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Dental Services

Our Pembroke Pines Dentist offers complete Pembroke Pines dental services for the entire family.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Veneers: Veneers can straighten, lengthen, repair cracks and whiten teeth to provide your desired smile and bite. They are a thin and strong porcelain restoration made just for you. Veneers cover part or all of the biting surface, as well as the visible part of the tooth. Veneers can create the smile you have always dreamed about.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Tooth Whitening: Tooth whitening or bleaching is one of the most popular areas of cosmetic dentistry. Even subtle changes in shading can make someone look years younger. Several factors can contribute to the darkening of teeth, including the effects of age, certain foods and drinks, smoking and medications. Bleaching is a whitening process that involves placing a bleaching solution in contact with the teeth, causing oxidation of stain and subsequent lightening.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Metal-Free Fillings: In the majority of circumstances, metal fillings can be replaced with techniques that require less drilling and removal of good tooth structure. It is therefore possible to preserve the healthy, remaining tooth structure. In the majority of circumstances, by intercepting the potential fracture, we can reduce or eliminate symptoms of hot/cold sensitivity and biting pain. New conservative treatments like tooth-colored fillings or porcelain bonded restorations are preventing broken teeth. Using a proactive, rather than reactive, approach to amalgam replacement, many of our patients are happy to report a superior experience. When amalgams need replacement, bonded composite restorations are a more stable and attractive alternative.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Metal-Free Crowns: Many crowns are fabricated using a metal lining covered with porcelain. These types of restorations are not natural in appearance; they are opaque or flat-looking because they do not let light pass through as a natural tooth does. There is often a dark or gray line next to the gum line. We exclusively provide all porcelain bonded restorations for anterior teeth. With our restorations you will notice the appearance of natural teeth again. 


Pembroke Pines Dentist Smile Makeover: A Smile Makeover is truly a work of art. The term Smile Makeover applies to the enhancement of a smile using a combination of methods. A client's eyes, lip line, coloring and face are all considered when a new smile is designed for you. Our goal is to redesign your smile so that it fits you and is beautiful, strong and natural-looking.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Bonding: What is the difference between bonding and a veneer? The best use for bonding is to repair slightly chipped, discolored or misaligned teeth. Bonding involves placing tooth-colored composite material onto the tooth. This has been a dental technique for many years. The advantages of bonding are that it is inexpensive and an ultra-conservative way to restore a tooth. Recent advances have increased the strength, durability and longevity of these restorations.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Metal-Free Bridges: A Bridge is a custom device anchored to neighboring teeth that replaces one or more missing teeth. When a lost tooth is replaced with bridgework, the teeth on either side of the missing one are prepared as crowns to serve as abutments to hold the prosthetic (replacement) tooth in place. Crowns and bridges are most commonly prepared from high quality materials such as semiprecious or precious metals, porcelain or a fused combination of the two. Aesthetics, function and tissue compatibility are considered when selecting the material most suitable for you.

Pembroke Pines Dentist Full Mouth Rehabilitation: Full Mouth restoration involves restoring the teeth, bite and muscles back to a natural-looking and youthful-feeling condition. Imagine being able to turn the clock back 10, 20, 30 years or more. Using computerized technology and an artistic eye, full mouth restoration may be the answer to many problems, such as heat-sensitive teeth, sore jaw muscles and recurring headaches. You do not have to be dissatisfied with the way your smile looks and feels. You do not have to be uncomfortable when you chew or eat hot or cold foods. You do not have to awaken in the morning with sore jaw muscles.



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