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Our philosophy of dental care is defined by our personalized service to our patients. We care about what’s important to you- achieving a beautiful, healthy smile for life. Combining state-of-the-art dental technology and procedures with a friendly, attentive environment, we provide a patient experience unmatched in Miami. Finally, convenient dental care under one roof.


Regular dental check-ups are foundational to a lifetime of dental health. The main goals of these appointments are to check for cavities, to assess the health of your gums, and to clean your teeth. We specialize in modern cleanings using ultrasonic cleaning technologies. This is a more gentle and effective way to remove calculus and stains compared to traditional dental picks.


A dental filling or crown is a restoration that is specifically used to fill in an area of one or more teeth that have become decayed. Dental decay, known as a cavity, can infiltrate a tooth and cause it to become weak. Over time, the decay essentially eats into the tooth to reach the inner pulp. Before the decay is allowed to get to this point, it’s removed and replaced with a tooth-colored composite resin filling or a full porcelain crown.


A dental emergency can occur at virtually any time, regardless of how well you take care of your smile. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for many of these emergencies to leave a patient in severe pain and discomfort. For this reason, you’ll want to consider coming in for treatment as soon as you notice there’s a problem. We offer treatment in a relaxed, highly comfortable setting for patients of all ages. -Severe toothache and pain -Abscessing and infections -Broken or cracked teeth -Lost fillings, crowns or bridge work -Broken or lost appliances (dentures, night guards)


The pulp at the center of your tooth contains the nerves and blood vessels that keep your tooth healthy and viable. Tooth decay or damage, even a crack so small it could easily be missed, can allow bacteria to reach that pulp and create an infection. This infection can create discomfort and swelling and might even require a tooth extraction if it is not addressed. As important as the pulp is to the health of your smile, the structure of your tooth can survive without it. Dr. Gio can use a process known as a root canal to remove the infected pulp and the nerve. Once the pulp chamber has been thoroughly cleaned and filled with a sterile material, the tooth can be sealed or covered with a dental crown. This treatment can allow you to keep your smile intact and allow you to maintain your normal appearance and oral function.


Porcelain veneers are thin restorations that can be added to the front of your smile. They help to cover up flaws and minor imperfections that might have you feeling badly about your appearance. Veneers are made specifically for each patient, so they feel and look completely natural. You can expect the new veneers to last for about a decade before replacement is necessary.


A dental implant is specifically designed to replace a missing tooth. When a tooth falls out or is extracted, a gap is present in your smile. Over time, the underlying bone can be impacted and you may find that surrounding teeth shift out of place. Rather than wear a prosthetic appliance, a dental implant works with your body to replace that tooth.


If you’ve lost your natural teeth, complete or partial dentures can help restore your smile. Aside from improving your bite, dentures can make it easier to speak better, too.


Invisalign is a system of clear plastic aligners that are designed to straighten teeth and improve the look of your smile. It’s not uncommon for many patients to forgo orthodontic treatment simply because they don’t want metal brackets and wire braces. With Invisalign, no one will even know you’re wearing braces because of their invisible nature. Invisalign is typically quicker and easier to wear, and it’s ideal for individuals of all ages.


Yellow teeth? Your teeth will naturally begin to yellow and dull with age. However, certain lifestyle habits like smoking and drinking a lot of coffee and soda can have a significant impact on the way that your teeth look. We offer Zoom! whitening to our patients as an effective in-office treatment option. Zoom! whitening is done in under an hour and delivers dramatic, brilliant results.