At Sunny Isles Dental, Dr. George Georgiev helms a dedicated team to stave off and repair all manner of mouth-related issues. Their first and foremost priority is preventative procedures?including dental exams and oral cancer screenings?that keep chompers in top condition. They also perform restorative treatments, such as implants and crowns, and address cosmetic concerns with teeth-whitening treatments and porcelain veneers. To help people overcome their fears of going to the dentist, they specialize in anxiety-free dentistry with nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation.
Before Dr. Arun Garg was tending to patients at the Center for Complete Dentistry, he spent 20 years as a full-time professor and the director of the residency training program at the University of Miami School of Medicine. He decided to leave in order to put his extensive knowledge into practice every day.
The doctor, who has authored five textbooks in his field and who has developed numerous dental techniques of his own, strives to keep his office at the forefront of the industry. So, he uses such technology as a cone-beam CT scanner that takes facial scans. This allows Dr. Garg to be as precise with his implants as the parachuter who places the star on top of the Times Square Christmas tree is with his jump.
Drs. Andrew Forrest and Juan Alberto met at the University of Florida's College of Dentistry, where they were studying periodontics and prosthodontics, respectively. After graduating over ten years ago, they started Premier Dental Group and began recruiting dentists to join their staff. Together, the group of six professionals collectively speaks five languages and provides an array of modern dentistry services, specializing in cosmetic, restorative, orthodontic, and implant dentistry. Premier Dental Group boasts two prosthodontists, an orthodontist, a periodontist, and two general dentists, all focused on providing personalized care and providing oral health information.
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.
North Miami Beach Dental?s dentists have been polishing teeth for more than two decades. Dentists open the doors at 8 a.m. Monday through Saturday to ensure appointments for even the busiest of workers, whether they're scheduled for bridges, basic checkups, or laser teeth whitening. In addition, Tooth Fairy Mobile, the practice's mobile branch, sends a team of dentists, dental hygienists, and skilled smile complimenters with all the equipment necessary to perform on-location services for seniors.