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.
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.
Fads come and go, and many times it happens for good reason. Check out our blog post for a look at some dental fads we recommend avoiding to protect your oral health.
By now, you should know that a good at-home oral hygiene routine that involves brushing twice daily and flossing each day can help you avoid cavities and preserve a beautiful smile. However, there is another important factor in your oral health that you may be forgetting: your diet. Read our blog post where we share some food options that can help keep your pearly whites healthy and strong.
It can be hard to stay healthy and enjoy all of your favorite foods if you have a sweet tooth. Consuming foods that contain high amounts of sugar can lead to tooth decay. Read our blog post for some sugar alternatives for healthier teeth.
People have become more and more conscious of how our choices affect the world around us. Read our blog post for some ways you can help reduce dental waste and preserve the environment.
Have you experienced sharp, sudden tooth pain when your teeth are exposed to extreme temperatures? Read our blog post to discover tips for preventing tooth sensitivity. Contact us today for additional help relieving your dental discomfort.
When you are getting ready for a fun, sun-soaked outing, you already know you need to make sure you have your sunglasses, sunscreen and sun protective clothing. Did you know that you also have to be aware of the effects of the sun on your teeth? Read our blog post to discover how the sun can damage your oral health.
Do you struggle with persistent bad breath? Check out our blog post to discover 5 simple tips to combat your mouth’s foul odor. A great way to freshen your breath is to see Dr. Kim every 6 months. Our dental team wants you to have stellar oral health—contact us to schedule your next cleaning and checkup!
Read our blog post to learn why sugar is bad for your teeth. We recommend which foods and drinks to avoid, and share cavity-prevention tips. Our Ewa Beach office offers extended hours, modern digital technology, and flexible financing options so your dental visit is a breeze from start to finish. Contact us today!