Dental implants are the most chosen and reliable alternative when replacing missing teeth. Because dental implants provide effective, reliable and long-term solutions, it is an obvious choice. At our dental implants Miami location, we believe that implants are the best choice in solving several dental problems simultaneously.

  1. They look like natural teeth.

Dental implants fit, look, and have the same feel as natural teeth – believe us, you won’t even know the difference. Dental implants can be customized to your specific needs – we take the size, shape and color preferences into account so they blend right in with your natural smile.


  1. Maintain a healthy smile.

Dental implants are the most effective way at helping you maintain a healthy smile. The dental implant acts as your tooth root and gives the bone something to hang on to again, preventing deterioration and allowing you to avoid putting other natural teeth in danger and premature aging due to bone loss.


  1. Dental Implants Are Long-Lasting and Permanent.

Dental implants become a permanent part of your jaw, allowing them to last decades, if not the rest of your life, provided you maintain proper oral care (read: tooth brushing and flossing).


  1. Eat Whatever You Want

With dental implants, you are not limited to eating certain foods; dental implants can withstand any kind of chewing. You can eat whatever you want and do not have to be cautious around certain foods.


  1. Improve your quality of life

Dental implants restore your quality of life to when you had a full set of natural teeth. Implants are indistinguishable from normal teeth, so you can smile confidently and chew food without worrying about your teeth being damaged.


Posted: March 23, 2017

Are you embarrassed by your smile but worry that your problems are just too great to be treated successfully? No worries, a full mouth rehabilitation is the solution to restoring your teeth and your appearance. Dr. Tal Morr, your Miami, FL prosthodontist, shares tips about full mouth rehabilitation.


What is full-mouth rehabilitation?

Full mouth rehabilitation involves a comprehensive treatment plan to address all of your oral health issues. Whether your problem lies with your teeth, gums or bite, or all of them, Dr. Morr can create a plan to rehabilitate all of them.


What is the process of full-mouth rehabilitation?

Treatment plans vary depending on the condition of your mouth and teeth, but often include:


Fillings: Fillings replace decayed areas of your teeth. New advances in technology have replaced mercury-based amalgam with eco-friendly alternatives that can match the color of your teeth, such as composite resin fillings.
Inlays or onlays: If you have extensive decay, a traditional filling may not be enough to restore your teeth, and your Miami prosthodontist may recommend an inlay or onlay instead. An inlay fits inside the cusps of your teeth, while an onlay extends beyond the cusps.
Teeth whitening: Eating or drinking brightly colored foods or beverages, smoking and the natural effects of aging can cause your teeth to look duller. Professional teeth whitening can lighten your teeth by as much as eight shades within one hour.
Dental veneers: Dental veneers can improve the appearance of one tooth or of all of them. Veneers are an excellent choice when you have chips, cracks, discolorations, oddly shaped or crooked teeth, or have slight gaps between your teeth. These thin porcelain shells are applied to the fronts of your teeth.
Crowns: Dental crowns cover teeth completely. They’re used to stabilize broken, weak or damaged teeth and are also used to conceal crooked, oddly shaped or discolored teeth.
Bridges and dentures: Both bridges and dentures replace missing teeth. Bridges are usually permanently attached to your teeth and replace one or several missing teeth, whereas dentures often replace all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw.
Dental Implants: Implants offer a long-lasting alternative to bridges or dentures. A tiny titanium post is placed in your jaw and fuses to your bone. After it bonds with the bone, your prosthodontist attaches a crown on top to replace your tooth above the gum line. If you want to replace your dentures, you can choose dental implants and replace both upper and lower sets of dentures in one day.
Ready to get your smile back? Call Dr. Tal Morr, your Miami, FL prosthodontist, at (305) 935 – 6066 to schedule an appointment. Make your smile great again with full-mouth rehabilitation.


Posted: March 23, 2017


Minor flaws in your smile can cause a dip in your self-esteem. You may even go so far as to avoid smiling and laughing. This can lead to depression and anxiety. At TM Prosthodontics, we want to give you a beautiful smile you can feel confident in again. Porcelain veneers can address a wide range of cosmetic imperfections to create the whiter, straighter, more beautiful smile you desire.
Our doctors evaluate whether our patients are good candidates for porcelain veneers by looking at the following criteria:
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Posted: March 20, 2017

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Why are dental implants often the first choice and the standard of care compared to other options to restore missing or damaged teeth?
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Posted: March 20, 2017

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Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain used to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth enamel. It is often the material of choice for those looking to make slight position alterations, or to change tooth shape, size, and/or color.
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Posted: March 20, 2017

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury or some other reason. 

Types of Dental Implants

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Posted: February 27, 2017

If you are one of the many people who are unhappy with their smile, you might be surprised to learn that you have options to fix teeth that are cracked, chipped, worn, yellow, or otherwise damaged.
And TM Prosthodontics, we have extensive experience in the practice of cosmetic dentistry, and we’ve learned a thing or two about the obstacles the can stand in the way of fixing dental issues. Not all procedures are right for everyone. And sometimes the price and healing time can complicate the decision.
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Posted: February 21, 2017

If you’re missing a tooth, you’ve got several options. The least advisable is to do nothing! It’s not just about aesthetics, but about keeping your mouth healthy and strong. Replacing a lost tooth is important to restoring maximum function, maintaining the alignment of surrounding teeth, and preserving facial contours.
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Posted: February 7, 2017

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What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them.
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Posted: February 7, 2017

Tooth sensitivity is unpleasant, particularly when the discomfort happens on a recurring basis. If you experience tooth sensitivity when consuming hot and cold foods and drinks, the discomfort may be temporary or chronic. In the case of short-lived sensitivity, patients may wish to undergo restorative dentistry treatment to protect the tooth and dental nerves thereby reducing discomfort when eating. At TM Prosthodontics, our dentists can determine the cause of your discomfort, and then recommend the appropriate lifestyle changes and dental treatments to reduce tooth sensitivity to hot and cold substances.


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Posted: November 8, 2016