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Summer Newsletter with updated office Protocols

Happy Summer! What a fabulous summer it has been compared to last year. Not only have we had beautiful weather, but we are experiencing life outside of isolation again. With the lifting of Covid...

Heartfelt letter from Terrie

Terrie is retiring from Opalesque Dentistry after 32 years. She wrote a letter for all the patients she has taken care of over the years and wants all to know how much she will miss her relationships she developed.

Terrie is Retiring!

A Bright New Future The celebration of the New Year brings hope and optimism from the challenges of last year. We wish you all the very best for a bright New Year! In the...

Opalesque Fall Newsletter

Round 2 for Phase 2 in Pierce County: How does this affect dental offices? New Restrictions Don’t Limit Dental Care  WSDA has received direct confirmation from the Governor’s Office that the restrictions announced today...

"Installing" Safety at Opalesque

“What are the criteria”  from Governor Inslee’s statement on May 18th that dental professionals and practices must satisfy? The criteria are: Contingency care phase - “all appropriate clinical care, so long as there is...

Reopening of Opalesque

Reopening of Opalesque

Governor Inslee realizes that dental professionals must make the best clinical decision for dental treatment while weighing in the risks of Covid-19 infection. How is Opalesque Dentistry defining risk? Based on the CDC...

Shelter-in-Cooking

Shelter-in-Cooking

Dr. Wada and Team Opalesque’s suggestions that keep us moving forward in these times of social distancing and sheltering in. Here are some recipes to try from Natasha, Terrie, and Heather.   Natasha's favorite recipe: Brussel Sprouts...

Beyond Borders: Guatemala 2018

Beyond Borders: Guatemala 2018

Day 1: Community  Dr. Keiko Wada is back in Peronia, Guatemala for her fifth consecutive year to help the impoverished suburb of Guatemala city by providing expert dental care with a nominal fee for the residents. Here to also...

Guatemala 2017: Clinical Days

Guatemala 2017: Clinical Days

On day one, dentist, Dr. Keiko Wada and her dental assistant, Ashley Florek, were greeted by the clinical director, Dr. Stephanie Lambour and the clinic’s full time dentist, Dr. Rodiguez They were greeted with a warm welcome back and a dental chair to work from for the rest of the week!

Branching Out For Global Dentistry

Branching Out For Global Dentistry

Dr. Keiko Wada was honored to give back through dedicated, sophisticated dentistry offered abroad. A remote dental clinic of Guatemala had five operatories packed with patients visiting throughout the day. Accompanied by her dental assistant Jeni and her dental hygienist Terrie, Dr. Wada treated approximately 35 patients, ranging in age from 5 to 60 years old, in a course of four days and provided necessary dental works we often take for granted in the U.S.

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