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.

Oral health is integral to your overall health. We look forward to safely welcoming you to our office.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Dr. Richard Stickney DDS PS & Staff


  1. Jake Johnson

    Boy, especially early on, seemed as though outlets were so eager to break the news that making sure it was wholly accurate was almost an afterthought.

    Hope you & your beautiful family, staff & patients are well, Doc.
    If there is anyone I would trust to exceed protocols & ensure the absolute safety of all of your patients & staff, while still providing the finest care in your field, it would be you.

    Take care & be safe Rick,
    ~*~ Jake Johnson

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