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Dental Care Group General & Cosmetic Dentistry

                 Kendall Dental Care (305)232-2227/ Miami Dental Care (305)267-3751 / Redbird Dental Care (305)665 -1176


Our Technology

We have two area locations to serve you better, Congratulations! You've come to the right place.

We know how important your smile is. It's one of the first things other people notice, and it conveys impressions about your health, social status, intelligence, and age. Not only can a beautiful smile make you look younger and healthier, it can also boost your confidence and your ability to communicate with others.

A Positive Experience

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Our operatories are equipped with the latest dental equipment like digital xrays, whitening and curing lights and laser.

Uncompromising Safety

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Infection control in our office is also very important to us. To protect our patients and ourselves, we strictly maintain sterilization and cross contamination processes using standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

High Standards

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Our operatories are equipped with the latest dental equipment like digital xrays, whitening and curing lights and laser.

Family practice

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Our patients of all ages are given caring, personal attention. A focus on preventionfrom an early age is part of how we keep your smiles healthy and beautiful.

Dental X-Rays

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Dental radiographs (x-rays) are essential, preventative, diagnostic tools that provide valuable information not visible during a regular dental exam.

Infection Control and Sterilization

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Projects we have done recently

Close attention to infection control and sterilization is part of our commitment to your safety and well being.

TECHNOLOGY

Digital radiography

The physical process for digital radiography is actually similar to traditional dental X-rays that use film: With digital radiography, your dentist inserts a sensor into your mouth to capture images of your teeth -- but that's where the similarities between conventional and digital dental X-rays end. Although it resembles the film used for bitewings and other X-rays, the digital sensor is electronic and connected to a computer. Once the X-ray is taken, the image is projected on a screen for your dentist to view.

There are several benefits to using digital radiography over traditional film X-rays:

Less Radiation -- digital X-rays use up to 90 percent less radiation than film X-rays. While conventional dental X-rays are relatively safe, digital radiography is an excellent option for those who take X-rays on a regular basis or for those who are concerned about radiation.

1010_DEXIS_Platinum.jpgShorter Dental Appointments -- With traditional dental X-rays, you'll have to wait while your dentist develops the film. With digital radiography, the sensor develops the picture almost instantly and projects it onto a computer screen right before your eyes.

Higher Quality Images -- Once on the screen, digital X-rays can be enlarged or magnified for a better visual of the tooth's structure. Brightness, contrast and color can also be adjusted, allowing us to see small cavities easier. If you need a hard copy of your X-ray, digital images can also be printed out.

Transferring Dental Records -- Digital images can be e-mailed to a dental specialist for immediate review.

Environmentally Friendly --With digital radiography, no chemicals are used to develop film.

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Interactive Patient Education System

If you're reading this, it means you know how to use technology to learn about your dental health. We now offer one more tool to help: an interactive patient education system. This type of dental technology brings the latest dental treatment information to you on the small screen -- right in our office!

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Intraoral camera

Intraoral camera is a small video camera that takes pictures of the outside of the gum or tooth. The intraoral camera resembles an oversized pen and although usage varies depending on the model-type. While simultaneously viewing a monitor, we insert the camera into a patient's mouth and gently shifts it about so that images can be taken from a variety of angles.

The intraoral camera has been, and continues to be, extremely handy both in diagnosing dental conditions such as tooth decay and cracked teeth and in educating you, the patient.

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Vizilite Plus

When caught early, oral cancer is one of the most treatable diseases - in fact, with early treatment there is a 90 percent success rate! And use of new light technology like Vizilite® Plus makes early detection of oral cancer fast, easy and pain-free. Vizilite Plus is an oral cancer detection system that identifies soft tissue abnormalities that may eventually turn into oral cancer. With the help of Vizilite Plus, we can "see" abnormal tissues that aren't visible to the naked eye.

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Biolase ezlase®

ezlase_in_hand.jpgezlase® is an advanced laser technology developed by Biolase Technology, the leader in dental lasers for over 20 years. The ezlase® creates highly concentrated light energy to treat gum and other soft tissue in the mouth safely and comfortably.

- Procedures performed using soft tissue dental lasers may not require sutures (stitches).

- Certain laser dentistry procedures do not require anesthesia.

- Laser dentistry minimizes bleeding and swelling during soft tissue treatments.

- Bacterial infections are minimized because the high-energy beam sterilizes the area being worked on.

- Damage to surrounding tissue is minimized.

- Wounds heal faster and tissues can be regenerated.


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