Assure a Smile

Assure a Smile Offers Same-Day Crown Technology in South Florida

LogoDental crowns can help prevent infection and restore function to damaged teeth. Traditional crowns might be uncomfortable and inconvenient, but they aren't the only choice available to people. An alternative to traditional dental crowns, CEREC crowns are a more comfortable and convenient dental crown solution.

Assure a Smile Offers Groundbreaking Treatment for Sleep Apnea

LogoRestless sleep can have a terrible effect on your health and well-being. Sleep disturbances can be caused by a variety of factors, such as shift work, alcohol, excessive light or sound. Sleep disruption is also more common in parents of small children, caretakers and university students. It is also possible that disorganized and restless sleep is caused by sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep apnea.

Assure a Smile Uses Invisalign to Help Teens Achieve the Smile of Their Dreams

LogoWhen it comes to straightening the teeth of teenagers, Invisalign is the clear choice. Invisalign Teen is a clear aligner system intended specifically for teenagers. Instead of utilizing wires, brackets, and bands to straighten your teeth, Invisalign employs clear aligners to produce even better results in less time.

Does Whitening Toothpaste Affect Tooth Enamel

LogoWhile whitening teeth at home is never as effective as seeing a Miami dentist for teeth whitening treatment, it can be a very subtle way to help brighten your smile over time. Most toothpaste has cavity-fighting components, this type of toothpaste contains a very small amount of a dental bleaching ingredient. However, many people wonder if it is a safe way to whiten teeth.

Is Stress Bad for Teeth

LogoEveryone knows what it is like to feel stressed out, especially after enduring a nearly two-year-long pandemic. Stress can come from work, school, poor diet, lack of exercise, relationships, family life, etc. - and even though our bodies have systems in place to handle that stress, long-term stress can have negative health implications on the body, including oral health.

New to Invisalign? Avoid These Common Mistakes

LogoInvisalign offers adults and teens alike the opportunity to straighten their smiles without the hassle of showing off braces. Often, Invisalign is a low-cost alternative to traditional braces. It is one of the most common ways, especially for adults, for people to straighten teeth. However, like with traditional orthodontic braces, sometimes people make crucial mistakes that can damage the retainers and slow down the process.

What to Know with Invisalign

LogoHow do these secret braces work? First, you will need to make an appointment with an Invisalign dentist in Miami for an exam. We can check if you are eligible and make sure there are no severe conditions like inflammation before you start. You will then get a scan that will work with artificial intelligence to calculate your individualized plan. You will get an aligner for every step of your process. These aligners are made to form the changes in your teeth as they move.

Will Medicare Cover Dental Implants

LogoMedicare does not currently cover a multitude of dental care and procedures, including dental implants. Typically, Medicare covers the part of dental costs that may be related to an inpatient stay at a hospital. Recently, laws have changed around Florida medicare and other health insurance coverages, but will the changes cover dental implants?

"Beyond the Mouth" Publishing Marks Success for Holistic Dentistry

LogoThe end of last month saw a success mark for the holistic dentistry industry. Dr. Ana Maria Goldfischer of London's book, "Beyond the Mouth" highlights the wealth of benefits of holistic, eco-friendly dentistry, giving dentists information about alternative resources to offer patients during a worldwide green living shift.

New Study Show Potential Link Between Oral Hygiene and COVID-19 Severity

LogoDoctors and medical researchers have recently investigated the impact of COVID-19 and the impact it could potentially have on teeth, gums, and the oral cavity. However, there is still not much research pointing to COVID-19 being the direct cause of poor oral health.