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NEW SAFETY MEASURES



•  Our waiting room is closed to help ensure patients maintain a safe social distance. Please call or text Marlee at 360-734-2822 when you arrive. We will take patients directly back to treatment rooms to ensure safe physical distancing.
•  As always, treatment rooms and equipment are disinfected before and after every patient. Instruments are cleaned, then sterilized with steam.
•  We are conducting paperless pre-visit screenings for all patients with upcoming appointments.
•  Our staff are up-to-speed on COVID-19 symptoms and utilize recommended Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
•  We will meet you outside where your temperature will be taken prior to being brought into the building. If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or other COVID-19 symptom your appointment will be rescheduled.
•  Only patients, or patients plus one critical caregiver, are allowed into an appointment.
•  Please wear a mask to your appointment, and leave it on until you are in the treatment room. If you don't have a mask, we will provide one.
•  We have implemented digital tools for check-in as well as contactless payment methods to reduce germ spread via clipboards, pens, and money.
•  We've added time between appointments to allow for sanitizing and to keep patients apart from one another to avoid high volume or density.
•  Any patients or staff who were diagnosed with COVID-19 must have an all-clear notification from their physician before entering our facility.
•  We ask that all patients use the hand sanitizer provided at the front door upon entering. It will also be available in other areas of the office.


As always, our main concern is the safety and well-being of our patients and staff. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at any time.
Dental Crowns
A dental crown is a tooth shaped "cap" that is places over a prepared tooth to replace missing or decayed portions of the tooth. When cemented into place, a crown will cover the entire prepared portion of the tooth.

Crowns may be needed to cover a severely decayed or broken tooth, to hold together a cracked tooth, to support a tooth with a large filling when there is not a lot of natural tooth structure left, to cover a tooth that is misshapen or severely discolored, or to cover an implant.

Permanent crowns can be made from gold, porcelain fused to metal, or all ceramic. The location of the tooth, the force of bite and the size of the tooth all are factors that determine what material is best in each situation.

How Is A Dental Crown Placed?

A crown usually takes two visits to the office. In the initial visit the tooth will be prepared and an impression will be taken to send the laboratory that will make the permanent crown. A temporary crown usually made from resin or stainless steel will be cemented in place at this visit. During the second visit, the temporary crown will be removed and the permanent crown will be tried onto the tooth. Any adjustments that are needed will be done and the crown will be permanently cemented in place.
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Evergreen Dentistry
Dr. Laura Howrey
610 Dupont Street, Suite 129
Bellingham, WA 98225
P: (360) 734-2822
F: (360) 734-5739
evergreendentistry@hotmail.com



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Closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm


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