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Implants are color matched to your natural teeth
Single and multiple implant options available
Most PPOs accepted. No Medicaid or Medicare
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Only $1995 Full Tooth. Flat Price
FREE Abutment & Crown
FREE Panoramic & CT-Scan
Bone Graft + $495
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If you are looking for an exceptional dentist in Kendall, Florida, look no further than Miami Dental Group in Kendall. We are committed to gentle dentistry, patient education and cutting-edge technology.
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Frequently Asked Questions
I'm afraid of going to the dentist, what can I do?
How often should I see the dentist?
Will I receive a quote for any recommended treatment?
What do I do if I don’t have dental insurance?
We gladly accept CareCredit, which is a popular way both our uninsured and insured patients cover their dental treatment costs.
Why do I need Dental X-rays?
Dental x-rays are necessary to look at areas that the dentist cannot see by visual exam alone, such as between the teeth and below the gum line.
Like other types of x-rays, dental x-rays are different views (i.e., bitewing, periapical, panoramic). The dentist will prescribe the view(s) needed to look for specific concerns, such as cavities between the teeth, tooth root abscesses, jaw bone loss or infection, tumors or cysts. Generally, x-rays are taken about once per year for preventive care, or as needed to evaluate a problem. Some patients require x-rays less frequently or more often depending on their history of past dental issues.
Our practice uses digital dental x-rays, with low radiation exposure. Compared to traditional dental film of the past, the exposure is significantly reduced.
Because your x-rays are digital, your dentist can zoom in on areas to talk with you about your oral health, and we are able to electronically send digital x-rays to the dental insurance company or dental specialists that are involved in your care.