Julio HernandezWeblog: www.biscaynedentalgroup.com
First Published: May 27, 2011 / Last Published: Feb 25, 2012
Celebrated as the grand-architect behind some of South Florida's most brilliant smiles, Dr. Julio Hernandez has over a decade of experience in cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics and prosthodontic services. A graduate of the University of Florida, Dr. Hernandez is also a member of The American Dental Association, the International Association of Orthodontics, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Renowned for his work with Smile Lifts, a procedure in which a smile is specifically customized for a client using veneers and/or crowns, Dr. Hernandez's expertise also extends to Invisalign® Orthodontics, Dental Implants, Bonding, and Laser Teeth Whitening. Whether he is contouring, whitening, reshaping or restoring teeth, Dr. Hernandez believes that long-lasting smiles are achieved through a balance of art and science and that customization is a key ingredient to his success.
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February 25, 2012
Why Straight Teeth?
We can all assume that straight teeth look better. Most patients seeking orthodontic treatment actually do so for esthetic reasons because they want a nicer smile.
August 1, 2011
Women's Health Issues- Part 4: Oral Changes in the Aging Population
Our aging population presents with certain challenges in regards to their dental treatment.
June 23, 2011
Women's Dental Health - Part 3: The Reproductive Years
The reproductive years mark a distinctive period in a women's life. Many oral changes occur during this time that women should be aware of.
May 31, 2011
Oral Health Changes in Puberty
As mentioned in part 1 of our story, puberty brings a new set of challenges to oral health especially for girls. The surge of hormones, specifically estrogen & progesterone, cause a change in the bacterial flora found in the oral environment*.
May 27, 2011
Women’s Dental Health – Part 1: Child Growth & Development
It is a common misconception that parents should wait until kids get all their permanent teeth before having an orthodontic consultation.