Welcome to Division Street Dental
Whether you need general dental work, such as routine exams, cleanings, fillings, crowns, inlays, onlays, restorative work, non-surgical treatment for gum disease, and implants, or cosmetic services such as orthodontic treatment, bonded or porcelain veneers, or an entire smile makeover, Dr. Tin Le and Dr. Knute Fredrickson and the exceptionally trained team at Division Street Dental believe you should be treated with the respect and care you deserve. We do this by listening to your care desires and preferences, involving you in every aspect of your oral health and, most importantly, doing it right the first time by utilizing holistic and preventative treatment.
We Listen To You
In order to provide you with the best care possible, we actively listen to your questions and concerns, and treatment preference. This allows us to involve you in every step of your oral health care so we can determine together which treatment choices best fit your needs and desires.
Prevention is at the core of the Division Street Dental approach. As teeth problems get progressively worse, people find that along with increased discomfort, they also encounter loss of control of their schedule and finances to dental problems. The good news is that most painful and costly dental conditions are avoidable. You’ll likely find our dental exams to be more thorough than what you are accustomed to. This allows us to inform you of potential concerns and work together to prevent more significant damage and loss of control.
Never Compromise on Quality
We never, ever compromise on quality. When prevention or reversal of a dental problem are not options, we believe in doing things right the first time. Everyone at Division Street Dental takes extra steps to achieve long-lasting, highly functional, and exquisitely beautiful results. Whether providing restorative dental care, cosmetic dentistry, or an entire smile makeover, we use the most advanced, world-class technology and training available. In fact, Dr. Le completes significantly more continuing education credits than is required annually.