Month: March 2016

Our Seattle dental team at LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry has offered Invisalign since 2005;  we have completed over 300 cases and are Premier Preferred Providers.  In the past 10 years it is the most fun and practice changing procedure that we perform. Not often do patients enjoy coming to the dentist, however they enjoy their Invisalign appointments. Invisalign has allowed Drs. LeCuyer, […]

Are you suffering from bad breath or halitosis? Talk to your Seattle Dentist… Did you know more than 80 million people suffer from chronic halitosis, or bad breath. Visit your Seattle dentist at LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry to learn more about combating bad breath. In most cases it originates from the gums and tongue. The odor is […]

We are excited to announce our schedule is Now Online! Schedule your next dental hygiene visit with your favorite Seattle dental hygienist at LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry. Life just got a little easier! You can access our schedule in real-time –anytime, anywhere. 24/7 access from any device, anywhere you are, whenever you want, so you […]

Do you have one or more missing teeth? You’re not alone and dental implants could be a good option. According to the American Dental Association, the average adult between the ages of 20 and 64 has decayed or missing teeth. If the gap left by your missing teeth is out of sight, you may think […]

LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry: Favorite Foods for Healthy Teeth   You probably realize the foods you choose have an impact on your waistline, heart health, and overall well-being, but did you know your diet can also affect your oral health?   In honor of National Nutrition Month, LeCuyer, Amato, Guerrero and the entire Seattle dental team […]

If you don’t have a good oral hygiene regimen that includes brushing and flossing, you will likely get dental cavities and have to spend some extra time with the dentist. What you may not know is why those cavities are forming in your mouth. Since the average patient is often surprised to learn the details, […]

Marijuana has been legalized in Washington State which opens the discussion with your Seattle dentists about marijuana use and oral health implications. Marijuana use won’t have as dramatic, serious effects on your teeth as a drug like methamphetamines, but it can still mean bad news for your oral health. Similar to smoking tobacco, regular marijuana smoking can cause gum disease […]