Sharp Dentistry & Associates

Since 1906

All Specialties For All Your Dental Needs



Poor oral health can have a significant impact on the rest of the body, as there is a strong connection between oral health and overall health. The mouth is not isolated from the rest of the body, and various oral conditions and infections can lead to systemic health issues. Here are some ways in which poor oral health can affect the rest of the body: Heart Health: There is a link between gum disease (periodontal
Sharp Dentistry dental laboratory is state-of-the-art. We fabricate dental components onsite using the finest quality materials and standards to assure you of a long-lasting precision fit. Dental crowns, dental bridges, and dental laminates are all custom-made for a perfect match and fit of patients’ unique requirements. Under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Bruno Sharp, our dental technicians have been chosen for their dedication and passion for this demanding field. We pride ourselves on the
Achieving a “Hollywood smile,” which typically refers to a perfectly white, straight, and dazzling set of teeth, often involves a combination of dental treatments, cosmetic procedures, and good oral hygiene. Here are steps to help you achieve a Hollywood smile: Consult with a Miami Dentist: Start by consulting with a qualified experienced prosthodontist, preferably one with experience in cosmetic dentistry. They can assess your oral health, discuss your goals, and create a personalized treatment plan.
A sparkling smile can make your holiday season even brighter. For many of us the holiday season is the best time of the year; parties, events, and fresh homemade baked goods abound. To get your smile ready for holiday events and the smorgasbord of goodies, Sharp Dentistry & Associates offers tips for a healthy mouth (despite all the delicious homemade fudge dropped off to the office). Maintain Regular Oral Hygiene: Brush your teeth at least
In reality, a beautiful smile can be the result of a combination of both genetics and dental work. Some people are fortunate to have naturally attractive smiles due to their genetics, while others may need dental interventions to achieve the smile they desire. Dentistry has advanced significantly, allowing people to enhance their smiles regardless of their genetic predisposition. Ultimately, whether a person has a “great smile” due to genetics or dental work, what matters most
Dentures are removable dental prosthetic devices used to replace missing teeth and the surrounding tissues. They are designed to mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth, helping individuals with missing teeth regain their ability to eat, speak, and smile. However, dentures have to be removed as do not provide stability compared to dental implants. The unique All-on-4 tooth restoration treatment uses only four dental implants to support a full dental bridge and ensures jawbone