Downtown Seattle Emergency Dentist Urgent Dental Care Services Launched

Seattle dental practice Seattle’s Downtown Dentist announced a full range of emergency dental services for patients looking for immediate dental care for broken or chipped teeth, abscesses, severe toothaches, and many other issues.

Seattle, United States - July 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Seattle’s Downtown Dentist, a dental practice based in Downtown Seattle, launched an updated range of emergency dental services for patients looking for high-quality urgent dental care. The practice offers immediate assistance for a variety of dental issues, including severe toothaches, abscesses, dental trauma, accidents, broken or lost crowns, and various others.

More details can be found at https://www.seattlesdowntowndentist.com.

Dental emergencies can happen at the most unexpected times, from breaking a tooth while eating to an overnight abscess. Finding a reliable practice offering emergency dental services is essential to alleviate the pain and minimize the risk of potential complications.

Seattle’s Downtown Dentist offers complete emergency dental services for patients in Downtown Seattle and other areas.

Patients can contact the Seattle practice for any urgent dental issues, including abscesses and infections, tooth loss, chipped or broken teeth, broken or lost crowns, dental trauma and many others.

All services are provided by Dr. Trevor D. Kanack, a Doctor of Dental Surgery with a patient-centered approach and who uses the latest dental equipment to ensure high standards of safety, efficiency and comfort.

Emergency dental appointments are available Monday through Saturday at (206) 202-0111.

With the latest update, the Seattle dental practice continues to develop high-quality dental solutions adapted to the needs of modern patients.

A spokesperson for Seattle’s Downtown Dentist said: “Our patients are the soul of our practice. At Seattle’s Downtown Dentist we care for you as well as your teeth, and we make sure you receive the attention you deserve. Over the years we have come to realize that quality customer service depends on quality staff. At Seattle’s Downtown Dentist our staff are friendly, experienced and make a conscious effort to make you feel at home. We know dental problems can be stressful, and we treat you with the sensitivity and kindness you deserve.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Trevor Kanack
Email: Send Email
Organization: Seattle's Downtown Dentist
Address: 428 Westlake Ave N #103, Seattle, Washington 98109, United States
Phone: +1-206-202-0111
Website: https://www.seattlesdowntowndentist.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88899255

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