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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  • Proper Tongue Posture +

     

    The impact of good sitting and standing posture is familiar to most of us, but good tongue posture may not be as familiar. Why is proper tongue posture important? You may have heard that the tongue is a strong muscle, but it is actually made up of eight separate muscles. The tongue’s multiple muscle attachments impact our mouths, sinuses, noses, heads, necks, and shoulders. It is no surprise that improper tongue positioning can lead to problems with all of those areas, headaches, long face syndrome, vision problems, and sleep apnea- to mention a few. 



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  • Sunsets and Dental in Seattle +
    These are just a couple shots of our recent sunsets here at the office.  It is always so beautiful. If you ever have an evening appointment with us you could be surprised with this view. We are quickly approaching the end of this year and reflecting on how much we appreciate our patients. We are continuing in doing our utmost to provide excellent care in a safe and caring environment during this year of change for everyone. If we can be of any help to you please call our office at 206.728.1330. Be Well!


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  • Incorrect Media Coverage of Updated COVID Proclamation +

    Some of our patients may have seen recent news coverage indicating that non-urgent dental care in Washington will be suspended starting December 3. We want to inform you that these reports are incorrect. Non-urgent dental care in Washington is not being suspended.

    Your safety is our foremost concern. We want to reassure you that we are following guidelines from the American Dental Association (ADA), CDC, and Washington State Department of Health to keep our patients and team healthy and safe, and that these guidelines are working. To date, according to the CDC, there has been no documented transmission of COVID-19 in a clinical dental setting.



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  • Dental Unit Water Lines and Gold Stars +

    Dental unit water lines pose a unique problem in the dental industry. Splatter from patient’s mouths can contaminate waterlines and, if not properly maintained, can lead to cross contamination, illness, and in rare cases, death. In April 2016, 20 dental patients in Georgia had to be hospitalized due to infection from contaminated dental unit water used during treatment.

    There is currently no mandatory water line testing required in the United States for dental offices. The dental offices themselves are relied upon to take the proper measures to protect their patients. In-office tests can be ordered and performed easily, however results are not required to be shared with any regulatory board or posted in office.



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