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Aventura Dental Group and Dr. Jessica Cismas have exciting news to share. We don't want to spoil the surprise, so please pick up a copy of the October Issue of the Aventura Magazine. You will see there what is all about. It was a great pleasure to work with all the team from Aventura Magazine. If you have any questions or need a complimentary aesthetic or restorative consultation, please call us or DM us @aventuradentalgroup.

Aventura Dental Group and Dr. Jessica Cismas have very exciting news. After this Photo shoot you will soon see the results. It was such an honor to work with this prestige magazine. Thank you and look  us up in the October Issue of Aventura Magazine. For complimentary cosmetic consultations please feel free to call us at 305-935-4030 or DM us @aventuradentalgroup

This is a typical day at work. Aventura Dental Group is changing lifes and smiles for over 36 years with outstanding long term sucessful results. If you are looking for a aesthetic dentist or a cosmetic dentist in Aventura, Hallendale, Golden Beach, North Miami Beach call us righ now at 305-935-4030 and we will gladly answer all your questions.

For the month of March, Aventura Dental Group offers a complimentary cosmetic consultation for anyone who wants to get a second opinion on any cosmetic dental procedures. Our dental practice has the technical know how to tackle any kind of dental case.We improved the life and smiles of tens of thousands of patients from all over the world since 1985. NOW it's the time to experience for yourself the difference in quality and design our cosmetic dentists can provide. Our team consists of general cosmetic dentists, oral surgeons and periodontists who are always ready and capable to enhance or change somebodys smile and life at a given moment. For more information or to book a COMPLIMENTARY COSMETIC CONSULTATION DM us @aventuradentalgroup or call us directly at 305-935-4030 and you will be seen almost always the same day.

Recent research shows that the number of teeth you keep as you get older can corelate with how long you will live. The research shows a close relation between "stress" during a person's life ( economic, social, financial) to tooth loss. People, who by the age 65 loose five or more teeth are more prone to diabetes, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis which can drastically limit life expectancy.

According to the Oral Health Foundation this can be caused by trauma, poor oral health routine or smoking. Heart disease and diabetes is closely linked to gum disease. The Oral Health Foundation is strongly encouraging people to visit their dentist regularly to check for any signs of trouble that can lead to tooth loss. According to the same foundation, people who by the age of 74 have a full set of teeth, are more likely to reach the age of 100.

It is strongly advised to visit your local cosmetic dental office and get your annual oral health checkup in order to maintain your oral health.