Located right in the center of Miami, our practice has the pleasure of treating patients from all areas of Miami, Coral Gables, Kendall, Hialeah, Doral and Miami Beach are committed to the most up-to-date dental procedures, yet have not forgotten that patient comfort is our primary responsibility. We offer a wide range of general dentistry services and are conveniently open early in the morning. Our staff is not only friendly, but trained to the highest standards available in Miami.
It is our mission to exceed expectations by providing exceptional dental care to our patients and at the same time, building relationships of trust with them. We are passionate about what we do and we want our patients to feel confident that they will receive the best care dentistry has to offer.
Our vision is to provide our patients with a dental experience that will promote a lifelong relationship built on trust, confidence, quality of work, and exceptional patient care.
It is our vision to strive to remove barriers that seem to get in the way when it comes to a patient’s ability to maintain a healthy smile. Our team is constantly working to discover new ways to break through these barriers so that each and every one of our patients can achieve the smile they deserve!
Even if you’ve neglected your dental health and are embarrassed about the condition of your teeth, we can help you get back on track by correcting any dental problems you might have. Our goal is to give you a smile you’ll be proud to flash.
During your first dental exam at Palm Dental Center, your dentist will look for signs of tooth decay, teeth grinding, bone loss, oral cancer, periodontal (gum) disease, and x rays if you need it.
We pride ourselves on making our patients feel relaxes and comfortable. And we welcome any questions you might have. Many of our patients have been trusting us with their dental health for years. We want to develop that kind of relationship with you as well.
Professional teeth cleanings remove the nasty plaque and calculus that causes cavities. Plaque is a sticky film of bacteria that clings to your teeth every time you eat or drink. The bacteria in plaque transforms sugars in food and beverages to produce acids that erode your tooth enamel. That erosion process is called dental decay and the result is a cavity.
The American Dental Association guidelines recommend both adults and children have routine teeth cleaning performed every six months – or at every regular office visit. If you have gum disease, you may need more frequent cleanings (about every three to four months) or in-depth cleaning to help prevent the disease from progressing.
We will remove only the decayed area of your tooth and fill it with a tooth-colored material called a composite filling.
Composite fillings look natural, resist fracture, and chemically bond to your tooth, actually making it stronger. The dental fillings have come a long way since the days when healthy tooth enamel had to be drilled away to make room for those silver or white-colored fillings. Dental fillings now are one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to repair a teeth damaged by decay.
A root canal treatment, which is also called root canal therapy or can be simply referred to as a root canal, is used to eliminate infection from the pulp of a tooth. The pulp chamber is the space inside the tooth that contain nerves, blood vessels, and other cellular structures. The pulp stretches from the center of the tooth down through the roots. Root canal treatment is one of the most widely used methods to preserve a person’s teeth so they don’t need to be extracted.
A dental crown acts as a cap for your tooth. It’s made of dental porcelain that matches the shape, color, translucency, and feel of your other teeth. It completely covers a damaged tooth down to the gums, strengthening the underlying tooth and restoring its normal function.
Both crowns and fillings are good options to repair and restore damaged teeth. But if your tooth needs to be extracted, or if one of your teeth is already missing, you can fill that space with a dental bridge to reestablish your smile and your bite.
Emergency dental services provide immediate relief from symptoms and treatment for sudden dental injuries and illnesses that occur without warning. Getting urgent dental care is also important for stopping the progression of minor problems, such as tooth extraction, repair of tooth chips or cracks, restoration of dental crowns and fillings, treatment for dental infections, abscessed Tooth, and more...
A denture provides a solution for missing teeth by replacing them with imitation teeth and gum tissue. This dental appliance enhances the wearer’s appearance by providing a supporting structure for the cheeks and lips. A denture also helps you to speak and chew correctly.
Veneers improve the overall look of your teeth by fixing color, size, shape, and spacing. dingy or yellow teeth make you shy about your smile, you’re not alone. That morning cup of coffee or tea, smoking, certain medications, and even aging all take a toll on our teeth after a while. But if your teeth are no longer as white as you’d like or if you’re self-conscious about a chipped tooth or slightly misaligned teeth – porcelain veneers can bring back your smile’s beauty and boost your confidence.
Teeth whitening can give you a bright, beautiful smile in less than an hour. It’s one of the fastest and most affordable methods of cosmetic dentistry and removes years of stains and tooth discoloration essentially in minutes.
Whichever treatment you choose provides dramatic results, especially when applied after a teeth cleaning. A professional cleaning removes any bacteria or food particles that can contribute to tooth stains or interfere with the treatment. It’s the perfect way to make sure you start with a smooth surface so you can get the best results.
We will evaluate the troublesome tooth and can advise you on whether the damaged tooth should be removed.
Pulling a tooth is also called a tooth removal or a tooth extraction. Whatever phrase you choose to use, it’s a common and simple procedure. Teeth are attached to the jaw bone by fibers called periodontal ligaments. By carefully manipulating a tooth, our dentists can detach these ligaments and extract the tooth.
285 NW 27th Ave Suite 21
Miami, FL 33125
Monday – Friday 10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday 9AM – 2PM