Our office is conveniently located at 1900 North Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL, 33132. Most importantly, we have a caring staff supervised by dentists whose first priority is the best care of our patients. We have a holistic, biologically compatible philosophy.
We are proud to offer cosmetic dentistry to address aesthetic needs of our patients and deliver the highest quality treatments for patients who seek increased confidence in their smile – family, work and social occasions are best enjoyed with beautiful teeth. From the simplest dental treatments to complex cases where complete mouth rehabilitation is necessary, our cosmetic dentist is here to help you look great, function better and enjoy the confidence that you deserve.Make an Appointment
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Dr. Suarez is a proud member of the American Dental Association and the Florida Dental Association
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A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.
The ideal candidate for a dental implant is in good general and oral health. Adequate bone in your jaw is needed to support the implant, and the best candidates have healthy gum tissues that are free of periodontal disease.
As you know, your own teeth require conscientious at-home oral care and regular dental visits. Dental implants are like your own teeth and will require the same care. In order to keep your implant clean and plaque-free, brushing, flossing, and regular visits to our implant dentist still apply!
Orthodontics is a specialization within the field of dentistry that requires additional training and certification. Orthodontic treatment involves correcting malocclusion, which is the misalignment of a bite or incorrect spacing between teeth. This is usually accomplished through the use of orthodontic braces or clear aligners such as Invisalign.
Straighter teeth give you more than a great smile—they also help to reduce your risk for tooth decay and gum disease. If left untreated by a dentist, tooth decay and gum disease can cause mouth sores, tender or bleeding gums, bad breath and possible tooth loss.
If you need orthodontic treatment, chances are Invisalign braces can help. Invisalign can treat a wide range of cases. The teeth-straightening process will vary from person to person, but the basic idea stays the same. Your orthodontist will take x-rays, pictures and impressions of your teeth, and then use that information to create a treatment plan. You’ll receive a series of custom aligners that you’ll change about every two weeks. Over time, your teeth will gently and gradually shift into place.
On average, Invisalign clear braces cost somewhere between $3,500 and $8,000, with a national average of $5,000. That’s comparable to the cost of most traditional orthodontic braces, and if your dental insurance company covers braces, they may similarly cover the cost of Invisalign. If your insurance provider doesn’t cover braces, and you’re concerned about paying the full amount up front, you might be able to arrange a payment plan with your provider.
Traditional orthodontic braces tend to be unsightly and uncomfortable, and they make it difficult to keep your teeth clean during orthodontic treatment. Invisalign clear aligners help you to stay confident and comfortable throughout the teeth-straightening process. They’re also removable and wire-free, so it’s easier to maintain proper oral hygiene and not worry about getting food stuck in hard-to-reach areas.
If you need orthodontic treatment, but you’re worried about how braces will look, don’t worry. Invisalign can treat many cases, and uses nearly invisible aligners that won’t show up in school photos or interfere with sports. You can also remove them to brush and floss to maintain good oral hygiene. And if you accidentally lose an aligner, there’s no need to worry. You get up to six free replacements.
Wearing orthodontic braces as an adult can be uncomfortable. Invisalign uses clear, removable aligners, which means you can take them out for special occasions and still look and feel like an adult during the orthodontic treatment process. Invisalign can treat a wide variety of cases and, if your insurance plan covers the cost of orthodontic braces, it may similarly cover the cost of Invisalign.
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Restore Youth to your smile with Botox® and Dermal Fillers.
We've always been here to help with maintaining healthy teeth and gums, but there is more to accomplishing a dream smile than great teeth. As a member of the International Academy of Facial Esthetics, Dr. Suarez offers Botox®, Dysport® and Dermal Fillers, to give you the smile you want.
While many people think of Botox® as a way to remove wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, it has several additional uses for treating your smile. Botox® is a muscle relaxer, which can provide relief for patients with TMJ pain, facial pain, teeth grinding and clenching, migraine headaches, and high lip lines
that result in their gums showing when they smile. For many patients, Botox® provides a minimally invasive and fast acting solution for symptoms that might otherwise require extensive treatment or surgery.
Dermal Fillers (such as Juvedern®, Restylane® or Radiesse®) are used to restore volume to the area around the mouth. Dermal Fillers give lips fullness, erase the downward frown lines at the corners of the mouth, as well as wrinkles/creases in cheek areas. In addition to restoring a more youthful appearance to your smile, dermal fillers are useful in treating high lip lines uneven lips.
Reconstructive dentistry refers to the set of procedures designed to replace missing teeth, repair damaged teeth, correct improperly seated jaw joints and faulty bites, address jawbone and gum damage, replace worn-out dental work, and, in some cases, treat diseases of the mouth.
Each of these dental reconstruction procedures may be performed independently, but when multiple oral health problems exist, full mouth reconstruction may be advised.
Also known as full mouth restoration, full mouth reconstruction can include any combination of the following:
A patient who has multiple oral health problems affecting most or all of the teeth and supporting tissues in the mouth will almost certainly be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. Patients who require more extensive oral surgery procedures should be healthy enough to receive local or general anesthesia.
Cases that involve multiple oral health problems can be addressed through an appropriate combination of dental procedures. The cost of full mouth reconstruction can therefore vary widely from patient to patient.
Full mouth reconstruction will address gum disease, decay, bacteria, plaque, calculus (tartar), and old dental work, all of which can contribute to bad breath and poor oral health. Removing these stumbling blocks will significantly improve oral health.
Silver Filling: a mixture of mercury and silver alloy powder that forms a hard solid metal filling. Self-hardening at mouth temperature. Some silver fillings contains up to 50% mercury. It has been used in Dentistry for the past 150 years. It tends to darken in color over time and is believed by many people to be a health risk because of the rich mercury content.
Composite resin filling: a mixture of sub-micron glass filler and acrylic that forms a solid tooth-colored restoration. Self- or light-hardening at mouth temperature. Most dental insurance plans cover their use. There’s no risk of exposure to mercury since composite resin fillings contain no mercury or any toxic metal.
Clifford Materials Reactivity Testing (CMRT) is a laboratory screening process used to help identify existing sensitivity problems to various chemical groups and families of compounds in an individual patient. This process is currently being implemented in the CMRT Dental Test. After a patient’s test has been completed, the patient’s reactivity test results are compiled in a report. The Clifford Consulting & Research is currently reporting on over 11,000 trade-named dental products and 94 chemical groups and families. They are also added a Orthopedic panel reporting on over 3,900 trade-named products for surgical applications.
In modern society we one in contact with many substances every day in the food we eat, the products we use and the treatments we receive.
Because each of us possesses a unique biochemistry, these substances effect each of us differently and in varying degrees. For some, the effects of certain substances (and their corrosion by products) can be toxic and hazardous, and may result in serious health problems. A substance which causes little or no reaction in one individual can prove harmful to another.
Since these effects may vary in each of us, it is vital that these factors be considered when choosing dental and other materials for use in the body, especially in patients with special or unique health concerns.
Clifford Materials Reactivity Testing (CMRT) provides dentists and physicians with extensive information about their patient’s individual sensitivities so that least offensive materials can be chosen and used in their treatments.
CMRT is not merely based upon the body’s response to biomaterials themselves, but also upon response to corrosion byproducts of those materials. These byproducts are generated at various rates as the materials decompose or break down in the body. It is these products of decomposition that the body must deal with and which are most likely to cause untoward health effects and toxic conditions. The body produces systemic antibodies against challenging antigens and will maintain an immunologic record of the components or chemical families which have proven offensive and which can b observed by CRMT.
Each year, cardiovascular disease kills more Americans than cancer. And while most people are aware that lifestyle choices such as eating right, getting enough exercise and quitting smoking can help prevent cardiovascular disease, they may not know that by just brushing and flossing their teeth each day, they might also be avoiding this potentially lethal condition.
Periodontal diseases range from simple gum inflammation to serious disease that results in major
damage to the soft tissue and bone that support the teeth. In the worst cases, teeth are lost.
Whether your gum disease is stopped, slowed, or gets worse depends a great deal on how well you care for your teeth and gums every day, from this point forward.
Our mouths are full of bacteria. These bacteria, along with mucus and other particles, constantly form a sticky, colorless “plaque” on teeth. Brushing and flossing help get rid of plaque. Plaque that is not removed can harden and form “tartar” that brushing doesn’t clean. Only a professional cleaning by a dentist or dental hygienist can remove tartar.
The longer plaque and tartar are on teeth, the more harmful they become. The bacteria cause inflammation of the gums that is called “gingivitis.” In gingivitis, the gums become red, swollen and can bleed easily. Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can usually be reversed with daily brushing and flossing, and regular cleaning by a dentist or dental hygienist. This form of gum disease does not include any loss of bone and tissue that hold teeth in place.
When gingivitis is not treated, it can advance to “periodontitis” (which means “inflammation around the tooth”). In periodontitis, gums pull away from the teeth and form spaces (called “pockets”) that become infected. The body’s immune system fights the bacteria as the plaque spreads and grows below the gum line. Bacterial toxins and the body’s natural response to infection start to break down the bone and connective tissue that hold teeth in place. If not treated, the bones, gums, and tissue that support the teeth are destroyed. The teeth may eventually become loose and have to be removed.
Symptoms of gum disease include:
The main goal of periodontal disease treatment is to control the infection. The number and types of treatment will vary, depending on the extent of the gum disease. Any type of treatment requires that the patient keep up good daily care at home. The doctor may also suggest changing certain behaviors, such as quitting smoking, as a way to improve gum disease treatment outcome.
The dentist removes the plaque through a deep-cleaning method called scaling and root planing. Scaling means scraping off the tartar from above and below the gum line. Root planing gets rid of rough spots on the tooth root where the germs gather, and helps remove bacteria that contribute to the disease. In some cases a laser may be used to remove plaque and tartar. This procedure can result in less bleeding, swelling, and discomfort compared to traditional deep cleaning methods.
Medications may be used with treatment that includes scaling and root planning, but they cannot always take the place of surgery. Depending on how far the disease has progressed, the dentist or periodontist may still suggest surgical treatment. Long-term studies are needed to find out if using medications reduces the need for surgery and whether they are effective over a long period of time. Listed on the next page are some medications that are currently used.
Flap Surgery: Surgery might be necessary if inflammation and deep pockets remain following treatment with deep cleaning and medications. A dentist or periodontist may perform flap surgery to remove tartar deposits in deep pockets or to reduce the periodontal pocket and make it easier for the patient, dentist, and hygienist to keep the area clean. This common surgery involves lifting back the gums and removing the tartar. The gums are then sutured back in place so that the tissue fits snugly around the tooth again. After surgery the gums will heal and fit more tightly around the tooth. This sometimes results in the teeth appearing longer.
Since each case is different, it is not possible to predict with certainty which grafts will be successful over the long-term. Treatment results depend on many things, including how far the disease has progressed, how well the patient keeps up with oral care at home, and certain risk factors, such as smoking, which may lower the chances of success.
In some studies, researchers have observed that people with gum disease (when compared to people without gum disease) were more likely to develop heart disease or have difficulty controlling blood sugar. Other studies showed that women with gum disease were more likely than those with healthy gums to deliver preterm, low birth weight babies. But so far, it has not been determined whether gum disease is the cause of these conditions.
There may be other reasons people with gum disease sometimes develop additional health problems. For example, something else may be causing both the gum disease and the other condition, or it could be a coincidence that gum disease and other health problems are present together.
More research is needed to clarify whether gum disease actually causes health problems beyond the mouth, and whether treating gum disease can keep other health conditions from developing.
In the meantime, it’s a fact that controlling gum disease can save your teeth – a very good reason to take care of your teeth and gums.
If you've spent a long time living with mouth pain or feeling insecure about some missing teeth, isn't it time to make a change? Full mouth reconstruction will not only help you feel better about how you look, it'll also improve your dental health. That's because full mouth reconstruction doesn't just replace missing or broken teeth. It also restores the function of your jaw and gums, the supporting structure of your mouth. The end result is a mouth that looks and works the way you need it to!
Full mouth reconstruction combines multiple restorative, neuromuscular and cosmetic procedures. The goal is to restore not only the look of your teeth but also the structure and function. Why? Each of these things affects the other. For example, a broken tooth can cause a problem with your bite. This can lead to difficulty chewing, which creates wear on your teeth. This wear can then lead to jaw and neck soreness, headaches, even migraines.
There are several reasons why your teeth might be in bad shape, including neglect, injury and preventive dental care that has worn down and requires replacement. Full mouth restoration may be recommended if you:
Each full mouth reconstruction is unique. Dr Suarez will evaluate the health of your teeth, gums and jaw. The overall look of your teeth is the final consideration in developing your dental treatment plan. Full mouth reconstruction will involve several treatments. Dr Suarez may recommend one or more of the following, depending on your specific situation:
As you might have guessed, the process takes time. It isn't uncommon for a full mouth reconstruction to take at least a year to complete. Dr Suarez, though, can complete your treatment between 2 to 4 weeks.
Once Dr Suarez determines what procedures you need, you will set up treatment phases and establish a time frame for completing care. With the amount of work involved in a full mouth reconstruction, it's natural to feel overwhelmed. Not only can mouth reconstruction be expensive, but it will undoubtedly involve several treatments.
A white bright smile can be a confidence booster and a great way to get noticed. Depending on our everyday choices, we may not have the smile we always wanted. Wine, smoking, tea, soda and other foods and beverages can cause teeth staining.
There are numerous types of teeth stains; some are genetic, environmental or pharmacological in nature. The most common are surface stains on the enamel or beneath the enamel in the dentin. Surface stains are caused by foods, beverages and lifestyle behaviors, like smoking. Over time, surface stains may penetrate the enamel and change the color of the dentin, which darkens the overall appearance of the tooth due to the translucency of the enamel layer. When this occurs, the tooth often appears yellow.
There are many whitening options, from OTC toothpastes, rinses and strips, to professionally supervised solutions such as Philips Zoom in-office and take-home whitening.
Certain products may remove surface stains by using abrasion or through a chemical reaction. Whitening toothpastes may contain silica molecules that polish the enamel. Rechargeable toothbrushes such as Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean use the action of the bristles on the tooth surface to remove the stains.
Whitening products including hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, which cause a chemical reaction that breaks apart the carbon bonds that create yellow stains. Once the bonds are broken, they no longer reflect a yellow color.
As you would with any product you use on your body, be sure to follow the teeth whitening directions carefully. Some whitening products can irritate your gums or cause undue sensitivity if used improperly or too often.
The safest way to whiten your teeth is under the supervision of your dental professional who will assess your overall oral health, the health of your teeth and know the history of your teeth.
For example, if your dental professional knows that you are prone to sensitivity, she may recommend a gentle formulation to ensure you get the results you are looking for with a treatment that you will enjoy.
Philips Zoom is a professional solution only available at your dental professional's office. During the consultation with your dental professional, she may recommend a solution that best fits your needs, your lifestyle and your budget.
Dr Suarez will give you instructions for care before and after your treatment. There are several options to maintain your white smile, including: Philips Zoom DayWhite Touch-up take-home whitening, Philips Zoom Whitening Pen and Philips Sonicare DiamondClean electric toothbrush.
PRP is a natural product created from your own body. A small amount of blood is drawn from you and placed in a sterile tube that is spun down in a centrifuge to separate the different components of the blood. Red and white blood cells are divided from the platelets and the plasma (the clear fluid). This plasma now contains a higher than normal number of platelets and is called platelet rich plasma, or PRP.
Platelets are the cells in the blood that help tissue to heal and grow new cells. The PRP, injected into specific areas of the skin, act as a matrix that promotes your own collagen to grow, regenerates tissue, and thus acts as to naturally smooth and tighten the skin. In this way, PRP softens wrinkles and creating smoother skin texture and tone.
PRP has a long history of being used in orthopedic medicine, dentistry,and reconstructive surgery, and now its benefits are being applied to other fields of medicine such as dermatology, skin wound healing, and cosmetic facial rejuvenation. Scientific studies dating back 30 years have documented that PRP grows new collagen when injected into the skin, and newer studies show that PRP can soften sun damage and aging skin issues.
Hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane and Juvederm, are composed of solid material that fills lines and skin folds. These fillers are indicated to soften deeper lines such as the folds around the mouth area, or to plump lips. They usually last from 6-18 months; repeated treatments are required to fill the area again.
PRP stimulates your own collagen to grow for total facial rejuvenation rather than individual wrinkle improvement. PRP is used for volumizing faces that are beginning to look drawn, to plump out cheek indentations, soften under eye hollows , improve the skin tone, tightness, and texture, and fill in areas where hyaluronic acid fillers cannot reach or are not safe to use.
Restylane and Juvederm can be used with PRP as the two types of treatments are meant for different purposes; they supplement each other to give the best final outcome of a more youthful looking face. Restylane and Juvederm fill specific lines and folds; PRP improves overall volume, fullness, and skin tone. PRP acts to improve overall quality, tightness, and texture of the skin rather than filling individual deeper wrinkles.
A small amount of blood will be drawn from you. While the PRP is being prepared, your skin will be cleansed and prepared for the treatment. The injections take a few moments, and are only mildly uncomfortable. The procedure is quick (15 minutes total), relatively painless, and requires no post procedure care or time off from daily events. Mild swelling, redness, or bruising fade within 1-3 days. The PRP is made from your own cells, virtually eliminating the possibility of negative side effects.
The goal of PRP skin rejuvenation therapy is to improve skin tone and texture, tighten skin, soften lines and pores. Results begin to show 3-4 weeks after the treatment session and continue to improve with time. Three treatment sessions are generally recommended, spaced 1-2 months apart, to achieve the best outcome.
PRP therapy can be combined with laser treatments, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, Restylane, Juvederm, BOTOX® Cosmetic, and/or Dysport® to best target a patient's unique issues and thus achieve the final goal of younger looking skin. Maintenance PRP treatments should be given over time.
I have been a patient of Dr Suarez for several years and I couldn’t be happier with the experience. RENATO TOVAR
I would highly recommend Dr. Tatiana Suarez to anyone wishing to enhance their physical appearance or smile.
First, I love being a dentist in Miami. I love changing people’s smiles to provide them with more confidence. I love the science and I love the artistry.
I was born in Brazil, and began my studies there. I first graduated as a Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from UMESP, São Paulo University in Brazil, in 2000. During a visit to Miami, I learned about holistic dentistry and how important the connection of the mouth to the rest of the body is. Since then, dentistry has become my passion. I use this philosophy to help people in living a healthier and less toxic life.
Ten years after I finished dental school, I decided to move to Florida, attending the dental school at Nova Southeastern University, and earned a second dental degree, a Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.). Ever since, I obtained my Florida licensing and I have been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry and helping adults and kids to achieve a healthy smile!!!
Please enjoy our website and feel free to schedule an appointment with our dental clinic in Miami for a consultation to learn how we can help you maintain your teeth and achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Originally from La Havana Cuba, Daneisys came to the United States in 1995. Shortly after she graduated high school in Florida she attended Florida International University and the University of Miami. During her 4 years at FIU, she Majored in Business Administration and minored in Accounting.
Daneisys has been working in the dental field for over 10 years’ experience managing dental offices in South Florida.
She is now the manager of Tatiana Suarez’s dental office; Center for Excellence in Dentistry, where she overseas sales, accounting, customer service, finances, and dental procedures.
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