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  • Your Child's Age One Dental Visit
    Parenthood comes with no manual — if it did it would surely include many essential tips to make your job easier while improving your children's lives. One important fact that Read more
  • Why Your Teeth May Hurt
    Don't ignore tooth pain hoping it goes away. No matter how mild or fleeting it may be, it's a sign that something's wrong. Healthy teeth shouldn't cause discomfort because the Read more
  • Why Invisalign Treatment is Right For Me?
    Are you embarrassed by your crowded, gapped or crooked teeth but less than thrilled about the idea of having to wear traditional metal braces for months on end? If so, Read more
  • Who Needs a Mouthguard?
    What is a mouthguard? A mouthguard or mouth protector is a protective appliance that covers the teeth and gums to prevent or reduce injury to the teeth, gums, jaws, and Read more
  • What Our Office Can Do About Your Snoring or Sleep Apnea
    Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a condition that occurs when the upper airway (back of your throat) collapses or is blocked, causing significant airflow disruption. A person with Read more
  • What is Pediatric Conscious Sedation?
    In dentistry (as well as other branches of medicine) pediatric conscious sedation is becoming more widespread than ever — but some people aren’t yet familiar with this beneficial therapy. Conscious Read more
  • What Is A Baby Tooth Worth?
    For most people, raising kids is an expensive proposition. (A recent estimate by the U.S. Department of Agriculture puts the average tab at almost a quarter of a million dollars Read more
  • What Could Be Causing Your Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)?
    When treating Temporomandibular (jaw joint) Disorder (formerly known as Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, TMJ), we feel we have two equally important challenges facing us. First, we must start your treatment by Read more
  • What Are Baby Teeth, And Why Do They Come Out?
    Many youngsters look forward to finding a surprise under their pillow after a visit from the “tooth fairy.” This fable may comfort children who wonder why their first teeth come Read more
  • Warning Signs of Gum Disease
    Do you frequently experience bleeding gums during your daily brushing routine? You might assume that you are brushing too hard and that this bleeding is normal. However, you should know Read more
  • Vanna White Talks Dentistry
    Vanna White has been a household name for the last 27+ years and is best known as the first female co-host of the game show, Wheel of Fortune. She radiates Read more
  • Understanding Tooth Sensitivity
    Tooth sensitivity is an issue that can range from a slight twinge at times to downright excruciating pain. However, before we continue, understanding the cause of tooth sensitivity is helpful Read more
  • Understanding the New Standard in Dentistry: CAT Scans
    CAT scans or Computer Assisted Tomograph scans have been around for years. However, it is quickly becoming the new standard in dentistry. The reasons are clear both literally and figuratively, Read more
  • Understanding Dry Mouth
    The medical term for dry mouth is xerostomia (“xero” – dry; “stomia” – mouth), something that many of us have experienced at some point in life. However, for some people Read more
  • Unconscious Habits Can Wear Down Teeth
    If your teeth have a worn appearance, it's possible you have a habit you're not even aware of: clenching or grinding your teeth. Also called “bruxism,” this destructive action causes Read more
  • Ultrasonic Scalers can Effectively Clean Most Patients' Gum Tissues
    While you may most associate professional dental cleanings with that “squeaky” clean feeling you have afterward, there is a much higher goal. What is also referred to as “non-surgical periodontal Read more

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Cosmetic Dentist in Hollywood, FL

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