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Cathy Luchini

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Unlocking Truths: Common Misconceptions About Kids’ Dentistry

Are you curious about what goes on behind the scenes of your child's dental care? Dr. CathyThis link leads to Dr. Cathy's page and the ...
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Creating a Positive Dental Experience For Your Child

According to the American Dental Hygienist Association (ADHA)This link opens a new tab to the ADHA website, between 50 and 80 percent of American adults ...

Laser Frenectomy: A Minimally Invasive Way for Treating a Lip- or Tongue-Tie

A tongue- or lip-tie can cause your child to struggle to latch on properly for feeding. You may notice clicking noises when they feed, and ...

Understanding Tongue-Tie in Adults

You’ve probably heard someone say they’re tongue-tied when they can’t speak because they're shy, embarrassed, or can't get the words out right. However, if you ...
Young boy in cap, smiling

Mouth Ulcers in Children – Tips to Treat and Prevent Painful Sores

Do you or your child suffer from canker sores or mouth ulcers? These painful sores can make it difficult to eat and speak. They are ...

How Do Sealants Work?

There is a reason that in America today pediatric dentists perform more than twice as many sealants as general dentists and hygienists combined.  In order ...

Demineralization – say what?!?

I was driving down the road the other day a flipped down my visor to take a look at my brows to see if they ...

sensory play … and toothpaste

Sensory play includes any activity that stimulates your young child's senses: touch, smell, taste, movement, balance, sight and hearing. Sensory activities facilitate exploration and naturally encourage children to ...

8 things to do to protect your teeth … young or old

8 things to do to protect your teeth ... young or old 1. Avoid drinking soda pop as part of your daily routine. 2. Visit ...

Mommy – My throat hurts!

Mommy – My throat hurts! When you hear this statement, as a parent, you should ask yourself some questions. How long has my child been ...



Our address & contact details


Postal Address

506 East Hastings Rd.
Suite B
Spokane WA 99218

Phone & Email

Phone: 509.252.4746
Fax: 509.789.1640

Business Hours

M-W 7:00am - 3:30pm
Thurs 7:00AM - 1:00pm
Fri: By Appointment Only - Surgery Days
Sat & Sun: CLOSED

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