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Straighten Your Smile and Keep Up Your Busy Schedule with Invisalign

April 11, 2018

Smiling man holding Invisalign trayThese days, it seems like even teenagers are too busy for traditional bracket and wire braces. To straighten teeth with these traditional orthodontic solutions, you’ll need to make frequent trips to see an orthodontist, make changes to your diet, and spend a lot of extra time caring for your smile. If none of this sounds ideal, there may be a better option – Invisalign clear braces. This unique alignment tray orthodontic system allows patients to straighten their smiles quickly, comfortably, and without the hassle of traditional bracket and wire braces. In this post, we’ll talk about some of the many ways Invisalign can make your orthodontic alignment more convenient.
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How Do Dental Crowns in Fort Lauderdale Work?

March 8, 2018

Filed under: Restorative Dentistry — Tags: — island_city @ 7:47 pm

dental crownDo you have a decayed or damaged tooth? Maybe you have one that is at risk for breaking or has an unusual shape? No matter the reason, your dentist may have recommended that you get dental crowns in Fort Lauderdale. If so, you have nothing to fear. Using a simple and effective procedure, you can restore the health, function, and appearance of your tooth using an option that looks natural.
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LANAP – Not Just Another Acronym!

September 7, 2017

patient receiving LANAP treatmentWhen you visit the dentist or a doctor’s office, you likely see and hear a lot of acronyms thrown around like ER, TMJ, and LANAP. However, LANAP should not just be another acronym in that list. Laser periodontal treatment means people with gum disease, excessive amounts of gum tissue, or lip and tongue tie have better options to renew or improve their oral health. LANAP treatments allow patients to receive soft tissue therapies with minimal discomfort during treatment and quick healing following the procedure.
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When Should I Visit a Ft. Lauderdale General Dentist?

August 31, 2017

Smiling woman at a dental checkupVisiting the dentist twice a year is an essential part of maintaining a whole, healthy smile for life. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends patients of all ages visit a dentist at least two times every year. These regular maintenance appointments give dentists the opportunity to partner with their patients in preventing many major oral health concerns, and treat those non-preventable issues in the earliest stages. Whether it’s been six months or six years since your last dental checkup, the Fort Lauderdale general dentist and team at Island City Dental invite you to call our office. We can’t wait to help you achieve and maintain the healthiest possible smile.
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Fort Lauderdale Dentist Offers Tips on Choosing the Best Dentist

February 17, 2017

Filed under: Preventive Dentistry — Tags: , — island_city @ 6:39 pm

Choose the best Fort Lauderdale dentist for your family. Welcome to Fort Lauderdale! That’s not only a sign at our busy airport, but it’s also an expression everyone here uses quite often to make new residents and tourists feel right at home. And right at home is exactly how you should feel when you walk into your dentist’s office. The atmosphere should be friendly, the service top-notch and the dentistry must be on the cutting-edge of technology. You’ll find all that and so much more at the practice of Fort Lauderdale dentist Dr. Robert L. Smith and Dr. Lori Albe. Read on to learn why Drs. Smith and Albe may be just right for you and your family.

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How often should you see your Fort Lauderdale dentist?

July 22, 2016

For your best smile, visit your Fort Lauderdale dentists at Island City Dental every 6 months. Prevent problems, or treat them while still small.

Dr. Robert L. Smith and Dr. Lori Albe, Fort Lauderdale dentists, say 6-month check-ups and  hygienic cleanings prevent dental problems and uncover small issues before they become costly and painful. Learn what’s involved in the best of preventive dental care. (more…)