Roosevelt Dental Center is glad to provide family and cosmetic dentistry in Mount Vernon and Anacortes, Washington. Let us give you a healthy, natural looking smile to last a lifetime. Visit our Smiles Gallery and Services page.

Contact Details

  City Anacortes, WA
  Zip Code 98221
  Address 1220 22nd Str # Center
  Phone Number (360) 293-5311

From Our Website

Practicing good oral hygiene means maintaining your smile by visiting the dentist regularly and taking care of your teeth and gums between checkups. Our practice wants to make sure that you get the most out of your office visits, and that your teeth stay healthy for life! We'll work with you to provide complete dental care, and show you how to maintain your smile at home with the right dental products for you and your family. Visiting the dentist every six months gives you the chance to talk with your doctor and receive answers for any questions you may have about your oral health.

Your smile is one of your most important features. Dentistry is continually evolving, and with a variety of advanced treatment options, achieving a beautiful, healthy, aesthetic smile is made easy for patients of all ages. If you've answered yes to any of these questions, cosmetic dentistry may be the answer you've been looking for! Let us help you achieve your smile goals! Cosmetic dentistry is an extension of general dental care; it is both an art and science. By providing cosmetic dental care, your dentist is able to offer smile enhancement, restoration, and maintenance treatments for optimal dental health.

At Roosevelt Dental Center of Skagit County, we do more than work on teeth; we care about the person who owns the smile. We will take time to learn who you are and what you want from your dental experience, and we're always respectful of your unique concerns and desires. Dr. Amanda Rentschler and our team are experienced, dedicated professionals. We are skilled, resourceful, and compassionate, and we treat every patient as we would a family member. For us, dentistry is how we serve our community: improving each person's oral and overall health along with their quality of life.

Dentistry is all about smiles and having a confident, healthy, beautiful smile is important even for patients wearing dentures. Our practice provides personalized denture services that meet the needs and comfort levels of our patients. All of our patients are unique and we create one-of-a-kind dentures that feel good and look natural. Dentures are not for everyone. If you're interested in learning more about dentures and want to know if they are the right choice for you, please schedule an appointment.

Sometimes brushing is not enough, especially when it comes to those hard-to-reach spots in your mouth. It is difficult for your toothbrush to get in between the small cracks and grooves on your teeth. If left alone, those tiny areas can develop tooth decay. Sealants give your teeth extra protection against decay and help prevent cavities. Dental sealants are plastic resins that bond and harden in the deep grooves on your tooth's surface. When a tooth is sealed, the tiny grooves become smooth and are less likely to harbor plaque.

We understand your need to receive treatment in a practice that makes you feel comfortable, safe, and welcome. Please feel free to schedule an appointment or stop by for a complete tour of our practice. You will get to meet our team, walk through our office and treatment areas, and learn more about the treatments we provide.

Most common dental filling materials include ceramic and resin compounds that mimic the appearance of natural teeth. These compounds, often called composite resins, can be used throughout the mouth and provide an esthetic, strong, and functional solution to restoring tooth decay or fractures. An additional restorative material we ulitize at times is glass ionomer. This material is also resin-based and tooth-colored, but has fluoride within it as well. Glass ionomers are less sensitive to moisture contamination during placement and thus are useful in situations where deep decay is present or access is very limited.

There are times when it is necessary to remove a tooth. Sometimes a baby tooth has misshapen or long roots that prevent it from falling out as it should, and the tooth must be removed to make way for the permanent tooth to erupt. At other times, a tooth may be deteriorated to a point that it puts the surrounding teeth and jaw at risk, so your doctor may recommend removal and replacement with a bridge or implant. Infection, orthodontic correction, or problems with a wisdom tooth can also require removal of a tooth.