Aida M. Lopez Dental Spa presents clients with more opportunities to experience a beautiful smile than the typical dental practice. Though the staff completes routine checkups, they focus on comprehensive cosmetic care, relying on ultramodern technology?such as laser-hair removal, skin tightening, and more?to restore and enhance more than just smiles. Radiant and relaxed grins spread across the faces of guests who enjoy spa services ranging from facials and massages to Botox and other dermal fillers. All of the treatments serve the clinic's greater mission to impart clients with more confidence than a fairy-tale prince after he successfully scales the castle tower but before he realizes it's just the pigeon coop.
Dr. Sylvan Fain knows that technology is constantly changing. That's why he furthers his dental education—which includes a doctor of dental surgery degree from University of Western Ontario and training at Nova Southeastern University—by completing regular courses in cosmetic, restorative, implant, and sedation dentistry. As part of that pledge, his office has been equipped with the latest advancements, including low-radiation digital x-ray equipment, and patients can find an array of state-of-the-art services ranging from Zoom teeth whitening and clear Invisalign braces to veneers that, like M&M's of the future, feature a thin shell made of porcelain or ceramic.
The highly trained dental do-gooders at Taylor Orthodontics investigate inconsistencies in oral architecture and meticulously fashion mouths with a variety of state-of-the-art orthodontic technologies. An initial exam, including panoramic and cephalometric x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment. The Invisalign process ($2,000–$8,000) eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. Incognito braces implement computer-aided design technology and robotic wire bending to shape 100% customizable brackets, form-fitted and placed behind the teeth, and traditional metal, colored, and clear-ceramic braces strive to straighten out teeth with their traditional tough love.
For more than two decades, Dr. Lilian Gonzalez and her team of specialists at Dental American Group have cared for teeth using the latest equipment and techniques. The crew—which includes an orthodontist, a periodontist, an endodontist, and oral surgeons—performs services ranging from practical to cosmetic. Doctors may straighten smiles with braces, or replace missing teeth with dental implants. Wrinkle-relaxing Botox injections are also available, leaving faces youthful enough to re-grow their baby teeth.
Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai grew up in France, Venezuela, and Israel, before finally settling down to practice dentistry in Miami. That means he's fluent in four languages: French, Spanish, Hebrew, and English. Five languages, actually, if you count the secret language of teeth. He's trained rigorously in a variety of dental fields. He and his team administer routine cleanings and x-rays, but he can also straighten teeth with orthodontic solutions such as Invisalign, and replace teeth with dental implants, rather than just tooth-shaped marshmallows. What's more, he shares his services generously with the community; he has been volunteering monthly at a free dental clinic for the past decade.
When they're examining teeth, the trio of dentists at Premiere Dental Care Center aren't just thinking about the mouth?they're thinking about the rest of the patient, too. That's because they recognize the relationship between oral health and the body. During consultations, they explain how stress can cause cavities, plaque can lead to heart problems, and loose lips can sink ships. Then they meticulously examine teeth in search of decay and other ailments, taking into account activities that can impede oral health, such as smoking.