Acid made by bacteria dissolves the hard tissue of your tooth, making it soft and sticky…a cavity! But acid made by bacteria isn’t the only acid that is bad for your teeth.
Acid in foods makes your teeth more susceptible to tooth wear.
When you eat citrus, pop, vinegar, or other acidic foods, be sure to rinse your mouth out with water, or better yet, water with a teaspoon of baking soda before you eat abrasive foods or brush your teeth. It may sound odd, but the polishing agents in your toothpaste may be contributing to your tooth wear. Especially when used after acidic food intake. So, beware!
Please feel free to contact us by e-mail with your questions and concerns. We'll be glad to call at a time convenient to you to give you the information you need or to set up an appointment.
Or give us a call at: 360.221.6373
We are located in Camano Center in Langley, located across from the Middle School.
Driving Directions & Public Transportation to Saratoga Dental
From Highway 525 turn onto Langley Road at the stoplight at Ken’s Korner (right turn if you're coming from the south, left if you’re coming from the north). As the road enters Langley, it becomes Camano Avenue. We’re at 742 Camano Ave, in the Camano Center (park in back), across the street from school district offices and Langley Middle School.
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Island Tranist has two services that stop close to our office;
# 7: Clinton - Langley - Bayview - Freeland - Bayview - Langley - Clinton
The schedule for #7 can be found at: http://www.islandtransit.org/RT%207.htm
# 8: Clinton - Scatchet Head - Langley - Bayview - Langley - Scatchet Head - Clinton
The schedule for #8 can be found at: http://www.islandtransit.org/RT%208.htm
Washington Sate Ferries run approximately every 1/2 hour from Mukilteo to Clinton.
Schedules can be found at:http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/schedules/current/index.cfm
Getting to Whidbey Island:
From Seattle, take I-5 north to the Mukilteo Ferry Exit (#l89) (a 30 minute drive). Then travel Hwy. 525 to the Mukilteo ferry terminal and take a 20-minute ferry ride to Clinton, the southern-most community on Whidbey. Boats leave every 30 minutes for the 20 minute crossing.
From SeaTac Airport:
Whidbey SeaTac Shuttle
For Reservations: Call 360-679-4003 (Local) or 877-679-4003 (Toll-free)
From Bellingham, take Hwy 20 across the Deception Pass Bridge to 525 South.
From the Olympic or Kitsap peninsulas, take a 30-minute ferry ride from Port Townsend to Keystone, which is just 4 miles south of Coupeville. Head South on Highway 525 to reach Langley.
The Whidbey Island Chamber of Commerce: lodging, dining and recreation info.
The South Whidbey Parks & Recreation District:
The Goss Lake Woods Trail System: