Grove Smiles® Dentistry | Dentist Coconut Grove FL
Questions? Appointments? Call Today: 305-858-0505

Invest In The Best Teeth, Not The Next

Invest In The Best Teeth, Not The Next
by Dr. Stephen J. Parr D.D.S. and Dr. Rita Dargham D.M.D.

Read Invest In The Best Teeth, Not The Next by Dr. Stephen J. Parr D.D.S. and Dr. Rita Dargham D.M.D. to learn more about Grove Smiles® Dentistry and our Dentistry office in Coconut Grove, FL.

We look forward to serving you! Call - 305-858-0505.

In today’s world, there is a new gidget for every gadget, and all have an instructional manual to help us understand all the warnings of damage that improper use could cause. More importantly, though, the manual also comes with a list of benefits including a statement of guarantee of that if we maintain the said product at a high level, our items will last for as they say “the lifetime of the product.”
Unfortunately now, we are no longer worried about the once cherished guarantee for if it breaks we will quickly buy another.

Now What About Our Teeth?

When it comes to our health and body mechanics and parts, we have also evolved into a disposable society.

Unlike mechanical devices, some say our amazing bodies are one of the best-designed machines that are equipped with advanced warning signals and profound survival strategies that can self-maintain and repair. With proper care, some say we are designed to last our lifetime.

That’s where the healthy routine of dental care must play a part in your lives as our teeth are incredibly resilient, but they can not self-maintain. Plus! Disposable teeth most commonly known as dentures should be a last resort, not a way to purchase the next great model of incredible mouth ware.

Invest In The Best – The Original With Proper Dental Care

Most children get their first baby teeth around six to 10 months. The first two teeth that most children get are called the central incisors, which are the two bottom front teeth. By the time a child is two and a half to three years old, all 20 of their baby teeth have usually come in.

At about age six most children begin to lose their baby teeth, which are replaced with adult teeth. This process will continue into their early teens. Adults have more teeth than children; most adults have 32 teeth. Among these teeth are eight incisors, four canines, eight premolars, and 12 molars (including four wisdom teeth).

Maintenance should begin with the appearance of the first tooth. Soft, easy steps can be followed to have your children’s oral health start strong and stay strong. This process begins with your child’s first visit to a dentist by their first birthday.

Care For The Adult Teeth

Proper dental care of routine brushing, flossing, and dental checkups are the best way to restore and maintain the normal function of your teeth, gums, and oral health.

The dental checkups should not be delayed as dentistry has become more than cleaning teeth and making routine repairs. Dentists regularly help patients to recover from health concerns that on the surface appear unrelated to a problem in their mouth but are a symptom or warning signal of ill-health.

The specialty of dentists has also evolved from restoration, recovery, and maintaining oral health that helps you achieve that happy, healthy smile for a lifetime. Over the years dentistry has perfected cosmetic dentistry to work in a partnership of making your fabulous smile whiter, brighter, and beautifully straight.

Call Today for Your Check-Up Guarantee!

Here at Grove Smiles Dentistry in Coconut Grove, FL we are proud to have served thousands of families over the last forty years. Dr. Stephen Parr continues to look forward to helping you and your families keep your healthy sparkling smiles for life.

If you are looking to whiten, brighten, and keep your teeth healthy for life, call our fantastic team of dentists and hygienists today and let us help you create that confident smile you will love to continue to share.

Did you enjoy it? Share it and make a difference today!

For Your Health,

Dr. Stephen J. Parr D.D.S. and Dr. Rita Dargham D.M.D.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Grove Smiles® Dentistry

Dr. Stephen J. Parr D.D.S., P.A.
2685 Bird Avenue
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Phone: 305-858-0505
Map and Directions

Like Us

Office Hours



Learn more...


Learn more...