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Patients combine dental care with a sunny and happy Miami vacation!

Most tourists who seek dental solutions and treatments outside their cities or countries look for top specialists when advanced oral rehabilitation is required, and a sunny and happy destination to enjoy while going through treatment. In most cases, and most importantly, it’s the rehabilitation of oral health that motivates each patient. A smile is worth

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Make us smile: write a review.

Today we would like to talk a little about the importance of reviews for the health sector in general and for our dental clinic in particular. In fact, knowing the degree of appreciation of a customer is a way of improving our service even more. This is what all manuals say: ratings and customer feedback

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Dealing with COVID-19 Fears

Now more than ever we have extra care protocols in place to ensure our patients and staff continue feeling safe regarding the Covid-19 “new reality”. However, it is crucial that the general public understands oral health is critical to overall health, as well as a healthy and robust immune system necessary to fight diseases like

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dental fillings with and without mercury

Did you know dental amalgam silver fillings contain approximately 50% mercury?

Mercury-containing dental fillings placed into people’s mouths constitute the largest use of the elemental form of this toxic substance, according to IAOMT Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors Jack Kall, DMD. “Mercury has been banned from a gamut of other consumer products, and a growing number of countries are ending the use of dental

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Oral Health Key Facts From WHO (World Health Organization)

Oral diseases pose a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death. Even more, these diseases share common risk factors with other major chronic diseases. Here are some key facts about oral health by the World Health Organization: Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion

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