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Since 1906

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5 Tips for Choosing a Great Dentist

Posted on December 9, 2018
While you don’t want the office to be too far of a trek, there are more things that you need to consider beyond location. Here are 5 tips for choosing a great dentist: Reputation. Do your homework! Search for a particular dentist name, so you will find out which dentists in your area have a good reputation. Experience and dedication. Choose a dentist who is well experienced and who is dedicated to the field. If

Down Syndrome & Malocclusion

Posted on December 9, 2018
Do you know that people with Down syndrome have a high prevalence of malocclusion? The most common types of malocclusion among people with Down syndrome are: Anterior and Posterior Crossbite Open Bite Crowding due to the Underdevelopment of the Maxilla.Malocclusion affects directly the basic oral functions as chewing, speaking, swallowing. Orthodontic treatment is indicated to improve oral function, aesthetics, and general dental health To know more about malocclusion and its treatment, call 305 857 0990

Periodontal Health for Women

Posted on December 9, 2018
Although women typically have better indicators of periodontal health and receive dental checkups more regularly than men, hormonal fluctuations can have an impact on the health of women’s gums. At different stages of their lives, women may face increased susceptibility to periodontal disease. ‍Puberty During puberty, an elevated level of such hormones as estrogen and progesterone cause increased blood circulation to the gums. This may lead to the gums’ heightened sensitivity to any irritation, including food

Single Tooth Dental Implants

Posted on December 9, 2018
Almost everyone will lose at least one adult tooth by the time they are a senior. Many might think that this is only a cosmetic dentistry issue, but failing to replace a missing or extracted tooth can result in a myriad of other issues. For patients who have recently lost a tooth or will need to have a tooth extracted in the near future, single-tooth dental implants are one of the most effective and safe

Young And “Sharp” Smile

Posted on December 9, 2018
Aging affects your teeth and oral health just like any other part of your body. Dentistry offers techniques to keep patients smiles attractive essentially stopping (or even reversing) the aging process. The most important part of the bite analysis starts by diagnosis. A comprehensive oral evaluation and occlusal evaluation (bite evaluation) are necessary to determine the causes of the bite collapse. Usual causes of an aged smile include Loss of posterior dental support due to