North Miami Dental practice delivers high quality oral care and protection

North Miami Dental practice delivers high quality oral care and protection

Fain Dental Arts has been proudly serving the North Miami community for many years. As a general family practice, we offer comprehensive dental care for all ages. Protection and maintenance of oral health is important to us, and we take pride in helping our patients enjoy truly exceptional smiles.

Getting an early start

Developing good habits early in life is important to a healthy life. This is true for oral hygiene as well. By starting to take proper care of your teeth from an early age, you will develop a routine that will transfer into adolescence and adulthood. We offer a variety of services for adults and children to make your whole family smile.

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Comprehensive care

We offer the following general dentistry services to all our patients:

  • Routine exams and cleanings – Being proactive about your dental care is one of the best ways to protect your oral health. We recommend visits every six months so we can keep your teeth sparkling clean and catch any potential problems early.
  • Fillings – When decay develops, it’s important to take care of it quickly before it causes extensive damage. We offer tooth-colored fillings for a beautiful and natural restoration.
  • Crowns and Bridges – If a tooth has extensive decay or damage, a crown can protect it from further breakage and restore functionality. Bridges can be used in conjunction with dental crowns to replace missing teeth.
  • Dentures – Replacing missing teeth is important. Full and partial dentures are available to give you back the ability to smile, eat, and speak with confidence.

When you visit Fain Dental Arts, you will be greeted by a team that delivers top quality oral care in a supportive and fun environment. We offer sedation dentistry for patients who may feel anxious about vising the dentist. Please call us today at 305-891-2621.


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