Smiles By Rembos

Treat your smile to the experienced hands of Dr. Alan Rembos, your cosmetic, general, and implant dentistry and oral surgery providers along the southwestern coast of Florida.

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Smiles By Rembos

Oral Health Tips and Tricks on Gum Disease Treatments

  Due to severe oral health risks associated with any issues involving your gums, it is important to always make sure they are clean and cared for just as you would your normal teeth. Taking care of your gums is essential, as they are what is responsible for holding your teeth in place. If an infection to your gum tissue... read more »

The Quest for the Perfect Flossing Technique

The quest for the perfect flossing technique is unobtainable as we are still learning better techniques and creating better products as time continues on. The case for achieving the perfect floss should not be viewed as an achievement, but instead, as a potential goal to strive towards. For more information about dental floss and dental flossing techniques, consider the following:... read more »

Your Teeth: The Impact of Age

You probably know that you should do a few things if you’re trying to enjoy a healthy smile. For instance, you might know that you should brush and floss your teeth regularly. Still, do you expect your teeth to weaken as you age? Would you be surprised to hear that you can actually keep your teeth strong as you get... read more »

Laser Dentistry and Its Benefits

Did you know that lasers have been in use for dental procedures for over twenty years? Did you know that lasers are even used to help whiten your teeth? Although lasers may not yet have received the official governmental stamp of approval from the FDA, they are thus becoming more and more popular in dental procedures thanks to their precise... read more »

You Shouldn’t Delay Seeking Professional Care for a Missing Filling

A filling is often used to repair a tooth that has been affected by a minor dental fracture or a cavity. Typical filling materials include composite and amalgam. With the passage of time, the natural bacteria living in your mouth can work to weaken the dental adhesive that is bonding the filling to the surrounding tooth enamel. This is even... read more »