4608 Dogwood Drive, Suite A
Everett, WA 98203

Why Should You Choose Crow Family Dentistry?

  • You’ll love our “no rush” approach – No one feels hurried
  • We’ll explain your treatment beforehand so you’ll know what to expect
  • No shot laser dental treatments
  • Family appointments
  • Same day emergency appointments
  • Affordable Financing
  • Oral sedation, nitrous oxide, headphones, blankets and pillows for your comfort
  • All local insurances accepted and filed

General Dentistry

Services we provide include:
Restorative and Cosmetic Services

Preventive Dentistry Services


  • Treatment estimating
  • Insurance billing
  • Insurance estimates and pre-determinations
  • Appointment reminder postcards and phone calls
  • Advanced scheduling of re-care appointments

Services we provide include:

Restorative and Cosmetic Services

  • Porcelain Veneers – Perhaps the most dramatic breakthrough in cosmetic dentistry is the creation of porcelain veneers. Veneers are thin shaped porcelain laminates that when bonded to your teeth can be used to close spaces, lighten color, correct contours, and even improve alignment. Veneers can achieve instant orthodontics. With great at-home care veneers can last a lifetime. Porcelain veneers have given many of our patients the smile they’ve always dreamed of.
  • Cosmetic Recontouring – Whether your front teeth have suffered nicks or chips over time or you were never happy with the shape of them, their appearance can often be easily and comfortably improved. Reshaping teeth is painless and can usually be accomplished without getting numb (Novocain).
  • Porcelain/Metal Crowns – Porcelain/metal crowns are both durable and attractive. This is most often the treatment of choice when it is necessary to restore badly broken-down teeth to their former strength and beauty.
  • Bridges – Missing teeth can be replaced to restore chewing function, to prevent teeth from drifting and to give you back the smile you desire. A variety of materials and techniques can be used to replace missing teeth with bridges.
  • Tooth colored fillings – natural looking tooth colored fillings can be placed in front and back teeth. This ceramic filled resin material is hardened in your tooth by a high intensity light. These mercury-free filling bonds to the tooth surfaces and give the tooth back some structural strength.
  • Teeth Whitening / Deep Bleaching
  • Root Canal Therapy (Endodontic) – Why is a “root canal” needed? Extensive decay, trauma to a tooth, fracture, or gum disease can kill the nerve inside of a tooth. However, your teeth can be saved using modern “root canal” therapy, also called Endodontic. The prefix “endo- ” means “inside ” and the word ending “-dontics” means ” teeth”, so Endodontic has to do with treating the “inside of teeth”.
    The inside of a tooth is like the inside of a candy tootsie pop. Inside every tooth’s crown there is a hollow area that extends into each of the tooth roots. The hollow area in the root is called a “canal”. Each “root canal” is cleaned out, widened, and filled during “root canal” therapy.
  • Non-surgical Laser Periodontal (gum disease) Therapy
  • Removable Partial and Denture Services – We offer a full range of denture services including new dentures, repairs and relines.
  • Dental Implants – Implants can be used to replace missing teeth. An artificial metal root is surgically place in the bone. These fixtures can then be restored with a crown, fixed, bridge or a removable bridge.
  • Simple and Complex Extractions – Most teeth, including wisdom teeth can be comfortably removed by any of our dentists using local anesthetic and nitrous oxide sedation .These procedures are usually too quick and easy to warrant the risk of general anesthesia.
  • TMJ treatment (jaw joint or muscle pain) – Pain in your jaw when you chew food, when you open wide or when you sleep in certain positions are symptoms commonly reported when suffering from Temperomandibular Joint Disorders. Headaches, ear pain or popping noises are other common symptoms.
    Our doctors have successfully managed and conservatively treated numerous patients with these symptoms and other related symptoms.
  • Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation – Anxious or fearful patients can often benefit from nitrous oxide gas or other antianxiety medications to make their dental experience more comfortable. However, we begin overcoming your fears and anxieties by putting you totally in control of your dental visit by discussing with you how you can have a comfortable, positive dental experience.
  • Emergency dental care

Preventive Dentistry Services

  • Dental Cleaning (prophylaxis) – in the absence of gum disease, most individuals should see a dentist or dental hygienist every 6 months to have the tartar deposits removed from their teeth. In combination with regular brushing and flossing at home, tartar removal will help prevent gum disease.
  • Oral health examinations – Every patient should be examined by a dentist regularly. We look carefully at your gums, jaw joint, teeth, and muscles. Besides looking for dental decay and gum disease, your dentist will screen for oral cancer and other oral signs of medical diseases.
    Frequent examinations helps identify early cavities and disease and will help reduce costly dental treatment such as root canals and crowns. Early treatment can help prevent pain and abscesses.

  • Dental X-rays – X-rays help detect dental decay in areas in between teeth where they most commonly occur. Without dental x-rays these areas of decay and other diseases of the surrounding tissues can go undetected. A failure to diagnose and treat these conditions before symptoms occur can threaten your oral and general health. An annual partial set of x-rays (4 -7 films) helps screen for bone loss, decay, infections in the bone, cysts and other bone diseases.
    Due to technological advances, dental x-rays require much less radiation than years ago. The effective dose of radiation that you receive from a complete set of dental x-rays (21 films) is 13 mrem. This is equivalent to about 19 days of exposure to naturally-occurring environmental radiation. For purposes of comparison it is useful to know that, according to federal and most state regulations, persons whose occupations involve some exposure to radiation are permitted to receive up to 5,000 mrem of whole body radiation per year. A full set of x-rays is usually recommended about every five years.
  • Sealants – Sealants are a simple procedure in which a tooth-colored resin coating is painted onto the biting surface of the tooth. They are highly effective in sealing the deep grooves where decay is most likely to start. Sealants can stay bonded for three to seven years. It is an excellent way to minimize the risk of cavities in the grooves of teeth where a tooth brush cannot reach.
  • Fluoride for adults – It is well documented that fluoride helps strengthen enamel and makes teeth less likely to decay. A lesser known benefit of some fluoride types is its antibacterial properties which are beneficial in treating gum disease. Patients with recent or chronic decay activity can benefit from a fluoride mega dose at your hygiene visit. For some patients a prescription dose fluoride may also be recommended for daily home use.
  • Fluoride for children – Regular mega dose fluoride treatments are provided routinely to prevent decay in your children’s baby and adult teeth. Up until about age 12, the enamel on your child’s teeth is developing. It is during the early years of tooth development which can make a big difference on how strong, and decay-resistant their adult teeth will be. Thus it is important that fluoride be part of a child’s diet. Fluoride from their toothpaste that they spit out is not a source that helps adult tooth development in the jaw bone because it is not swallowed.
    Your drinking water is usually a primary source of fluoride; however we have tested the amount of fluoride in many local communities including the cities of Everett, Lynwood and Marysville. The results show that there is less fluoride than is recommended by the American Dental Association. Thus, most children locally should have fluoride supplements (tablets) prescribed by your dentist. A water analysis of the fluoride at your home will determine the amount of supplements your child should have.

  • Desensitizing Varnishes – Hot and cold sensitive teeth often occurs when root surfaces become exposed. Gum recession and teeth grinding are common causes of sensitive teeth. A simple, pain free procedure can eliminate most sensitivity.
  • Dental Emergencies – If you have a dental emergency and need to see an Everett dentist, Crow Family Dentistry is committed to assisting anyone experiencing dental pain. There is nothing worse than being up all night with a toothache and not being able to see a dentist immediately! Because of this, we will fit new or established dental emergency patients into our schedule.

    If you have a dental emergency and would like to see a dentist, call us and let our receptionist know that YOU ARE IN PAIN and have a dental emergency. Our Everett dentists have put together some important information for you about several dental emergency topics. We have also included some dental links to further assist you in understanding and handling your dental pain.

    Toothache Pain: Dental pain is nature’s way of telling you that there’s a problem. You should see a dentist immediately because you might have a dental infection. If a dental infection is left untreated it may result in facial swelling and the need for the dentist to place you in a hospital. If it is after normal business hours consider calling your dentist. If you are an established patient, pain reducing and antibiotic medications can be called into a pharmacy for you until you can get in to the dental office to see the dentist.

    Lost, Broken or Chipped Fillings and Teeth: If you’re not experiencing dental pain there’s usually less of an immediate need to see a dentist right away. However, the problem with your filling may be due to an underlying painless cavity in your tooth. Delay in seeing a dentist may result in the decay growing, eventual tooth pain and potentially more costly dental treatment.

    A Knocked Out Tooth: In this case you must go to a dentist or local emergency room immediately with the tooth that came out. Hold the tooth in your cheek or place it in a glass of milk until you can get to a dentist in Everett. In many cases the dentist can place your tooth back into its socket. However, you must see the dentist immediately to better the chances of this procedure working.

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