Office updates

Currenetly we are all consumed with the Covid-19 virus. I encourage you to get informationfromreliable official sites.

Here is a list of some sites in no specific order that will provide reliable information and updates.

-cdc.org

-niaid.nih.gov

-fema.org

-ada.org

-who.org

-health .hawaii.gov

I hope these sites helps you to stay safe, healthy, and allow you to protect your family.

 

The quickest way to end this viral threat is to comply with the stay at home order.  If we stop new cases from occurring, we will stop the spread of the disease and new cases will slowly subside.  We need to comply for the safety of are loved ones and neighbors.

 

OFFICE CLOSURE

We have complied with the reccomendations of the ADA, Hawaii Dental Association, and now the Hawaii State Government to close our office until April 30th. This date may be changed depending on the current status of the virus.  Rest assured throughout this closure We will be available for all types of emergencies.  This includes but not limited toissues of any discomfort or pain,fracturing of teeth, temporary or permanemt crowns that have come off, broken dentures, missing fillings, and in some cases of patients who are currently under periodontal treatment who have underlying conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular disease.  Please feel free to call our office with any questions you my have.

 

On a special note temporary or permanemt crowns that have come off  should be addressed ASAP.  Not having a crown on the tooth could cause shifting of the tooth.  This could lead to excess adjustment or added cost if the crown needs to be remade. So please call us if this should occur.

 

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