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Apr 14

Preventative Dental Care

Weekend Dentist in Miami Provides Treatment and Preventive Care

If a dental emergency occurs do not hesitate to call emergency dentist Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, D.M.D. Visit www.drrcdental.com or call (305) 598-6665 or by beeper (305) 580-2928.

(United States, Florida, Miami) - So many factors play a role in dental health. Nutrition, medication, disease, and habits can all cause or accelerate tooth decay or gum disease. Dental health is a matter of creating a balance of naturally occurring bacteria in the mouth. The factors mentioned above can cause an influx in bacteria, which leads to accelerated damage to the tooth enamel. This can lead to infection and even tooth loss. Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, D.M.D. is a weekend dentist in Miami. He uses his extensive knowledge of oral health treatment and prevention techniques to help patients enjoy optimal dental health. He corrects dental damage (replace lost teeth, remove decay, stop enamel erosion, etc.) by using the highest quality and incredibly durable dental materials. Visit www.drrcdental.com for more information.

Weekend Dentist in Miami: Schedule a Routine Dental Exam with a Weekend Dentist in Miami

Even the busiest schedule can include a dental exam. Dr. Castaneda provides weekend dental appointments from his Miami, Florida office. His office is open for business on Saturday and Sunday from 7:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Dr. Castaneda provides family and cosmetic dentistry as well as urgent dental care. Patients in need of an emergency dentist should call (305) 598-6665 or call his beeper at (305) 580-2928. Dr. Castaneda will provide you with an emergency dentist appointment and treat the dental emergency promptly. Visit www.drrcdental.com.

Miami Weekend Dentist: Protect your Oral Health and Overall Health with a Miami Weekend Dentist

Scheduling a weekend dentist in Miami appointment is not only good for your oral health, but your overall health as well. Medical researchers have found an oral systemic connection. There is a strong relationship between oral disease and other systemic disease and medical conditions. Oral bacteria can lead to pulmonary infection, pneumonia, secondary infection in the body, and inflammation. Bacteria from the mouth can enter the blood stream and be transported throughout the body causing illness. Oral health care (hygiene) and dental exams can maintain or decrease bacteria in the mouth for health. Your dentist can also see other health concerns. Changes in oral health conditions help diagnose disease elsewhere in the body. Dry mouth can be a symptom of Diabetes, while oral lesions may be a sign of HIV. A new era of interdisciplinary dental and medical cooperation is leading to improved care for patients.

For more information about finding treatment and preventive dental care.

Contact:

Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, D.M.D.

8200 SW 117 Avenue

Suite 106

Miami, FL 33183

Phone: (305) 598-6665

Fax: (305) 580-2928

Website: www.drrcdental.com

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