Starting on Monday, May 4th our office will return to our normal schedule and start seeing patients for routine procedures and dental emergencies.
Our Dental Hygienists will return on Monday, May 18th for dental cleanings with specific guidelines. As a precaution we are seeing half the number of patients per day for dental cleanings and implementing new safety guidelines to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. As a result, appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing, if we need to reschedule your dental cleaning our staff will be in touch with you.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Ewa Beach, Hawaii dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
In the past, dentures were essentially the only option if you lost your teeth. Today, we have new technology and treatments that can replace a few teeth or all your teeth if necessary! Dental implants are a permanent solution that improves your smile and your oral health. Read our blog post for details!
Happy National Gum Disease Month! If you have healthy gums, now is the time to give yourself a pat on the back. However, if you’re on the path to gum disease, now’s the time to put on the brakes. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at gum disease and let you know what you can do to prevent it.
Dental implants look natural and realistic in addition to benefiting your health. Since the implant post fuses into your jawbone, it replaces the function of your natural tooth. This preserves your jawbone density. Read more about it in our Laulani Dental Care blog.
Read our blog to learn which cavity causing foods to watch out for but don’t forget to schedule your twice a year visit to our office for a general exam and professional cleaning. Preventing and identifying potential problems goes a long way toward maintaining good oral health.
Wisdom tooth extraction consists of removing the teeth known as your third set of molars. These are found at the very back of your mouth at the bottom and top. Read our blog post to learn when the removal of these teeth is necessary.
Most of us go to the dentist just for our usual cleanings and exams, but what if something dramatic happens to your teeth? It may be something that can get treated in a few days or so, but there are certain situations that constitute an emergency. Read our blog post to find out when your should seek emergency dental care.
Managing your oral hygiene can be tricky. While some rules, like avoiding sodas and sugary candy, are easy to understand, the impact of other foods and drinks on your health can be more difficult to determine. One of the foods that presents a conundrum is citrus. Read our blog post to learn about the impact of citrus on teeth and oral health.
When you were a kid, do you remember doing anything crazy to get rid of your loose baby teeth? But now that you have your own child with loose baby teeth, things are a different story. Check out our blog post to learn what you need to know about handling those loose baby teeth.