A Healthy Mouth Is A Happy Mouth
Brushing, flossing, and rinsing are the standard way to take care of your dental hygiene, but they're only a few steps that can help you maintain that beautiful smile. A healthy mouth takes more than just brushing your teeth. You can think about improving your brushing technique, ditching the daily soda habit, and saying good-bye to other vices that affect your oral health.
If you have any questions about how you can have a healthy, attractive smile like many of our other patients, please contact us today.
New patients receive a comprehensive examination which includes a screening for oral cancer, gum and bone disease, blood pressure, and systemic disorders. A routine oral exam is performed on established patients to determine any changes in dental and health status since the previous visit.
Tooth scaling removes plaque, tartar and hard crusty calculus deposits, which are loaded with bacteria. After scaling the tooth roots may need to be planed to smooth the root surface so the soft tissue will re-attach itself to a smooth tooth surface.
Periodontal diseases are infections of the gums, which gradually lead to the destruction of the support of your natural teeth. These diseases effect more than 80% of Americans by the age of 45.
Fluoride is an important part of healthy tooth development and will help prevent cavities by making the tooth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and sugars from the foods you eat. In some cases, fluoride can actually reverse early tooth decay.
Removal of wisdom teeth could be done while you are sedated and being carefully monitored.
Sometimes, we may detect tartar working its way blow the gum line. In these cases, root planing, also known as a deep cleaning is necessary to remove this tartar from the tooth's root.
Bacteria lives in your mouth and is the cause of plaque, cavities and gingivitis (gum disease). Brushing, flossing and other simple tasks that you can do on a daily basis will help keep harmful bacteria from causing problems and keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Over half of American adults, 30 years or older, have some form of periodontal (gum) disease. Gum disease is an inflammatory disease that affects the soft gum tissues around your teeth. There are easy ways to avoid gum disease and serious issues if gum disease is allowed to progress.
Our office provides smile makeovers to achieve the beautiful, natural look you seek. We can reshape your natural teeth to make them straighter or more youthful in appeal. Our office is easily accessible and makes it convenient to those living near Miami Beach to get the care they deserve.
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