To ensure every patient's safety, we have made very careful changes to our infection control procedures that may seem excessive. I want to ensure that coming into our office will be just as safe as entering your own home, if not safer. This includes protocols of installing medical grade HEPA-13 air filters, hospital grade disinfectants, sterilization protocols, and continued screening of every staff member.
New Patients are always welcome and we look forward to serving you.
Address: Drs. Ausink and Mahoutchi 2345 SW320th St. Federal Way, WA 98023
Office Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M - W 7:00am - 2:00pm Th Fridays: Answering phones from 9am - 12pm; By appointments only Saturdays: By appointment only Past 5pm hours are available by appointment Phone: 253-838-6200 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Drs. Ausink and Mahoutchi, Dentists, Federal Way, Washington.
Oral piercings give you the opportunity to express yourself in a unique way. However, they also have the opportunity to cause damage to your teeth. The more your oral piercing moves around in your mouth, the more chances there are for the piercing to hit your teeth. This can just tap your tooth and only cause a little moment of pain, or it can become a much bigger problem.
Oral piercings often cause cracks and chips to teeth when they come in contact. It may be difficult to tell if any damage was done to the teeth until the pain starts, especially if your piercing is on your tongue. This puts the damage to your teeth on the inside of your teeth, making it hard for you to see it. While some people may not experience tooth damage, it is important to know the potential risks if you are considering an oral piercing or currently have one.