Dental Treatments and Procedures Miami

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At Seduction Dental Design, we are dedicated to helping you achieve the smile of your dreams. Our team of highly skilled and experienced dentists offers a wide range of dental treatments and procedures to address all your oral health needs.

Comprehensive Dental Services for a Healthy Smile

From routine cleanings and fillings to advanced cosmetic procedures, we offer a full range of dental services.

What is teeth whitening? Teeth whitening involves bleaching your teeth to make them lighter. It can’t make your teeth brilliant white, but it can lighten the existing color by several shades.

Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that straightens teeth without the use of metal braces. Invisalign is a series of custom-made clear braces that cover your teeth and gently pull them into the proper position over time.

The dental implant body is surgically inserted in the jawbone in place of the tooth’s root. The dental implant abutment is usually attached to the implant body by the abutment fixation screw and extends through gums into the mouth to support the attached artificial teeth.

The usual procedure involves placing a crown on the teeth on each side of the gap. These crowns are joined together by another crown that acts as a false tooth. You will need more than one appointment to get a dental bridge.

Braces are a common orthodontic treatment option among both children and adults. They can help correct various orthodontic problems, such as crooked and crowded teeth, jaw problems, and a misaligned bite. Not only that, but braces can also eliminate problems you or your child may have with keeping teeth clean, speaking properly, or even eating. With the recent advancements in dental technology, braces are now more comfortable, sleeker, and less conspicuous than they once were.

Root canal therapy is treatment for the pulp of your tooth once bacteria have reached the pulp causing it to become infected. Root canal therapy helps preserve your tooth as long as possible so that you do not have to have it removed.

Scaling and root planning is the process of smoothing out the root surfaces of the teeth by removing hard calculus deposits and debris from below the gums. A licensed dental hygienist will perform the SRP using special hand instruments, an ultrasonic scaler, or a combination of both.

Full mouth debridement is a dental procedure done to thoroughly remove plaque and tartar from your teeth and gums. You may need this procedure if you don’t contact a dentist for several years. Practicing good oral hygiene can help you avoid a FMD or other extensive dental treatments.

A removable partial denture (RPD) is a dental prosthesis that is used to replace multiple missing teeth. If a patient is not a candidate for a fixed dental bridge, or a dental implant, then an RPD is an option.

All On 4 is a dental implant technique where the upper or lower set of teeth are replaced with just four implants. These four Implants act as a support mechanism for the placement of a new set of fixed teeth.

A hybrid dental implant or overdenture is a full denture that includes both prosthetic teeth and life-like looking gums that completely cover the upper or lower jaws. They are anchored into the jawbone with dental implants in much the same way as regular dental implants.

A post is a small metal “screw” that adds strength by connecting the top and bottom halves of a tooth. The post is cemented into place with a composite filling, or buildup filling. A crown is always seated when a post and/or buildup is placed. This is How It Works.

A night guard is a custom fabricated piece of acrylic that fits over your teeth similar to how a retainer does. By covering the teeth, this acrylic act to protect your teeth from hitting and coming into contact with each other, which in turn can prevent tooth wear, cracks, gum recession, and tooth movement.

A dental bone graft adds volume and density to your jaw in areas where bone loss has occurred. The bone graft material may be taken from your own body (autogenous), or it may be purchased from a human tissue bank (allograft) or an animal tissue bank (xenograft).

Often, membranes serve a role in protecting grafts by preventing unwanted tissues from growing into the area of bone healing. Membranes can be resorbable, no resorbable, synthetic or biologic in nature. Some are rigid, and some are soft and pliable. Resorbable membranes dissolve in the body over time.

A filling is used to treat a small hole, or cavity, in a tooth. To repair a cavity, a dentist removes the decayed tooth tissue and then fills the space with a filling material.

Gingivectomy is a surgical procedure that involves removing diseased gums and tissue. It can reduce the risk of further infection, pain, and bleeding.

Enameloplasty is a cosmetic dental procedure to remove small amounts of tooth enamel to change a tooth’s size, shape, length, or surface. Enameloplasty is also known as: odontoplasty. tooth recontouring. tooth reshaping.

A dental extraction (also referred to as tooth extraction, exodontia, exodontics, or informally, tooth pulling) is the removal of teeth from the dental alveolus (socket) in the alveolar bone. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, but most commonly to remove teeth which have become unrestorable through tooth decay, periodontal disease, or dental trauma, especially when they are associated with toothache. Sometimes impacted wisdom teeth (wisdom teeth that are stuck and unable to grow normally into the mouth) cause recurrent infections of the gum (pericoronitis) and may be removed when other conservative treatments have failed (cleaning, antibiotics and operculectomy). In orthodontics, if the teeth are crowded, healthy teeth may be extracted (often bicuspids) to create space so the rest of the teeth can be straightened.

Third molar tooth extraction, also called wisdom tooth extraction, is often necessary when the third molars come in and cause issues with oral health, push up against the second molars or make it harder to reach all areas of teeth while brushing.

The panoramic X-ray provides the dentist with an ear-to-ear two-dimensional view of both the upper and lower jawbone.

A periapical X-ray shows your entire tooth, from the crown to the root tip. This type of X-ray helps your dentist detect decay, gum disease, bone loss and any other abnormalities of your tooth or surrounding bone.

Pulp vitality testing is a key part of a comprehensive endodontic examination. The testing is done to get a full understanding of the dental pulp’s overall health. It is used both on patients experiencing no dental pain and for those who report feeling pain due to hot or cold stimuli in a specific area of their mouth.

Dental sealants are thin coatings that when painted on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (molars) can prevent cavities (tooth decay) for many years. Sealants protect the chewing surfaces from cavities by covering them with a protective shield that blocks out germs and food.

 Is a topical treatment applied on the surfaces of teeth using a small brush and sets on contact with saliva. Prevents new cavities from forming and helps stop tooth decay that has already started.

Is a professional cleaning procedure performed at our office to get rid of plaque build-up that regular brushing and flossing can’t reach. Regardless of how diligent you are with home oral care, a regular professional dental cleaning is required to stop decay and the progression of gum disease.

It’s a painless and cost-effective solution. All your dentist will have to do is clean out any bacteria that built up on your tooth after the crown falls out, then apply a new bonding adhesive and slide your crown back into place. Just like that, your crown or bridge will look and feel as good as new.

The surgical procedure known as an apicoectomy involves the removal of the tooth’s apex as well as any surrounding hard or soft tissue that may have become damaged, infected or if a cyst has developed. Once the apex has been removed, sometimes a filling is used to seal the root.

An onlay is a piece of porcelain and ceramic that fits over most of your prepared tooth. An onlay is used when the affected area of the tooth includes the cusps of the teeth. Our doctors remove the decayed portion of your tooth and take a digital impression.

A dental inlay is a single, solid ceramic piece that is fabricated from a dental impression to precisely match the shape and size of your tooth. This customized inlay will be bonded to the surface of the tooth to replace the damaged area.

This type of restoration consists of three parts: a small, titanium post, an abutment, and the dental crown. The post, or implant, is embedded into your jawbone to act as an artificial tooth root. Then the abutment connects your crown to the post for a complete restoration.

Primary closure of a sinus perforation is indicated for large (≥ 2mm) defects resulting from routine tooth extraction, retrieval of root tips, or implant placement. Sinus Augmentation may be indicated when there is poor bone quality/quantity that would contraindicate implant placement.

Alveoloplasty is accomplished by placing bone graft material in the tooth socket. It is often done immediately after the tooth is removed to avoid the need for a second procedure later. Next, the gum tissue is placed over the socket and secured with sutures.

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Come visit us at our Miami Dental Clinic to experience what sets us apart from other companies. 

We are located in the heart of Miami on the emblematic Calle 8.

Our Location:
4950 SW 8th St Second Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Office Hours:
Monday trough Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm
Sunday closed

(305) 448-8636

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