Deborah Jin Kim DMD
Dentist375 N Main St Suite C-4 Monroe Township New Jersey, 08094
Deborah J. Kim, DMD, is a dentist at Williamstown Dental in Monroe Township, New Jersey with over 24 years of experience specializing in orthodontics and implants. Dr. Kim was educated at Temple University and is a professional member of the New Jersey Dental Association and the Southern Dental Society of New Jersey. She also taught at the University of Pennsylvania from 2002 - 2012 as an associate clinical professor.
Education and Training
Deborah Jin Kim DMD's Expert Contributions
No. Unless you have a severe pain that lasts more than five minutes you might not need a root canal therapy. Just a sensitive tooth could be reversed by removing the causes like decay or adding a fluoride or some composites. READ MORE
Root canal does not have to increase with age. But as we age, we have more opportunities to have sweets and not brush away the bacteria that release acids that melts away the minerals to cause decay that may go deep enough to go to the nerves that requires rct. READ MORE
Usually not, but if you have been using non ADA approved tooth paste then go to the one approved, it will improve. READ MORE
Usually stains in the back doesn't require replacement unless there are decay under the filling. READ MORE
I am glad that you said sugarless, sugar with the bacteria that release acids will cause decay. READ MORE
Yes, and there are topical ones in gel that work without puncturing the gums. READ MORE
I think lower the better as long as you remove the food and bacteria. READ MORE
24 hours or once daily prevents calculus formation, but anytime you have food stuck in between the teeth is a good time to floss. READ MORE
Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums. Redness, tenderness, swelling and pain are usually because of the bacteria that release toxins. Brushing and flossing and waterpiks help remove them. READ MORE
Root canal therapy is done under local anesthesia and does not usually affect the baby, but we usually avoid anything unnatural during pregnancy and during the first trimester, the fetuses are particularly sensitive. The third trimester of pregnancy, moms are usually uncomfortable sitting in the chair so the best time usually is the second trimester. READ MORE
Abscesses melt away the bone and appears dark at the tip of the tooth, but in the beginning, it is hard to see. READ MORE
I think if you take the antibiotics, it would clear up all the teeth by circulation. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Local Public Speaking -
Professional Society Memberships
- New Jersey Dental Association, Southern Dental Society of New Jersey
What do you attribute your success to?
- Her faith in God.
Deborah Jin Kim DMD's Practice location
Get to know Dentist Dr. Deborah J. Kim, who serves the population of Monroe Township, New Jersey. Dr. Deborah J. Kim is an established Dentist currently serving patients within Williamstown Dental in Monroe Township, New Jersey. Featuring over two decades of experience in her field, she has a special expertise in orthodontics and implants, and has made a name for herself in the New Jersey dental community. Dr. Kim’s acclaimed career in dentistry began when she graduated with her Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Since graduating, she has completed a number of advanced training courses while practicing as a dentist. To stay current with the latest advances in her field, Dr. Kim remains a distinguished member of the New Jersey Dental Association and the Southern Dental Society of New Jersey. She has dedicated her life to providing the high quality dental care to her patients, and is committed to enhancing their confidence while brightening their smiles. Dr. Kim attributes her success to her faith in God, and when she is not assisting patients, she enjoys playing tennis, as well as playing the flute, organ, and piano. General dentists provide a wide array of services that are vital to patients’ continued health. These services include: preventive services — helping to maintain good oral health by stopping disease before it takes hold in the mouth; restorative services — receiving timely and appropriate treatment when a problem is identified; as well as cosmetic services — performing a range of cosmetic procedures, such as teeth whitening, cosmetic bonding – even porcelain veneers. General dentists also address overall health concerns, as oral health is seen as the mirror of general health. In fact, some dental problems may reflect issues in other parts of the body and vice versa.
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