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Contact Info


  • 101 W. Cascade Way, Suite 202
    The Cascade Building
    Spokane, WA 99208
  • 509-466-9638


  • 2807 S. Stone, Suite 101,
    Stone Ridge Professional Building
    Spokane WA, 99223

  • 509-536-5360

Emergency 24/7

509-466-9638 OR 509-536-5360

Open Monday thru Friday at 7am – 5 pm. Call for an appointment.
We do offer limited special appointment times.

North Office Building

101 W. Cascade Way, Suite 202
The Cascade Building
Spokane, WA 99208

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South Office Building

2807 S. Stone, Suite 101
Stone Ridge Professional Building
Spokane WA, 99223

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Frequently asked questions

Click To See Insurance Companies That We Are In Network With2019-11-14T17:20:10+00:00

United Concordia
Dental CoPay Select
SunLife (Assurant)

Dental Health Alliance
Dental Choice
Dental Select
Dental Value
Heritage Signature
Lifewise Assurance Co.

Heritage Prime
Heritage Signature
Individual Signature
LifeWise Health Plan of WA Preferred
LifeWise Primary

Do You Offer Payment Plans?2019-11-14T17:22:32+00:00

We offer interest free payment plans for up to 12 months in most cases through CareCredit. Call our office to find out more.

I have dentures. Is it necessary for me to still see my dentist?2019-11-14T17:19:53+00:00

Visits to the dentist include more than just “checking teeth.” While patients who wear dentures no longer have to worry about dental decay, they may have concerns with ill fitting appliances or mouth sores to name a few. Annual visits to the dentist (or sooner if soreness is present) is recommended. During these visits, an oral cancer screening and head and neck exam will be performed as well as an evaluation of the fit or need for replacement of the existing appliances. Regular visits can help you to avoid more complicated problems down the road.

Why does the dentist take X-rays?2019-11-14T17:20:40+00:00

Many diseases of the teeth and surrounding tissues cannot be seen when the dentist examines the mouth. An X-ray examination may reveal:
* small areas of decay between the teeth or below existing restorations (fillings)
* infections in the bone
* periodontal (gum) disease
* abscesses or cysts
* developmental abnormalities
* some types of tumors

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