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We’re Proud to Announce Dr. Katz is Seattle Met’s ‘Top Dentist’ for 2021 and 2022!
We’re so proud of Dr. Katz for being named Seattle Met’s Top Dentist for 2021 and 2022! Along with being an Invisalign top 1% Diamond provider. This recognition confirms what we’ve known all along – Dr. Katz is the best of the best.
Congratulations to Dr. Katz for winning Seattle Met’s ‘Top Dentist’ Award for 2021!
Each year, Seattle Met assembles a list of the best dental practitioners in the Seattle metropolitan area. Winners are chosen by a survey of their peers that asks the question, “If you had a patient in need of a dentist, which dentist would you refer them to?”
AMAZING!!! Dr. Katz and her staff are all rock stars! They made or experience easy, fast and best of all, fun Our assistant Naomi reassured and relaxed my daughter throughout the entire process! So glad we were referred here!
I love these orthodontics! They are all so kind! The moment you walk in they greet you with a smile and make you feel very welcomed! I recommend this place 100%! They also guide you through the whole process of getting braces or even if it’s just a check up!
Before coming here, I was very anxious about this whole process, however after I met the doctor and had our first consult, I was at ease. The staff is super friendly, the doctor is amazing, answered all of my questions, and made my son feel comfortable with this experience. The financial consultant is very knowledgeable and helped me figure out the best way to pay for this. I definitely recommend this place if you want your kids to have the best experience for getting braces.
A First Class and Family Friendly Experience
Our Purpose and our passion at Silver Lake Orthodontics is to give every patient the highest quality Orthodontic care in a safe and fun environment. We want all our patients to feel at home and to trust that they will always have a first-class and family friendly experience.
Life With Braces
We like helping our patients and their families understand everything there is to know about their orthodontic problems and how their lives will change during this specialized care. You’ll be glad to know you can enjoy a complimentary consultation so we can address your concerns and keep you informed. During your treatment, you should keep in mind plenty of things. Read below to learn more about proper dental hygiene and how to take care of your orthodontic appliance.
What is Orthodontics?
Orthodontics in Everett is a dentistry specialty that addresses the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of mal-positioned teeth, jaws, and misaligned bite patterns.
What Do Orthodontists Do?
An Everett orthodontist is a special kind of dentist that corrects misaligned teeth for an optimal smile and bite. In other words, orthodontists are responsible for helping patients achieve their best smiles.
Why Should I Get Orthodontic Treatment?
Orthodontic treatment helps ensure the proper function of teeth and create healthy smiles. A good bite makes it easier for you to bite, chew and speak.
What’s The Ideal Age For Orthodontic Treatment?
Experts suggest that the best age for an orthodontic assessment is 8 to 10 years; during that time, a child usually has a combination of baby teeth and mature teeth. However, any age is the right age to work towards a healthy smile.
How Much Does Orthodontic Treatment Cost?
The total cost of your Everett orthodontics treatment will vary depending on many different factors, such as your individual dental issues to be treated.
Do Orthodontic Appliances Cause Pain?
Orthodontic treatment in Everett with appliances does not cause pain. However, you will feel some pressure and slight discomfort when you first get your devices placed on your teeth.
How Often Will I Come in For an Appointment?
If you’re wearing traditional braces, you’ll most likely have to see the orthodontist every four to eight weeks. Your orthodontist will determine if your teeth are progressing correctly during your appointment.
How Long Does Orthodontic Treatment Last?
Some treatments may take a few months, while others may take several years. On average, typical treatment takes between 12 and 36 months. Treatment time varies widely from patient to patient.