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We are here for you

Visit us if you want to keep your smile healthy, improve it or if you have an emergency; no matter what the situation is, count on us.

Why do they prefer us?

Modern Facilities
Offices, waiting rooms and a reception designed to make you feel comfortable.

Team of Specialists
Sufficient experience to satisfactorily meet any dental need that may arise.

Warm Service
Kindness and love are the main language that characterizes our staff.

Applied Technology
All of our assessments and treatments supported by state-of-the-art technology.

We Accept Health Insurance
We work with the main national health insurances.

More Than 20 Years of Experience

Excellent! I loved it, I'll be back soon, thanks for the first class attention. Blessings!

Francis Noemi Hernández

The Dental Spa, grateful and satisfied for the attention and professionalism offered by all its collaborators, recommended 100%.

Juan José Marte

I took my 3 and 6 year old children, and it was a very enjoyable and fun experience for them! Excellent service! We are definitely coming back ... THANK YOU ☺

Sabine Schilling

FAQ

In this section you will find relevant information that answers the most frequent questions asked by our patients.

How often should I have a cleaning?

Every 6 months, or according to the needs of each patient.

How many times a day should I brush my teeth?

It is advisable to brush your teeth 3 times a day or after each meal.

What should I do if my gum bleeds?

You should visit your dentist immediately.

What is tooth decay?

Caries is an injury to the teeth caused by a bacterial infection. Dental caries is the progressive deterioration of one or more teeth. It affects the enamel first, and then the inside of the tooth. In advanced cases, the damaged tooth must be extracted.

The cause of tooth decay is the acid produced by the metabolism of bacteria on the surface of the teeth. This metabolization is produced by a diet with an excessive level of rapidly absorbed sugar (white sugar, sweets and cakes), together with poor dental hygiene.

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Why teeth become stained?

There are several factors that influence the staining or pigmentation of teeth, such as water containing excess fluoride, dental trauma, tobacco, red wine and coffee accompanied by poor oral hygiene, intake during pregnancy or the infancy of some drugs such as tetracycline (antibiotic).

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What is halitosis?

Halitosis or bad breath is a relatively common problem in the population and according to various studies it originates in 90% of cases in the mouth. This disorder can affect interpersonal relationships and lower self-esteem
Main causes of bad breath:

Wide dental caries lesions:

When the teeth have been seriously damaged by the action of the bacteria that form dental caries (bacterial plaque), an environment is formed that is conducive to the development of a complex set of microorganisms, food debris, toxins, gingival fluids. , etc. that can cause halitosis.

Gum disease (gingival or periodontal disease): in certain cases, bad breath may be due to the presence of periodontal pockets, which are spaces that form between the root and the neck of one or more teeth, within which anaerobic bacteria develop.
Accumulation of tartar or tartar Tartar or tartar is a hard substance that is fixed to the dental surfaces that is formed by bacteria that are calcified by the action of minerals in saliva. It forms most frequently on the lingual aspect of the lower incisors and on the labial aspect of the upper molars, places closely related to the major salivary glands.

Digestive or respiratory system problems: In rare cases, bad breath can be generated from other segments of the digestive or respiratory system.

What to do if we have halitosis?

The first thing we should do if we suspect or suffer from this disease is to go to the dentist, so that he can determine whether or not we have halitosis. If that is the case, he will analyze why and will give us guidelines to improve our oral hygiene.

What is the importance of maintaining a healthy mouth?

The mouth plays a fundamental role in our general health and well-being. A healthy mouth facilitates our relationship with the world around us, since it is one of the most useful elements that we have when we are just born and during our lives, to discover the consistency and texture of things and also allows us to speak and perform different gestures and sounds with which we communicate with other people.

Its external features are part of our physical appearance. Therefore, they are important in the image we project and having a pleasant mouth favors human relationships and raises our self-esteem.

A healthy mouth is the reflection of a healthy body and a well-integrated person in society. Take care of the health of your mouth, visit the dentist at least twice a year.

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