Saili Ruiz, DMD, is a leading general and cosmetic dentist currently serving patients at Smile Dental Group in Hialeah, Florida. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery in 2014 at Nova Southeastern University. Additionally, in order to stay up to date on all medical advancements in her field, she maintains a professional membership with the Florida Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the Hispanic Dental Association. Due to her outstanding achievements, she has earned many awards for her dedication to excellence in her field, including induction into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.
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For a RCT it is best to have it done under local anesthesia so you feel no pain READ MORE
It will be important to find out your saliva ph level. Another important point will be to evaluate your enamel condition and your dietary habits. Seems like you have a high risk for dental decay, so a risk assessment exam will help. READ MORE
It is important to have a complete exam with a panoramic X-ray to evaluate the condition of your wisdom teeth. Not always are extractions needed. READ MORE
You can go to a farmacy store and in the dental care section you will find protective restorative materials you can use so food won’t acumulate in the tooth. READ MORE
It is important to evaluate what type of toothbrush you are using. Rotatory toothbrushes are best, they do the work for you. Check on yourself how much time you are spending brushing and with what frequency. Also xylitol mints will help to reduce dental plaque formation. Visit your hygienist every 3 months. READ MORE
You might be clenching or grinding your teeth. It is necessary to evaluate how much healthy tooth structure is remaining on your teeth to properly find the type of restorative material you need and also it will be best for you to have a night guard done to protect your teeth and your TMJ. READ MORE
That sign usually corresponds to a condition called Bruxism. Treatment will be the fabrication of a night guard. Visit a chiropractor physician to have some alignment done in your spine. They also have special devices to treat the muscle and to practice stress reducing techniques like meditation and yoga. READ MORE
It is important to evaluate the cause of your staining. If it is by extrinsic factors, bleaching could be a solution, but if the cause is intrinsic like enamel malformation due to antibiotics, then a crown or veneers will be the solution. READ MORE
Yes it is. Food must be removed between your teeth to avoid decay between your teeth or gum disease because of bacteria infection. READ MORE
It really depends on the patient's age and amount of tooth movements that’s needed. At least 6 months, but it could take a long time. A consultation with an Ortho specialist is a must. READ MORE
Bleeding gums for sure. READ MORE
It is possible if the filling restorative material is affected by recurrent decay. READ MORE
Professional Society Memberships
- Florida Dental Association, American Dental Association, Hispanic Dental Association, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor society
Hobbies / Sports
- Music, playing the piano and singing
Favorite professional publications
- Journal of the American Dental Association
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Saili Ruiz received her Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree in 2000 from the Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. Thereafter, she graduated with a second Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Ruiz remains a distinguished member of the Florida Dental Association, the American Dental Association, the Hispanic Dental Association, and the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor society. She is an established general and cosmetic dentist who has been practicing for over 40 years and is currently serving patients at Smile Dental Group in Hialeah, Florida.
General dentistry is uniquely oriented toward the prevention of disease, whereas cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the functionality) of teeth, gums and/or bite. As a general and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Ruiz has vast expertise in several areas relating to her line of work, especially conscious sedation and aesthetic dentistry.
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