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Dr. Heidi R Finkelstein D.M.D

Dentist | General Practice

333 N.W. 70th Ave Suite #204 Fort Lauderdale FL, 33317


Dr. Heidi Finkelstein is a Dentist practicing in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Dr. Finkelstein specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.

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Dr. Heidi R Finkelstein D.M.D's Expert Contributions
  • Can dentists treat sleep apnea?

    This depends on the severity of your apnea. Consult your sleep doctor and your dentist to find out if this is the right choice for you. READ MORE

  • What is the treatment for dry mouth?

    Be sure to drink plenty of water. If you are on any medications you can speak with your primary care physician and find out if that may be one of the side effects of them. You can also use OTC biotene or oasis rinses. READ MORE

  • What are the steps involved in maintaining good oral hygiene?

    It is important to incorporate flossing once a day. I recommend traditional floss since you can "hug" the crevices of the teeth and really remove the debris between them. Check out our facebook and/or website for videos on different flossing techniques around natural teeth, bridges, and implants. www.MyPlantationDentist.com READ MORE

  • I am not very satisfied with my RCT. What should I do about it?

    Root canal treatment can be sensitive from 6 months -1 year after being completed - this is completely NORMAL! If the area presents with swelling, I would recommend seeing your dentist immediately to rule out other pathology such as a gum infection or a root fracture. READ MORE

  • Can calcium deficiency impact teeth?

    That would depend on the age of your son. If the teeth are still forming, then calcium can affect the development. If the teeth are fully exfoliated and developed, the calcium will have less of an effect. But recognize that milk products are not the only source of calcium and if you are worried about your child’s intake, you should supplement with a multivitamin or other foods! READ MORE

  • Is chewing gum often bad for your teeth?

    Congratulations on this huge step to better health! Chewing gum can actually be beneficial in many ways. It can remove difficult to remove food particles from the grooves on the biting surfaces of the teeth. I would recommend selecting a brand of gum that contains an ingredient called “Xylitol”. Oral bacteria can metabolize sugars into acidic byproducts that damage your teeth. Xylitol is the only sugar that cannot be metabolized by oral bacteria, further protecting your teeth from decay. The only downside to frequently chewing gum is that it exercises the grinding and clenching muscles and can increase damage from a grinding or clenching habit. All in all I would agree, it’s still better than your previous smoking habit! Congrats again! READ MORE

  • Can an infected tooth spread the infection to the other teeth as well?

    Yes, it can spread to other teeth, your sinuses and other vital areas-that's why dental infections are so dangerous (and in extreme cases, deadly). It is important to have regular dental visits and have good home care. If the infection is very bad, your doctor may place you on an antibiotic to help control the infection before doing any treatment. It is also important for you to follow thru with the treatment even if you are not having pain because an infection will usually only respond to an antibiotic for a short time before it can become aggressive again and may not respond to antibiotics as well the second time around. READ MORE

  • How can flossing help in maintaining the health of teeth and gums?

    When you ONLY brush your teeth without flossing, you are only removing debris on the smooth surfaces of the teeth (cheek side, tongue side, and biting surfaces). The bristles of your tooth brush alone cannot get between the teeth. Flossing is a means of manipulating out debris BETWEEN the teeth that is missed when you brush only. It is recommended that you floss daily - my recommendation is to do it right before bed when you can remove the debris from your entire day before you go to sleep when the bacteria levels tend to be higher. There is, in fact, a technique to flossing. Please check out our website or facebook page for videos. www.MyPlantationDentist.com https://www.facebook.com/pg/MyPlantationDentist/videos/?ref=page_internal READ MORE

  • How to get rid of mouth ulcers

    I would recommend seeing your dentist. It needs to be diagnosed properly to allow for the appropriate therapy modality. - Dr. Finkelstein, Plantation, FL READ MORE

  • Did my dental x-rays harm my baby? (first trimester)

    dental xrays are safe, in moderation, during pregnancy. Most dentists are using digital radiographic images now which have a much much LOWER radiation. Dental radiographs have very little scatter and are usually concentrated only in the area of the xray(towards your mouth). It has been said that you get more radiation walking to your car in the sun then you would from a digital image. READ MORE

  • What can I eat or avoid eating to reduce plaque?

    Carbohydrates are a big cause of plaque. They become very sticky with saliva and become difficult to remove with normal cleansing in the mouth. Stick to crunchy vegetables and cheese which help remove debris from teeth rather then stick to teeth! Hope this helps! READ MORE

  • Wisdom teeth removal

    That depends on the complexity of the extractions and the anxiety level of the patient. Most general dentists will do simple extractions of teeth and the more advanced extractions will be seen by a specnkikialist. Also, the specialist has the equipment to sedate nervous patients and most general dentists do not. -Dr. Finkelstein READ MORE

  • Adult tooth is loose. What should I do?

    See a dentist right away. READ MORE

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Heidi R. Finkelstein D.M.D, P.A

333 N.W. 70th Ave -
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317
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