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Give Your Smile the Makeover of a Lifetime in a Single Appointment!

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full, vibrant smile is not only a sign of beauty but of health. Your teeth are a vital part of the body, and when they are unhealthy, it can lead to jaw pain, nutritional issues, and more. At the office of Dr. Andres de Cardenas, a Full Mouth Reconstruction treatment can give you a smile you’ve always wanted!

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You Will Be Surprised to Know How Simple It Is to Achieve the Smile of Your Dreams!

Professional Invisalign

Professional Invisalign

Your smile is one of the most recognizable features you have. A bright and healthy smile will show everyone just how confident you’re feeling. However, if you’re insecure about how your teeth look then showing off your smile is the last thing you want to do. At the office of Dr. Andres de Cardenas, our Professional Invisalign treatment will make your smile look better than ever!

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Considering Straightening Your Teeth? Let Us Help You Decide How to Do it!

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Invisalign vs Braces – Cosmetic Dentistry in Miami Employs Both

When you consider the two most popular methods of teeth-straightening dental technology, you likely possess numerous questions or concerns. Which method is more effective, and affordable?

Both Invisalign and brace designs specifically straighten teeth, improving smiles, as well as promoting optimal oral health. Nonetheless, Invisalign hit the market around the year 2000. For this reason, the treatment does not wield the same storied history as braces. Read more…

Want a Perfect Smile? Invisalign Can Help!

Invisalign Dentist

Dental Services in Miami

Aiming For A Perfect Smile

Invisalign Dentist
Invisalign Dentist

On a scale from 1 to 10, how confident are you with your smile? What’s stopping you from having a beautiful smile? There are many steps to achieve a white, straight smile and you can succeed your goals with our Invisalign Dentist! Having a good oral doesn’t only mean flossing and brushing your teeth, but it does require a visit to the dentist. A trip to the dentist introduces you to a whole new world of oral care that you have probably missing been out on. During a dentist office, you’ll be shown how you can achieve a perfect smile through our different types of dental health services. Many people don’t realize that certain dental problems they are not aware of is hindering them from having a great smile. One of the services we offer is teeth alignment which not only give you a perfect smile but help you prevent dental health problems. We also provide our patients with dental x-rays that can determine any areas of decay, tumors, abscesses, or cysts. To keep the mouth function at its finest, we also provide all our patients with dental implant services for a better health. Read more…

A New Years Resolution to Avoid Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer Screening Dentist

Oral Cancer Screening Dentist
Oral Cancer Screening Dentist

Quit Smoking

Choosing To Quit Smoke Today

Did you know that the number of smokers have decreased from 21 percent to 18 percent in just 8 years? Are you part, or planning on becoming a part of an array of people who quit smoking? Once you’re hooked on cigarettes, it may be found difficult to quit smoking due to the addicting agent known as nicotine. However, when you look at the health risks that subdued from smoking, you’ll find yourself in desperation to quit. If you are a smoker, then what is suggested for you is to quit as soon as possible. Don’t welcome health problems with every cigarette you smoke, do something about it today! With every inhalation, a smoker’s lung is filled with pollutants that are quickly absorbed by the blood stream. Did you also know that for every pack of cigarette a person smokes, they lose 3 teeth in the average of ten years? Health problems doesn’t just appear in the lungs as you inhale the smoke, but your mouth is the one that actually gets impacted first. Get checked by our Oral Cancer Screening Dentist for a better dental health today!    Read more…

What Are Porcelain Veneers? Are They Right for You?

Porcelain Dental Veneers

Veneers in Miami

Importance of Maintaining A Good Oral Care

Porcelain Dental Veneers

Do you have a cracked tooth? Does your smile make you feel confident? If you’re not happy with your smile, then we our professional dentists will gladly assist you. A beautiful smile can always boost a person’s self-esteem. Maintaining a good oral care at home can help you keep a clean mouth. It’s detrimental that you brush your teeth twice a day, don’t skip flossing, and rinse your mouth to eliminate the bacteria inside your mouth. Dental health problems can arrive when teeth are not well taken care of. In order to maintain a good dental health, it’s important that you visit a professional dentist every six months for the elimination of plaque and tartar through a dental cleaning. This is because a regular dental cleaning at home cannot get rid of the bacteria in certain areas of the mouth. Being able to maintain a clean mouth through a dental care at home and at the dentist will give you a great smile! Sometimes people fail to maintain a good oral care which can lead to deterioration of the teeth. Read more…

Have Gorgeous Teeth for the Holidays!

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Holiday Teeth Cleaning

South Miami Dentist
South Miami Dentist

Stress and Dental Health

How often do you visit the dentist? When was the last time you received a professional dental cleaning? There may be times during the year in which people may not put their full focus on their dental health. Stress can take ahold of many people which can have an impact in a person’s dental health. When a person is undergoing stress their diet may change and unhealthy habits may develop. For instance, a person who is under stress may develop habits such as smoking which has an effect on dental health, especially overall health. Or a person may have emotional cravings that are not healthy such as overeating sweets, consuming carbonated drinks, etc. During the month of december is when a person can be a overwhelming month with the last minute shoppings, late night partying, and other extra activities. During these busy times, people tend to forget about their dental health which is why our South Miami Dentist will ensure you have beautiful teeth just for the holidays. Read more…

Signs That it is Time for a Deep Dental Cleaning!

 

Dental Deep Cleaning

Good Dental Health

What Causes Dental Problems?

Dental Deep Cleaning

How often do you eat sweets? Would you say you brush your teeth at least two to three times a day? Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss? There are a few signs that you need to look for during your dental cleaning routine. If you notice signs of bleeding, there is a high chance your oral care is not being taken care of properly. This might be a sign of developing gum disease which is caused by buildup plaque and tartar that was not removed through a professional dental cleaning. Our dentist offer all our patients dental cleaning that will prevent many dental health problems. It is detrimental for a patient to visit the dentist every six months to receive a dental cleaning that reaches places a dental cleaning routine doesn’t. Not only does it improve your dental health but your overall health. An evaluation of of gum tissue can show signs on how your overall health is doing. Swollen gums that bleed when flossed show signs that a person’s general health is not doing well. Read more…

What Is Periodontal Scaling and Root Cleaning?

Periodontal Disease Treatment

Gums Disease Cleaning

Periodontal Disease Treatment

What Happens If Gum Disease Is Not Treated?

How often do you floss? What about brush your teeth, gums, and tongue? A well-done dental cleaning requires brushing, flossing and rinsing. Maintaining these three dental routines every single day will improve your dental health. Keeping a strict oral care will prevent you from many dental diseases that are caused by build-up plaque and bacteria. A person who fails to keep a clean mouth have higher chances of developing cavities and gum disease. Not only will it affect their dental health but their overall health. For instance, a person who has diabetes is more likely to develop gum disease. For this person with diabetes, infections are more likely to occur and if gum disease is developed then they will have a harder time controlling their sugar. Aside from being more difficult to control, during gum disease the blood sugar stays elevated which may cause health problems overtime. A person who has periodontal disease usually shows signs of uncontrolled diabetes and blood sugar. Another disease that may be linked to periodontal disease is heart disease. Risk of heart disease is increased due to the inflammation of the gums. If gum disease continues to advance without treatment then it can also lead to tooth loss. Read more…

How to Tell You Need Full Mouth Reconstruction!

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Improved Oral Health

Gain A New Smile

Are you confident with your smile? If not, you can gain an entire new smile at our dentist office! If you know the struggle of having to hide your teeth when you laugh or smile can be real. A whole new set of teeth can give you that confidence you’ve been searching for. With our Full Mouth Reconstruction procedure, your teeth will allow you to improve the appearance of your smile. Aside from boosting your self-esteem, a entire new set of teeth may help you chew food better. Having healthy teeth is important to live a healthy life. A set of unhealthy teeth raises the risk of gum disease which can affect your overall health. There are many factors affecting oral hygiene such as disease, improper dental care, chewing hard foods, etc. It’s important to prevent further dental problems through home-care routines such as brushing teeth after every meal, flossing at least twice a day, and rinsing every now and now. But it’s more important to visit our professional dentists to get a dental cleaning to reach those places a home dental routine cannot reach. Read more…

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