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The Importance of Regular Dental Check-Ups for Children

Posted on December 16, 2018

Even if your child still has their baby teeth or have started growing their permanent teeth, keeping your child’s teeth healthy in every stage during their development is the most important reason to keep their overall health in excellent condition. At Jacaranda Smiles, we believe that it is not ever too early for your child… Read more »


How to Tell if Your Child is Suffering from Gum Disease

Posted on December 1, 2018

Part of caring for your child’s oral health is looking after the health of their gums. Because gingivitis (the early stage of gum disease) develops very progressively, it’s important to be aware of certain symptoms of the disease in order to have it treated at Jacaranda Smiles before it can spread to other tissues such… Read more »


What Happens When You Have a Cavity

Posted on November 16, 2018

Most people have heard of cavities, and may have even had a few, but they might not understand exactly what causes them or how they’re treated. At Jacaranda Smiles, we aim not only to maintain oral health, but to educate the patients of Plantation and Pembroke, FL on how to take care of their teeth… Read more »


Talking With Your Child About Braces

Posted on November 1, 2018

Orthodontists estimate that at least 45% of youths will need braces at some point in their lives. With such a large probability that your child will need braces, you may wonder what you need to communicate to your child after they get theirs. Youths often suffer from feelings of self-consciousness with their image. Getting braces… Read more »


How to Choose An Orthodontist: What You Need To Know

Posted on October 22, 2018

Finding the perfect orthodontist for your situation is vital as appointments are a regular occurrence throughout orthodontic treatments. However, how can you choose the perfect orthodontist to fit all your needs? Continue reading on to learn what you need to know on choosing an orthodontist. If you are not sure how to choose an orthodontist,… Read more »


What Causes a Gap in Your Front Teeth?

Posted on October 8, 2018

Diastema, commonly called tooth gap, is a medical condition wherein a space in between teeth happens and usually occurs between the two upper front teeth. For some people, having a gap-toothed smile could be a cause of distress, but for others, it might be no big deal. We will discuss some causes of front-tooth gaps…. Read more »


9 Reasons Why You Should get a Whiter Teeth

Posted on September 19, 2018

The stereotypical beautiful smile: a set of gleaming white teeth. Ever considered getting yours whitened? Not yet sure it’ll be worth it? Just get your teeth whitened if you haven’t done so already. And oh yes, it’s worth it. Here are the reasons:  Appearance Reverse long-term teeth discoloration caused by the effects of dark liquids… Read more »


Where can I Find a Biological Dentist?

Posted on September 4, 2018

Our team at Jacaranda Smiles truly understands what it means to fully protect families from harm while keeping their mouths and bodies healthy. We take into consideration all the health factors prior to recommending a specific procedure to our patients. Many clinics throughout the country don’t understand the risks of using amalgam fillings and the… Read more »


Give Your Child’s Permanent Teeth needed Space They Need

Posted on August 27, 2018

Many parents may not know it, but baby teeth are important: they serve as guides for permanent teeth. When baby teeth fall out prematurely, the surrounding teeth may crowd out the space left by the missing tooth leaving little or no room for the permanent teeth. Some children expectedly lose one or more baby teeth… Read more »


The Importance of Dental Examinations & Cleanings

Posted on August 14, 2018

At Jacaranda Smiles, with locations in Pembroke Pines and Plantation, FL we believe that prevention is one of the best tools to prevent dental complications. We recommend that each of our little patients visit us for routine dental cleanings and examinations at least twice a year. Visiting your dentist routinely can reduce risk of tooth… Read more »


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