Miami Dental Sedation Spa practices restorative dentistry, including dentures, crowns, bridges, and veneers. Please scroll down to find informational videos on each procedure.

Partial And Full Dentures

The sight of metal clasps is something of the past!

Modern Flexi partials have all acrylic materials, including the clasps. A beautiful smile can be restored with unnoticeable partials. This option to replace missing teeth is the fastest and most inexpensive, without limiting the high esthetics.

Full dentures can be combined with implants to obtain retention and stability. Patients are able to enjoy eating again and gain independence from the adhesive glues and powders.

Porcelain Crowns

The ability to use an esthetic, all-ceramic material for posterior and anterior restorations has been a long-standing goal in the dental profession. The popularity and trend of performing esthetic procedures has brought in a more demanding and sophisticated clientele. Porcelain crowns restore teeth with materials that mimic tooth structure in shape, function, and esthetics as well as translucency. Dr. Sanchez has over ten years experience with porcelain crowns. He is aware that a dentist’s restoration can only look great as long as is done by a great lab ceramist. Dr. Sanchez’ ceramist is a German trained Master Dental Technician. This certification is only awarded after five years of intensive training. Mr. Azzaretto shares Dr. Sanchez’ ideals of beauty and natural replication in all dental restorations.

Bridges

Missing teeth can be replaced by attaching a bridge to adjacent teeth. Example, if there is only one tooth missing, a bridge will consist of three joined crowns with the outer crowns cemented to the adjacent teeth of the missing tooth. This is the best choice to replace teeth when an implant is not recommended, like in low quality or insufficient bone in the area of the implant.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers, as part of aesthetic dentistry, can reshape, rejuvenate, and whiten smiles through the use of very thin porcelain bonded to teeth.

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