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added on: January 24, 2022

If you ask any doctor or dentist in Coral Gables, you’ll probably hear them say that it’s important to eat a well-balanced diet, including fruits and vegetables. These healthy foods are high in nutrients that can help keep your body in tip-top shape. However, could it be true that something so good for you may… Read More


added on: December 20, 2021

Have you ever heard of tonsil stones? Your Coral Gables dentist thought it might be a good idea to shed some light on this often overlooked health issue. Let’s talk a little about what exactly it means to have tonsil stones and how you can help yourself at home should they occur.  What Do I… Read More


added on: November 30, 2021

Most of us know that traditional metal braces can be used to effectively straighten teeth. While this treatment is most common in teens and young adults, braces can still be a great way for adults to transform the appearance of their smiles. However, if you’re looking to get straighter teeth without the use of braces,… Read More


added on: November 22, 2021

If you’re trying to quit smoking, you may wonder if your oral health will improve as a result. The good news is that, yes, your teeth and mouth will likely get better. In this blog, your dentist in Coral Gables tells you what to expect when you stop smoking and how to make sure your mouth… Read More


added on: October 28, 2021

Your dental insurance policy probably has a limited amount of time until it expires, which means you’re going to want to make sure you use your benefits with your dentist in Coral Gables before they’re gone forever. Each insurance has different time frames for when the policies expire, so make sure you check with your… Read More


added on: October 25, 2021

When it comes to kissing, it may be easy to tell if someone has bad breath, and you’d rather opt for a cheek kiss instead of locking lips. However, it’s not as easy to tell if someone has a cavity. But should you care if your smooching partner has cavities? Your dentist in Coral Gables… Read More


added on: October 1, 2021

Once your wisdom teeth have been removed, it’s important to take good care of your mouth during recovery to minimize pain and speed up healing time. Even though wisdom teeth removal is usually a pretty straightforward procedure, it can still cause some pain and discomfort as you heal from the surgery. To help you recover… Read More


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