Month: May 2016

Seattle dental patients is it Snoring or Sleep Apnea? Did you know, about 90 million Americans suffer from snoring activity during sleep. While half of these people are “simple snorer’s” or primary snorers, the other half may have a serious sleep disorder called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Sleep apnea or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is […]

Do you suffer from Acid Reflux or GERD? When visiting our Seattle dental practice at LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry we often see erosive effects of acid on teeth during oral examinations . After careful questioning and through the process of elimination, it’s concluded chronic exposure to refluxed acid has damaged the teeth. More often these patients report […]

Page Ahead Children’s Literacy Program is the leading provider of children’s books and literacy services in Washington State. A child who is not reading proficiently at the end of third grade is FOUR times more likely to drop-out of school before graduating than one who is.  Page Ahead works to break down barriers to achievement […]

Our team at LeCuyer & Amato Dentistry participated in Sleep Train Foster Kids Pajama Bowl at Acme Bowl in Tukwila on April 24th. Sleep Train’s 11th annual Pajama Bowl was a striking success raising nearly $169,000 to help local foster kids! There were hundreds of pajama-clad bowlers filling up bowling allies in Oregon & Washington. The LeCuyer […]

In the last 20 years studies show that a high percentage of young people have signs of dental erosion. The prevalence of erosive tooth wear is still increasing, especially in the younger age groups! Dr. Amanda Guerrero discusses how your favorite beverages may be effecting your teeth in this weeks blog. What exactly makes a drink […]