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10315 19th Ave SE, Ste 110, Everett, WA 98208
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We always welcome new patients. We understand how intimidating visiting a dentist for the first time can be.

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We Welcome New Patients

For over 24 years, All Family Dental Care has provided comprehensive dentistry to families in the Everett, Mill Creek, and Snohomish, WA communities. Our dental practice is built on a high degree of integrity and honesty. Dr. Colleen Tracy, Dr. Ronald Tracy, and our team get to know who our patients are and what they need. Then, together we work out an individual patient treatment plan. We develop personal relationships with our patients because we believe in treating people for a lifetime.

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Client Reviews

“I have taken my kids there for years and they love going to the dentist! Great experience and really great doctor. Dr. Tracy is kind and makes the kids feel safe. I highly recommend.” Angie D

“I have been Dr Tracy’s patient since 1997. My experience during all these visits has been wonderful. The office is welcoming. The staff are gentle and understanding. That’s why I keep on coming back all these years.” Steve M

“Choosing Dr. Tracy’s dental clinic was the best decision I have ever made. This was the most pleasant dental visit I have ever experienced! Thanks Dr. Tracy and staff for making my visit such a pleasure and for giving me back my smile!” Sophie M

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Same Day Crowns

Same Day Crowns

Here at All Family Dental Care, we are proud to offer CEREC one visit procedures!

CEREC stands for Charismatic Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. The exciting part of getting CEREC crowns is that it only takes one visit. Instead of getting a temporary fix or crown (which can be painful) as you wait for your implants to be made, you can leave the dentist with a much better smile!

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Invisalign® Info

Invisalign® Info

Here at All Family Dental Care, we are proud to offer Invisalign.

Invisalign is a wonderful alternative treatment to braces. You can straighten your teeth without putting metal in your mouth.

Instead, Invisalign uses plastic trays (also called aligners) to help move your teeth to where they need to be. Each aligner is custom made to fit your mouth perfectly so you won’t have rubbing or mouth irritation.

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Teet For Life

Teeth For Life

Here at All Family Dental Care, we are dedicated to the health of your teeth and mouth.

In order to keep your teeth for your entire life, you need to take care of them. Routine brushing and flossing, along with routine care from a dentist, are really important.

It is important to brush your teeth at least twice daily. Many people try to brush their teeth after every meal, when possible. Flossing every day is also important to remove any buildup that is stuck between your teeth. Rinsing with a good antibacterial mouthwash will help to keep bacteria (and infection) at bay.

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Emergency Dental Care

Emergency Dental Care

We are here for you at All Family Dental Care, especially during emergencies.

It is very important to be prepared in case you have an emergency. Even though we wish that they wouldn’t, emergencies happen. Being educated and knowing what to do in an emergency can be the difference between losing and saving a tooth. You also need to know your dentist’s phone number.

You need to contact us right away if you are having an emergency! If we are not open, go to the nearest emergency center.

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Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser Teeth Whitening

One of the most common desires patients have is whiter teeth. When considering your options it is important to consult your dentist to make sure you have all the facts and understand how they may affect your teeth and mouth.

Many people think the coloring of teeth is due to plaque or dirt. But a variety of factors can affect the color of your teeth including food, drink, tobacco, age, injury, and medications. Understanding what is causing the discoloration is important to properly whitening your teeth.

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