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North Palm Beach, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Gardens & Surrounding Areas
Welcome to AMG Dental Group in North Palm Beach
Dr. Adrian Guerra and the staff at AMG Dental Group welcome you to our practice located in beautiful North Palm Beach. We are proud to provide our patients in North Palm Beach, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter with the best possible dental care. When you visit our office, your smile and oral health is our top priority.
Our dental team at Adrian Guerra, DDS is proud to offer a wide range of services, which include preventative and restorative care for your family, as well as cosmetic treatments to help you achieve your most attractive smile. We strive to provide all patients with a pleasant dental experience. Our relaxed atmosphere and amiable staff is always welcoming to patients both new and known.
Dr. Adrian Guerra, is a dentist who treats individual patients and families, including dental emergencies, in North Palm Beach, Lake Park, Juno Beach and surrounding areas. Whatever your dentistry needs, we can provide it! We are committed to earning the trust and respect of all of our patients. We look forward to meeting you and your family as we start you on the road to a healthier, happier smile!
At Adrian Guerra, DDS, we specialize in enhancing and restoring the natural beauty of your smile. We approach each treatment with your specific needs at the forefront. Our team of professionals is proud to provide each of our patients with personalized care. Using innovative dental technologies, we build beautiful, healthy smiles that last!Read More
Your smile is one of your greatest assets, and you are never at your best without it. If you are not happy with your smile due to misalignment, yellowing or discoloration, gaps, cracks, chips, or another imperfection, cosmetic dental treatment is right solution. The Adrian Guerra, DDS team can make your smile beautiful. Our goal remains the same to improve the overall look of the smile.Read More
Many adults encounter the loss of permanent teeth. Many people report losing at least one permanent tooth by the age of 40. Tooth loss can have a far reaching effect on your dental health and personal appearance. Implants are the best solution for tooth replacement. They look and function much like natural teeth. Most patients say they cannot tell the difference.Read More
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In addition Adrian Guerra, DDS, provides numerous other special offers designed to help patients enjoy quality dental care at a great price. Our specials change throughout the year, so please be sure to check in frequently to see what we have to offer. Do not forget to ask about our exclusive dental plan that can offer you huge savings on most procedures.
Even if you brush and floss regularly, plaque still accumulates on your teeth and gums. Left untreated, plaque will typically cause cavities and/or gingivitis. That is why you should have your teeth cleaned and examined by one of our dental professionals once every six months. Left unchecked, cavities develop into bigger problems that may require tooth extractions and dental implants.
What is plaque and why is it bad?
Plaque is a clear sticky film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth. As plaque collects it forms a hard layer of tartar (or calculus) particularly in hard to reach areas between teeth and near the gumline.
Bacteria found in plaque create toxic chemicals that irritate the gums. Eventually these bacteria cause the underlying bone around the teeth to be destroyed, a condition known as gum disease. Recent research suggests that gum disease is linked to other health problems including heart disease, stroke, pneumonia and some pregnancy complications.
Removal of plaque with brushing and flossing on a twice daily basis and removal of tartar by your dentist and dental hygienist is the first step in defeating gum disease. By the time gum disease begins to hurt, it may be too late. Seeing a dentist regularly can help prevent this and many other problems.
Are electric toothbrushes better than manual brushes?
If a manual toothbrush is used for the appropriate
amount of time, and done with proper technique, it can
perform just as well as a powered toothbrush. But many
people don't brush for the recommended two to three minutes. Children are also good candidates for powered brushes as their brushing habits tend to be less than optimal.
While everyone certainly does not need an electric toothbrush, in many instances they can be beneficial. Ask your dentist if you have any questions about which brush is best for you.
It's been a long time since I've visited the dentist. What do I need to do?
You're not alone! Whether it's been 6 months or 6 years, it's never too late to get back into the routine.
At our office, we can arrange for you to have a thorough and educational exam appointment. We have been taking care of people just like you for over 20 years - take advantage of our experience! We're here to help! Call today at 561-844-614 to schedule an appointment .
Why should I have my teeth cleaned twice a year?
In a perfect world everyone would brush and floss twice a day. Plaque builds up over time and this sticky bacterial film can solidify and turn into calculus or tartar. This cement-like substance is removed by the hygienist at your regular cleaning visits. A six-month interval not only serves to keep your mouth healthy and clean, it allows potential problems to be found and diagnosed earlier.
In some instances a six-month schedule in not enough. Based on your dental history, rate of calculus buildup, and pattern of decay a 3 or 4 month interval may be needed. Your dentist can work with you to determine what will be best for you.