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Cosmetic Dentist in Westchester

Residents of Westchester looking for an affordable dental office should consider Design a Smile, located at Bird Road and 64th Avenue in Miami. Dr. Romay and his staff of Design a Smile has been serving families in the environs for over twenty years. Design a Smile is a top notch full service dental practice that covers General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Invisalign and Sleep Apnea Dental Appliances. No matter the nature of your dental needs we are prepared to treat each case, from as simple as a dental cleaning to replacing crowns or removing a broken tooth.

Do you know that neglecting your oral and dental hygiene can lead to other serious health problems? This is why taking care of your teeth and gums is so very important. Dental visits should be done regularly to ensure that you have good dental hygiene. Aside from risking your health, overlooking your oral hygiene can lead to bad breath, tooth decay and gum diseases, which can be embarrassing and in some cases very painful. We encourage our patients to not only brush after each meal, but to practice flossing and rinsing as well. These are steps we should all take to maintain our personal and dental hygiene. At Design a Smile, Dr. Romay and his staff use the gentle and friendly approach to each patient, even if it is your first visit. We want to ensure that you feel comfortable so that you make Dr. Romay of Design a Smile, your family dentist of choice.

General and Cosmetic Dentistry in Westchester

We have found that more and more patients are visiting us requesting cosmetic dentistry. Everyone wants a healthy and beautiful smile; and they should. A warm and beautiful smile is the universal language of kindness. Maintaining healthy teeth is not so very easy and takes a lot of attention. We must watch what we eat and drink, remember to brush, floss and rinse – these we can do for ourselves at home. However, we still need to additional care of a dentist, either for general care like cleaning our teeth and gums as well as fixing chipped a tooth or removing a broken one, or straightening crocked teeth. At Design a Smile, we offer these and other services in one office; and Dr. Romay also takes care of your sleep apnea.

Our prices are affordable and we offer payment options to our patients who don’t have insurance. We offer free consultation to our first time patients. We accept all major insurance; all in an effort to help everyone get the dental care they need. Call us at (305) 667.8887 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Romay.

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Fluoride & Your Health

What is fluoride and why is it good for my teeth?

Fluoride is a natural mineral found throughout the earth’s crust and widely distributed in nature. Some foods and water supplies contain fluoride. Fluoride is absorbed easily into tooth enamel, especially in children’s growing teeth. Once teeth are developed, fluoride makes entire tooth structure more resistant to decay and promotes demineralization, which aids in repairing early decay before the damage is even visible. “Systemic” Fluoride is ingested when added to public and private water supplies, soft drinks and teas, and is available in dietary supplement form.

What’s a “topical” fluoride, and when should I use it?

“Topical” fluoride is found in products containing strong concentration of fluoride to fight tooth decay. These products, included toothpaste and mouth rinses, are applied directly to the teeth and are then expectorated or rinsed from the mouth without swallowing.  Dentist recommend brushing with fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day or after ever meal, combined with a regimen of flossing and regular dental checkups. For patients with high risk or dental caries professionally-administered topical fluorides is recommended. The topical fluoride comes as a form of gel or varnish and are applied by the dentist and left on for about four minutes, usually during cleaning treatment. Dentist may prescribe a special gel for daily home use, to be applied with or without a mouth tray for up to six weeks.