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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental: DMD, University of Florida College of Dentistry
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: General Practice and Hospital Dentistry, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Treatments offered at The Shaw Center for Dental Excellence
Most popular answers from Mauricio C. Tijerino, DMD
In my opinion, laser or light activated whitening is not a good treatment. The only good thing about it is that in some cases, you will have whiter... READ MORE
There in no question that moving the lateral (side) teeth "out" and the front teeth "in" will make the two front teeth seem less prominent and will... READ MORE
I'm afraid once your implants are placed there are few options. Your case needs very carefull and thought out treatment planning due to the fact... READ MORE
After Developing a Posterior Open Bite from Invisalign Treatment, the Doctor Recommended Doing Crowns, is This Correct?
It is possible to develop a small posterior open bite after invisalign however you can correct this by doing a refinement with invisalgn to intrude... READ MORE
If only the side of the injection swelled up, then the most likely cause is that the needle inadvertedly hit a blood vessel and caused a hematoma... READ MORE
I would not recommend to re-do the root canals unless there is a problem with the old root canals. If the old root canals are still good, then you may... READ MORE
You need to call the doctor that did the porcedure and have them see you right away. Most likely it is a dry socket but it could be an infection... READ MORE
I believe you are referring to full set of teeth (upper and lower) which are fixed on 8 implants ( 4 upper and 4 lower). This is normally a fixed... READ MORE
The tooth may eventually get to the point where it is no longer sensitive to touch or temperature, and it may even return to its original position,... READ MORE
I have a "gummy" smile, but was wondering if it is serious enough that I should have it fixed? (Photo)
A gummy smile is not a problem. It is only an esthetic issue if the person does not like it. There are no health problems related to gummy smiles.... READ MORE
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