Family Dentist

Affordable and Just One Visit!

Our priority is and always has been our patients. We commit ourselves to provide our patients, their children, and their children’s children the best possible dental care in a comfortable, professional setting.

So what exactly does a family dentist do?
The Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of Overall Oral Care.

That sounds like a lot of work, and it is. Consider family dentistry the base level of your oral health. Gum care, oral hygiene, fillings, x-rays, and preventative education form healthy habits that contribute to overall well-being and fewer dental issues.

Dental Exams & Cleanings

Routine exams and teeth cleanings are essential to preventative care. By preventing tooth decay, bone loss, oral cancer, and periodontal disease – our patients are healthier, more confident, and are more likely to avoid costly procedures.


Teeth Cleaning

Professional teeth cleanings are among our most popular services. Everyone loves that refreshing sensation they get after having their teeth cleaned and polished.

Professional cleanings serve a more important purpose than merely reinvigorating your smile. They are essential to maintaining your smile because they remove the plaque and calculus that cause tooth decay.

In addition to preventing cavities, professional teeth cleanings prevent bacteria from spreading to the part of the tooth that lies beneath the gum.

Cleaning Teeth Below the Gum Line

Half of Americans over the age of 30 have some form of periodontal disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This statistic rises to 70 percent for people over the age of 60.

Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. In addition to eroding the enamel on teeth and causing tooth decay, bacteria also can attack the ligaments, tissue, and bone that support the teeth and roots beneath the gums. Gum disease can cause the gum tissue to pull away from the tooth, creating pockets of bacteria around the tooth.

Bad Breath

If you have bad breath, you’re not alone. Halitosis, the medical term for bad breath, affects 25 percent of the U.S. population.

While bad breath can be caused by eating foods heavily spiced with garlic, onions and other pungent ingredients, bad breath is most often related to germs in your mouth. When bacteria causes dental decay, the damaged cells release an odor.

Professional teeth cleanings and gum treatment can help resolved bad-breath issues. Proper at-home dental care, including brushing and flossing your teeth after meals and rinsing with mouthwash, also will help keep bad breath under control.

Oral Cancer Screening

On your first visit to our office, we will screen you for oral cancer. This quick, painless test that allows the dentist to detect signs of oral cancer that are not visible to the naked eye.

Oral cancer often has no symptoms in its early stages, which makes it particularly dangerous. By the time symptoms, such as a lump, are visible, the disease is frequently in an advanced stage and has spread to other parts of the mouth. The death rate for oral cancer is higher than more commonly known cancers including cervical cancer, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, testicular cancer, and thyroid cancer.

We recommend everyone over the age of 18 gets screened.

Teeth Grinding & Night Guards

Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a common condition that affects up to 40 million Americans. If it’s severe enough, it can wear down the enamel of your teeth.

Teeth grinding is often caused by stress but can also be the result of crooked teeth or a “bad bite.” Our dentist can fit you with a mouth guard, or night guard, to protect your teeth while you sleep.

600 University Street Suite 828 Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 682-3093

Our goal is to provide the best preventive and diagnostic care for our patients as well as a full spectrum of advanced dental products and procedures. We pride ourselves on the quality of our staff and facilities, as well as the technical advances we employ.

Additional Location

Seattle Family Dentists

Dr. Ben and Dr. Selina - Seattle Dentists

What does family dentistry in Seattle cost?

Heading to the dentist and reinforcing great oral health is a family affair! Call our Seattle family dental practice or submit your information online for a free consultation and cost estimate. We can provide you insurance benefits information.

Additionally, we’ve partnered with Care Credit to provide our patients with a six-month no-interest, family dental financing plan in Seattle.

Be sure to ask our office for more details!

Angela M.Google Review

Everyone at Cornerstone is professional, friendly and overall excellent! I’m glad I was referred to them by another happy patient!

Angela N.Google Review

Best front desk for sure! Everyone was friendly and helpful plus my cleaning wasn’t painful at all. Great dentist and all co-workers. I never write reviews, but they deserve a shout out!

Paula F.Google Review

Your search for a perfect dental team is over! Cornerstone Dental's husband-wife team practice cutting-edge technology served with a smile! The happy and outgoing support staff are a reflection of a successful dental practice.

Austin S.Google Review

WOW. If you're in reading this and in the market for a dentist, look no further. Walking into the doors, you can expect to be greeted personally and welcomed warmly. Then, once you're in the chair, the attention they give you is WELL above par.

George L.Google Review

Great dental care. Dr. Ben is so good. He took extra time to discuss my dental options. He went over all of my questions. I highly recommend this office. Thank you for your help, Dr. Ben!!!