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.

Preventive Dentist in Ewa Beach

You know how the saying goes: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Making a little bit of effort to prevent dental issues from cropping up could save you a whole lot of time in your future spent dealing with a costly or stressful health problem. At our family dentist’s office in Ewa Beach, we provide preventive dentistry to keep your teeth and gums in their best condition.

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Preventive Dental Treatments

These are the preventive dental treatments we offer at Laulani Dental Care:

Even if you’re not quite sure of what you need, we’ll be able to make an assessment during a dental exam and would be happy to give you recommendations for what other preventive treatments might benefit you. Of course, if everything looks great and you don’t need anything else to improve your oral health, we’ll be thrilled to give you that news as well!

Preventive Dental Care FAQ


What is preventive dental care?

To understand what exactly preventive dental care is, just focus on the word “prevent.” This type of dentistry is focused on preventing oral health problems like cavities, gum disease, and more. These services are meant to keep your teeth clean and protected from bad bacteria and damage.


How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

The standard recommendation is to get your teeth cleaned every six months. If you have certain dental conditions, your dentist may suggest you go more often, but a good rule of thumb is to keep up with your dental checkups twice a year.


How can my dentist treat chronic headaches?

While chronic headaches can be caused by a number of different things, one cause is grinding or clenching your teeth. If that’s the case with you, your dentist can make you an oral appliance to wear that relaxes your jaw and prevent headaches. We offer this service at our practice!

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