require sweets; it is their weakness. The problem with eating sweets is it is not good for you or your teeth. They rot your teeth, and if you do not clean your teeth properly, it can cause cavities. How To Clean Your Teeth After Eating Sweets Suppose you cannot stop that craving and have to eat sweets, then drinking water after will help keep your mouth clean. Chewing gum is another way to clean the mouth as it produces saliva. The gum will also help to reduce the number of cavity-causing bacteria. Make sure the gum you chew is sugar-free. Despite what you May have heard, you should not brush your teeth immediately after eating sweets. Eating sugar weakens the tooth enamel, so you should allow about an hour before brushing to avoid damage. If possible, you can try to change over to some healthier snacks like fresh fruit or raw vegetables every once in a while. What Do Sweets Do to Your Teeth? Eating sweets will cause plaque to build upon the teeth, which can lead to cavities. A cavity is a tiny hole in the tooth that is permanent. Cavities need to be treated as they can cause an abscess that is painful and dangerous. Cavities are treated by removing the decay and then filling the gap left. In some cases, the tooth will have to be removed altogether. We know that we cannot stop people from eating sweets and do not want to stop them. We always take our patients' best care and ensure that they receive the top quality of customer service. Just stop by our office to set up an appointment with one of our highly qualified dentists. We take care of each patient as an individual and cater to their needs and lifestyle....

All Posts:

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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