Temporary Office Closure for Non Emergency Care

Covid-19 Dental Care Update

To Our Wonderful Patients,

You may have questions about how we’re handling dental care, appointments and issues involving the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Due to the recent state mandate by Governor Inslee, our office will be available to our patients for emergency care between now and May 18th until recommendations are updated.

Emergency Dental Care – If you are experiencing pain, swelling, infection, a fractured tooth or crown, a temporary crown that is fractured or a lost, or a broken denture, we are available to address this.

Should you require emergency dental care, our office will have staff available to answer your emails and phone calls during the following business hours Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM . For dental emergencies, please call us at (425) 957-4700 or contact us online!

Existing Appointments & Dental Care Questions – If you currently have an appointment scheduled during our closure, your appointment will be postponed and you will be receiving a text or call from us to reschedule your treatment as soon as possible. Thank you in advance for your flexibility and understanding during this difficult time, as the situation will likely continue to change.

Per this mandate, our office will not be available for non-essential dental care, such as teeth cleanings, teeth whitening, fillings, or other dental work when no infection is present. Should you have questions about your dental treatment plan, or other questions that are non-emergency related, please reach out to us. You may call our office or contact us online. Our office staff will be checking phone and e-mail messages and will address your requests.

As always, our priority is to protect your dental health and your overall well-being. We are honored to be able to care for your dental needs.

We hope that this period of time will give us a chance to allow the virus to level out, reduce the strain on our medical providers, and allow life to return to normal as soon as possible. In the meantime, we wish you good health and happiness, and very much look forward to seeing you in the very near future. — Dr. Bill Gilbert & Staff