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Eriks Dental Group

3399 Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach, FL, USA

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Compassionate dental care for your whole family. We offer state-of-the-art care in a safe, comfortable, and welcoming environment.

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11 May 2021

My appointment started on time. I was made to feel comfortable. the procedure was explained as the dentist worked. The staff continued to make me feel comfortable. Professionalism was very important. the after care was clearly explained. Not a second of time was wasted. More...

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If you want a brighter smile, teeth whitening is an amazing option. With the advances in teeth whitening, you can now whiten predictably, safely, and in only an hour. Teeth whitening removes stains from wine, coffee, soda, tobacco, and routine wear and tear. A liquid gel is used that reacts with your teeth, decreasing or even eliminating the discolorations that have accumulated over years.

Unlike conventional braces, Invisalign® is one of the most convenient methods to straighten teeth, requiring patients to make minor life changes to accommodate the orthodontic treatment.

For instance, patients can take out the aligners when brushing, flossing, eating, or drinking—a significant advantage over cumbersome braces that not only complicate oral care, but also are especially prone to damage when eating hard or chewy foods (i.e. corn on the cob, crunchy taco shells, beef jerky, etc.). Because the mouth trays are transparent (nearly invisible), patients using Invisalign® aligners can straighten their teeth without embarrassing metal brackets and wires taking away from the natural look of their smile. The plastic aligners are also gentle on cheeks and gums—unlike braces, which contain sharp edges that can scrape or cut the inside of the mouth.

You should come in once every three to four months for a cleaning for a few reasons:

Prevent Gum Disease: Gum disease stems from inadequate oral hygiene. Without proper brushing, routine flossing and regular teeth cleanings, plaque will build on your teeth and lead to gum inflammation. Some bacteria and plaque cannot be removed by flossing and brushing, and, thus, regular cleanings are needed to clean these areas.
Oral Cancer Screening: During your dental cleaning, your hygienist not only cleans your teeth but also screens for suspicious lesions in and around your mouth. Unfortunately, around 30,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer each year, and the five-year survival rate is only 50% percent. However, survival rates drastically increase with early detection. So, please visit your dental office regularly for your hygiene appointments.
Routine Check Up: During the dental cleaning, your dentist will typically examine you. In addition, any necessary x-rays are taken to detect potential or existing dental problems before they progress. Also, your hygiene appointment is an opportunity to express any worries or ask any questions about your oral health.
Prevent Bad Breath: Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is often due to inadequate oral hygiene. As your body fights the bacteria in your mouth, chemicals are released that smell poorly.
Brighten Your Smile: Your hygienist not only removes the plaque from your teeth but also polishes off stains and discolorations as much as possible.

A dental crown is a dental restoration that completely covers the visible portion of your tooth. A dental crown is cemented onto the tooth, restoring the tooth to its original natural-looking appearance.

Three main types of dental crowns exist, depending on the type of material: (#1) porcelain crowns, (#2) porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, and (#3) gold crowns.

Dental implants might be a solution for you if you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or have support Dentures. We offer a complete range of dental implant services from replacing a single tooth to all of your teeth in both your jaws.

Single Tooth Implants
Multi-Teeth Implants
Non-removable Implant Dentures
Fixed Implant Dentures
Hybrid Prosthesis

Cosmetic dentistry is the art of transforming a person’s smile from one they are hesitant to show into one of their dreams. In today’s society, people are drawn to the beautiful and welcoming smiles seen in the media and hope to have the same. If you are not perfectly happy with your smile, you are not alone. Many cover their mouths when they laugh and hide their teeth when photographed. Fortunately though, an experienced cosmetic dentist can make dreams come true.

A tooth filling is a dental procedure in which a material is used to restore a tooth to natural health. Most often, these dental fillings are necessary to treat tooth decay, which is the breakdown of tooth structure from bacteria.

Dental fillings are an extremely common dental procedure in any dental office.

Root canal therapy is a procedure performed by a root canal specialist (endodontist) in which the inside of a tooth is cleaned, decontaminated, filled, and sealed.

The inside of a tooth consists of a hollow space containing the tooth’s nerve.