Dr. Jen Kim, DDS
Kirkland, WA Family and Cosmetic Dentist

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Choosing The Right Family Dentist

Finding the right dentist can be difficult, especially when you are looking for one you trust to treat your children. Since pediatric dentistry is different than general dentistry, it is important to find a dentist that has training and experience treating younger patients. Dr. Jen Kim and her team at Jen Kim Family and Cosmetic Dentistry enjoy treating children and strive to offer the best in pediatric and family dentistry in the Kirkland, WA area.

Finding a Family DentistKirkland WA Pediatric Dentistry

Experience – Dentist that do not have experience working with children can find it difficult to treat younger patients. Many children are not only ...

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Reasons Why You May Need A Crown

If you have severe damage or missing teeth, it can cause a lot of problems to your dental health. Broken teeth do not have the protection against tooth decay that whole teeth have, and missing teeth can make it easy for bacteria to grow and may lead to bone loss. Dental crowns can help give you back the functionality of your tooth, your beautiful smile, and oral health. Dr. Jen Kim specializes in dental crowns, restorative dental care, and is committed to providing her patients with the best care in the Kirkland, WA area.

Dental CrownsDental Crown Kirkland WA

There are several ...

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What Really Causes Cavities?

Despite our warmer-than-usual October weather, we’re quickly leading up to Halloween! This means that in addition to cobwebby decorations, stores are also full of candy. For many of you with kids, you’ll have quite the haul to contend with on the 31st, and you’re probably worried about sugar rushes and cavities in the weeks that follow.

Although sugar helps set the stage for cavities, it’s actually not the real culprit. Do you know what is?

Bacteria Cause Cavities

It’s the bacteria in your mouth that cause cavities. These bacteria thrive in a sugary environment, and they excrete acid, which is what eats away at your enamel and causes the condition that we refer ...

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