Dr. Sanchez Adds Spear Faculty Club to Accolades

When you choose to join the Miami Dental Sedation Spa family, you are not only choosing a professional, cheerful, caring staff who strive to make you feel comfortable while receiving top-notch care. You’re also choosing to work with one of the area’s most committed and experienced dentists. Dr. Sanchez has extensive and ongoing training in both sedation and general dentistry, … Read More

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Right For You?

Cosmetic dentistry is more popular now than ever before, and the industry just keeps growing. Whether your teeth are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing, there are several options available to improve your smile, with benefits that often go beyond simple aesthetics. An improvement in oral health has been shown to improve both physical and mental health, leading to higher quality … Read More

Let Your Teeth Shine This Holiday Season

The holidays are officially upon us, and while this season is riddled with sweets and treats, you can still keep your smile bright and cavity-free. Check out these four tips, originally offered up from WebMD, on how to protect your teeth this holiday season. Avoid Excessive Sweets Candy canes, hot chocolate, holiday cookies, pastries, and it just doesn’t stop. Overdoing … Read More

Don’t Lose Your Dental Benefits! Contact Us Today!

October is coming to a close and many people have the festivities of the holiday season lingering in the back of their minds. Parties are being planned, presents are being purchased, and the electricity of joy and new beginnings is starting to tingle in the air. But before you get swept away in the excitement of the season, we’d like … Read More

Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry

In an effort to better understand trends in cosmetic dentistry, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) has completed several surveys over the years, asking their members to participate in an online questionnaire. The latest study was completed between October 17 and November 18, 2013. 659 dentists from around the country answered questions about their practice, the community where they … Read More

Oral Cancer: Are You at Risk?

Did you know that over 40,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year? In five short years, nearly half of them will lose their battle against the fatal disease. The death rate associated with oral cancer is particularly high, and it’s not because there isn’t an effective treatment. Cancers of the head and neck are routinely … Read More

The Benefits of Visiting your Dentist Regularly

***UPDATED: March 17, 2015*** New evidence suggests that visiting your dentist regularly to treat your gum disease may lower healthcare costs in the long run, especially for individuals who also suffer from heart disease. A study, first appearing in the November 2014 Harvard Heart Letter, and later discussed in a Dental Tribune article, found that people who had at least … Read More

Oral Health of America’s Hispanic Population

The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos is a multicenter study, funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute along with six other institutes, centers, and offices of the National Institutes of Health. Researchers have set out to determine the role of culture in the the development of diseases in hopes of identifying risk factors playing both protective and … Read More

New Study on the Safety of Dental Amalgam

For years, the use of dental amalgam fillings has been under fire after some people have seemed to be harmed by their mercury fillings while others appear to be fine.  Several studies have been conducted with inconsistent results, leading many industry experts to deem their use safe.  The source of this discrepancy may have been identified though in a new … Read More

Resolve to Improve Your Smile

Are you one of the millions of people who have vowed to transform their appearance in 2014? The New Year often stirs motivation within individuals to shed those extra few pounds, get more sleep, quit smoking, exercise more, along with a slew of other changes that are meant to build self esteem by improving the outward appearance.  All of those … Read More