I recently moved to the area from North Seattle. I am looking for a dentist that is close by and has a good reputation. Any suggestions?
Hello: I was going to take your lead and pull together a compiled list of recommended neighborhood dentists from local email groups. But when I weeded out the dentists from First Hill, Greenlake, West Seattle, etc — all that remained were seven positive reviews of Seward Park Family Dental.
I just went to Seward Park Family Dental based on this thread and they were great. Didn't need major work (just a cleaning) but plan to make this my permanent dentist. Jennifer
Dr. Dean Anderson and Dr. Michael Bilikis (Lecshi) 200 Lake Washington Blvd Seattle, WA 98122
I have been going to Dr. Anderson since I have had teeth 25+ years and will continue to go to him until he retires which is soon, but Dr. Bilikis is taking over his practice. I saw Dr. Bilikis last month and was just as happy with his services.
Dr. Lin at Seward Park Dental is a very good dentist. He will not try to shmooze some work on you that you don't need. His hygienist is very well informed and not preachy.
We have been patients for 4 years. Highly recommend them. The office is very clean and modern as well. Right next to Four Paws Veterinary, who I also recommend.
I can suggest who not to go to. Carl Gross on Ferdinand near Jone's BBQ. My "cleaning" was actually a polish. They told me I needed to come back for a "scaling" that would be a more deep cleaning. The hygenist there is not a true hygenist. Took xrays and sent me on my way.
I actually go to Christine Kirschner in W Seattle, but good to know another rec in the neighborhood!
Seward Park Family Dental is expanding! They are making more room to accommodate more patients.
Kudos to Dr. Lin, Dolores and all the staff there. I love being just a few blocks away from very good dental care.
In my opinion, the easiest way to find a local dentist is FreeDentistFinder.com. It offers search by zip code and provides a list of dentists accordingly.
My dentist is not local (N. Gate) but is great and on board with modern dental practices. Dr. Paul Rubin.
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