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Why a Periodontist Should Place Your Dental Implants

 Dentists and periodontists are not the same thing. Periodontists receive additional training after dental school to focus on oral surgical techniques, such as dental implants. Therefore, if you want implants, then your best bet is to schedule an appointment with our periodontist in Miami, FL. Drs. Bradley A. Ross and Scott B. Ross have helped numerous people in the area, and you can be next.   Periodontists Lower the Risk of Complications   Studies show periodontists have a much higher rate of success when it comes to inserting implants than general dentists. The reason for this is that periodontists need to go through an extra 5,000 hours of training and education. They possess a much better understanding of potential complications and how to circumvent them.   Periodontists Can Treat Other Conditions Before Placing the Implant   Periodontists can also help patients who suffer from gum disease. A large part of their extra education focuses on ...

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Does Osteoporosis Affect Dental Health?

Osteoporosis can affect your dental health! Learn how we can help in this blog.

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Your Options to Replace Missing Teeth

For those with missing teeth, Dr. Bradley Ross discusses your options for tooth replacement, including dental implants in Miami, FL.

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5 Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

If you are seeking sedation dentistry in Miami, FL, it is important to find a skilled doctor who practices the latest sedation techniques. Drs. Bradley and Scott Ross, periodontists, understand the need for calming, gentle dental care and offer the most effective forms of sedation, including IV conscious sedation. Patients choose sedation dentistry for the many benefits it provides them when receiving their dental care.  The 5 Benefits of Sedation Dentistry 1. Relieve Dental Anxiety – Fear of the dentist is very common in many patients. With the help of sedation dentistry, you are able to relax during your appointment and not be anxious about procedures, sights, smells, or discomfort.  2. Little Memory of Treatment – For many people who have had negative dental experiences in the past, the idea of receiving care again can be frightening. With sedation dentistry, you won’t have much memory of your treatment, which means less fear the next time you visit the periodontist ...

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Ceramic Dental Implants

Dental implants come with many benefits and are an excellent way to replace missing teeth. Implants bring greater comfort than other restorations, improve the patient’s self-esteem and prevent resorption of jawbone tissue back into the body. While many implants are made out of titanium, patients should consider the advantages of ceramic dental implants in Miami, FL.   Ceramic Is Preferable for Patients Allergic to Metal   Although titanium allergies are relatively rare, a small percentage of the population does experience it, so they should avoid titanium implants at all costs. The allergic reaction occurs when ions in the metal bind to biological molecules, converting them into proteins the body may have an allergic reaction to. Patients can undergo a MELISAÒ test to determine if they have an allergy, but many patients discover they are allergic after the implant is already in place.   In the aftermath of an implant, it is paramount for patients to be on the looko ...

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L-PRF™ Accelerated Healing

Have you ever heard of L-PRF™ Accelerated Healing? Learn all about it and how it can benefit dental implant surgery.

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Consequences of Losing a Tooth QUIZ!

Do you know the consequences of tooth loss? Take our quiz to find out!

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Laser Treatment for Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious problem that can lead to loose teeth, missing teeth, a loss of bone or even heart problems.

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Caring for Your Dental Implants

Are you preparing to replace your missing teeth with dental implants? Follow these three tips to maintain them so they can last a lifetime!

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Dental Implants 101

All on 4 is an excellent soulution for people missing multiple teeth. Drs. Scott and Bradley Ross at South Florida Periodontics and Dental Implants in Miami, FL, can explain the aspects of this procedure.

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8720 N Kendall Dr Suite 103
Miami, FL 33176
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