Your comfort and well-being are our highest priority

Dr. Richard Stickney and our entire team take great care to make your appointment as comfortable as possible. We have created a relaxing and anxiety-free environment to help you feel at ease during your visits with us.

Dr. Stickney takes a biological, natural and holistic approach to dentistry with a view to whole-person health & wellness. Our treatments are the safest and minimally-invasive options possible. Contact us today at Seattle Dental Care so that we can give you the personal attention that you deserve from the premiere Holistic Dentist in Seattle, WA.

We use the Waterlase MD Turbo, the best laser in the world to treat gums, soft tissue problems, and effectively treat cavities

Laser Dentistry

We use biocompatible materials and advanced techniques to reduce your exposure to mercury vapor and other chemicals.

Natural & Holistic Dentistry

Seattle's Premiere Biological, Natural & Holistic Dentist

Dr. Stickney has over 30 years of professional experience as a Holistic Dentist in Seattle and has trained with some of the world’s most prominent holistic dental specialists. Patients often travel quite a distance to seek his care and expertise in biological and holistic dentistry.

He is extremely passionate about his life’s work and is committed to the holistic dental health and well-being of each of his patients. By blending technology, knowledge, and wisdom, he and his team are able to offer you extraordinary natural dental care.

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  • Gentle Wave Technology +

    We love being able to keep our valued patients up to date on the latest technology and treatment that may enhance their care.  The following information is regarding Gentle Wave Technology and how it may benefit you.

    In our practice one of our goals is to help our patients acquire the best care and still preserve as much of their natural teeth as possible. By having regular preventative care and the use of our advanced technologies many of our patients have been able to maintain a healthy smile. Occasionally, a patient may experience a problematic tooth that could be due to developing extensive decay, trauma, or an abscess that affects the nerve of the tooth and our patient may have to make a decision to determine the best approach for them to treat the tooth.



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  • New Faces! +

    Have you visited our office or called in recently? You may have noticed a couple of new faces at our front desk. We are happy to introduce Alyce and Ivette!  They are a fabulous new addition to our team and will be helping our patients coordinate appointments, treatment planning and so much more.
    Learn more about them by visiting their bios on our Meet the Team Page https://www.seattledentalcare.com/meet-the-team/.
    We look forward to seeing you soon and hope you are having a wonderful spring!

    Be Well



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  • Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! +

    Hello everyone. It’s Annika, Rick’s hygienist. I wanted a turn at posting in our blog so here you go!

    I didn’t use to floss. I was, like many others, satisfied with the clean feeling I got after brushing my teeth. When I would go for my 6 month cleaning and checkup, the hygienist would tell me to floss every day and I would think: “If I eat ribs or corn, sure lady! But every day? I don’t need to do that.” So I would merrily go my way and not give flossing a second thought unless I felt that I had food between my teeth.



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  • Dental Photography +

    One important tool we use in our office is intra-oral photography.  As one of our patients you may have experienced this on your first visit with us or at an exam appointment when something has changed in your mouth like a broken filling.  Or you may have just noticed our camera on the operatory counter.  Being able to take dental images provides so many benefits to our wonderful patients.

    These detailed photographs show our patients the oral conditions that we can see when we are looking in their mouth.  Our patients have a better understanding regarding their teeth when they can see what we are seeing.  This becomes a great teaching aid for us when explaining what can be done to improve your overall smile and dental health.  Also being able to store these images for future reference allows us to follow the progression of a current problem or recognize when there have been changes. Patients can then see these progressions visually with us and can be involved in planning any care.



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