Facts About Root Canal Therapy

Endodontics is a specialty branch in dentistry devoted to caring for the tissues in the innermost part of the tooth, otherwise known as the pulp. The most common treatment associated with endodontics is a root canal. If you would like to better understand of the basic facts on root canals,... Read more »

Dental Stains Caused by Tobacco Use Can Be Difficult to Improve

People who use tobacco on a frequent basis are likely familiar with the effect that tar and other chemicals can have on the appearance of their teeth. It’s also worth noting that even occasionally tobacco users can also have significant dental stains appear on the faces of their front teeth.... Read more »

The Cornerstones of Dentures

As the holiday season comes to us once more, it is important to make sure that all your teeth are accounted for. If you are missing any teeth or are scheduled for tooth extraction in the near future, it is important to think about tooth replacement therapies such as dentures.... Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Might Require Some Basic First-Aid While Seeking Professional Treatment

As hard as your tooth enamel is, there are still some things that can chip it or potentially fracture a tooth. In some of these cases, you might need to apply some basic first-aid measures while seeking treatment from a professional dentist like Dr. Rafah Abdelmonem.   If you have... Read more »

Bridge Your Smile with a Dental Bridge Today!

Want to fill and restore the full function of your smile? Fix it with a dental bridge! If you have a gap in your smile that is causing dental issues and you don’t like the look of, our dental staff here in Pembroke Pines, Florida is happy to help you... Read more »

Dental Crowns: A History of Gold

Dental crowns come in numerous different materials, one of the more popular being gold. Because gold is a malleable material nearly insusceptible to corrosion, it makes a great oral material for replacing teeth. However, golden teeth have held different appeals throughout the years, and their suitability to replacing natural teeth... Read more »

Caring For Your Teeth and Gums

Taking care of your physical body is extremely important--and this includes taking care of your teeth and gums. Here are some easy things to remember as you care for your smile. Brush: Brush your teeth twice a day, every day, for 2 minutes each time. If you have a hard... Read more »

Watch for These Signs of Bruxism

Sleep bruxism, an ailment where you clench your teeth too tightly during sleep, can cause jaw disorders, headaches and damaged teeth. Unfortunately, self-diagnosing bruxism can be tricky – identifying a disease that manifests itself while you sleep isn’t easy. For this reason, look out for the symptoms below to see... Read more »

What You Need to Know About the Mouth-Body Connection

The Mouth-Body Connection Germs and other bacteria can spread from the mouth to other areas of the body through the blood stream. The reverse is also true. Because of this, the health of your mouth affects your body and the health of your body affects your mouth. If your immune... Read more »

All You Need to Know About Canker Sores

Sometimes your oral cavity can be a mystery, especially if you don't know much about it. One thing that can be mysterious is a canker sore. This small, shallow ulcer typically forms in the mouth and causes irritating pain. To help you know a little more, Dr. Abdelmonem, Dr. Azadi,... Read more »