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4 Questions to Ask When Choosing a West Palm Beach Dentist

March 23, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — drasinmaz @ 5:18 pm

woman with questionsI strongly believe that patients shouldn’t just pick the first West Palm Beach dentist that pops up when they do a Google search. Finding a dental care professional who fits your needs and who will genuinely care for you as a person is worth the time and effort it takes to research your options. To help you in your search for the ideal dentist, I’ve listed some questions to ask yourself when you’re weighing your choices.


Why Do Dental Implants Have Such a High Success Rate?

November 12, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drasinmaz @ 5:04 pm

dental implantsYou might have heard horror stories about dental implants failing, but those incidents are the exception to the rule. Dental implants actually have a very high success rate. While the exact success rate depends on which study you consult and the criteria for defining “successful” implants, the overwhelming trend is that these tooth replacements work marvelously. You might wonder, though, exactly why are dental implants in West Palm Beach so successful?


Are You a Candidate for Dental Implants in West Palm Beach?

October 30, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — drasinmaz @ 12:43 pm

illustration of a dental implantIf you are missing one or more teeth, I know one thing for sure — you are ready to have them replaced. Most people know dental implants are one option following tooth loss, but they may be wondering whether or not they are a viable candidate for the replacement option. If that sounds like you, keep reading to find out more about what it takes to be eligible for dental implants in West Palm Beach.


Can Porcelain Veneers Make Me Love My Smile?

October 11, 2017

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry Blog — drasinmaz @ 8:30 pm

If you are unhappy with the way your teeth look, you’re not alone. Many people have the desire to improve the shape, size and color of their teeth. And why wouldn’t they? Smiling has been linked to healthier living, success in the workplace and increased self-esteem.

If you have damaged, chipped, discolored, crooked or uneven teeth, a non-invasive, permanent solution is Porcelain Veneers. Don’t know exactly what they are? No problem! We’ll break down the process and tell you everything you need to know. (more…)

The Top 3 Benefits of Cone Beam Imaging Has For Your Oral Health!

July 21, 2017

Filed under: Dental Technology Blog — drasinmaz @ 5:29 pm

We use the most advanced technology to better patient outcomes and provide the most comprehensive, high-quality care available. That’s why we use Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) imaging to help identify, treat, and reverse serious dental diseases.

Using this powerful form of x-ray imaging, we can provide our patients with 3D imaging services that have a variety of benefits, as compared to traditional imaging techniques. Read on, and learn more about the cone beam imaging services available at our office. (more…)

I Want a New Smile! What Can I Do?

June 20, 2017

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry Blog,Orthodontics Blog,Teeth Whitening Blog — drasinmaz @ 12:18 pm

So let’s pretend you are someone who has always wanted a nice smile. You’ve had consultations with a dentist (maybe several), asked friends, done some Google researching. But it’s information overload!

Anyone who is looking to improve their smile should know there are many different treatment options available today that I like to use to deliver not only beautiful, but healthy and functional smiles. Because of the options available, I will go through the treatment options available and discuss the pros and cons to help make sense of the choices we have. (more…)

Oh No! I Lost My Invisalign Retainer

August 22, 2016

Filed under: Orthodontics Blog — drasinmaz @ 8:48 pm


You’ve just enjoyed a delicious meal with friends. As you head back home remembering all the tasty things you ate, you suddenly panic. Your Invisalign retainer is not in your mouth!

You return to the restaurant to look for it, but it’s gone. The staff doesn’t have it. It’s not in your bag or its case. You search your home, your car and all the tiny hiding spaces that it may have fallen into until you finally surrender. Maybe you tossed it by mistake. Maybe the dog ate it. Either way, it’s lost. (more…)

What Materials Are Used To Fill Cavities? What is BPA?

June 8, 2016

Filed under: Oral Health Blog — drasinmaz @ 5:55 pm

What is an Amalgam Filling?

There has been great debate in the public about the materials we use to fill teeth that have decay (cavities). There has been a movement away from amalgam fillings (metal) due to the concern for its mercury content and the health hazards a leaking filling might cause. Not to mention the appearance of the silver fillings are not the most esthetic and today patients want a solution that is both esthetic and durable. While there isn’t any concrete data to verify the toxicity of this material, many providers such as myself have chosen to not use this material due to an alternative material that is more natural-looking and just as strong. (more…)

Root Canal or Dental Implant – A Cost Benefit Analysis

January 4, 2016

Filed under: Dental Implants Blog — drasinmaz @ 1:15 pm

Should I have a root canal or a dental implant?

So you have a very deep cavity (decay) that needs more than just a filling to fix. The cavity is so deep it has reached the nerve and blood supply center of the tooth (pulp) and also has reached the root surfaces. Your dentist tells you there is good news and bad news. The good news is you can save the tooth. The bad news is it is going to require a root canal, crown lengthening surgery, a core buildup and a crown to fix it. Not only are you confused by what these treatment options mean or attempt to accomplish,  but they come with a considerable amount of investment of your time and money to correct. It can get rather expensive to save a tooth when the decay has advanced to such a severe state.


Why Do I Need a Root Canal? Does it Hurt?

October 16, 2015

Filed under: General Dentistry — drasinmaz @ 5:15 pm

A root canal procedure is one that removes the infected and/or irritated nerve tissues from inside your tooth and seals off bacteria from re-entering the tooth. It is usually necessary to perform a root canal when tooth decay has reached the nerve of the tooth or an infection has started at the root of the tooth. (more…)

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