Dr. David S. Bistritz D.D.S., Dentist

Dr. David S. Bistritz D.D.S.


18171 Biscayne Boulevard Aventura Florida, 33160



Dr. David Bistritz is a Dentist practicing in Aventura, Florida. Dr. Bistritz 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.

Education and Training

University of Maryland

University of Maryland Dental School D.D.S. 1989

Provider Details

MaleEnglish 31 years of experience
Dr. David S. Bistritz D.D.S.
Dr. David S. Bistritz D.D.S.'s Expert Contributions
  • How long do you have to wear braces after your teeth are straight?

    "Retention is for life." What this means is that your teeth can relapse, move back anytime after completion of your treatment. One has to aware of this possibility. Retainers are strongly recommended to prevent this from happening. A bonded wire retainer will free you up from having to wear a removable retainer and will last longer. READ MORE

  • How can I make my teeth move faster with braces?

    Switch to Invisalign! READ MORE

  • Is Invisalign worth the money?

    Invisalign is an excellent choice for Orthodontic treatment for many reasons. It can be very reasonable, depending on the office. Many general dentists offer Invisalign and also can have a lot of experience and success doing so. In an ortho office, it can be priced high as a comparison to conventional wires and brackets, but a general dentist that only may offer Invisalign, it might be very reasonable for you. READ MORE

  • Should I get Invisalign at age 30?

    Invisalign is not really about a nicer smile. Orthodontics in general is used to correct real problems associated with poor tooth position that can cause early tooth loss or damage. If you want to give your teeth the best opportunity to stay as long as possible, often you will have to consider Invisalign. READ MORE

  • How long will a new crown be sensitive?

    It really depends what the source of the sensitivity. The nerve in the tooth can be sensitive from the procedure and cementation and that could just be a temporary situation, and would differ from person to person. Thus would be true if the nerve is only inflamed but no severe damage. In the case where the nerve had suffered irreversible damage or inflammation, then it will only get worse or even need a root canal treatment. It is hard to determine the state of health by X-ray exam, but rather the degree of the symptoms. Generally, if the symptoms are getting less snd less, generally it will recover, but only time will tell. If the bite is checked and removed as any source of discomfort, that would help the assessment. READ MORE

  • What should I do if my permanent crown is not feeling right?

    Perhaps you should return to your dentist that inserted the crown for an evaluation. READ MORE

  • If I have mild tooth pain, should I be going to the dentist?

    Although some tooth discomfort causes can be inconsequential and may even be sub clinical (not detectable), nevertheless, on the other hand, significant tooth damage can occur in a slow process that the patient may be able to notice if the extent and treatment then can be significant and costly and avoidable with proper timely intervention. Dentists are here to help patients avoid unnecessary crisis treatment which often is devastating. In summary, do yourself a favor and have it checked out! READ MORE

  • One of my front teeth is shorter than the other. How to fix?

    One needs to ask themselves, why or how did that happen? If one arm was longer than the other, most often that would be a developmental defect. But in teeth, often it is a result of wear function. This would mean lengthening or shortening may not solve or even last any significant amount of time due to inadequate space or function and grinding. It needs to be evaluated as to the proper treatment approach. READ MORE

  • When should I consider getting dental implants?

    If you are looking into dental implants, either you are already missing teeth or are aware that you will be losing teeth in the near future. In the latter case, it is very important to plan for the future when extracting teeth. How you handle the extraction (with or without bone grafting) and even possible immediate replacement with an implant will greatly impact the possibility and success of the implant. In replacing already missing teeth, taking into consideration the remaining teeth in your treatment plan greatly impacts the scope of treatment. Aside from all this, generally, earlier and sooner is better than later. Your health may change and complicate the consideration of implants. READ MORE

  • I wear my retainer, so why are my teeth still shifting?

    Perhaps going from full-time active braces to retention only at night time was too abrupt. After active movement of teeth, the teeth are still mobile and will have a tendency to relapse to their earlier position. Therefore, the retention period is not only to hold them where you want them, but also to signal to the bones to firm up their position. Wearing them only at night right after finishing braces may allow them to shift in the daytime. Also, perhaps the type of retainer allows for some movement and you may not be ready for it yet until they have firmed up. Consult with your doctor. READ MORE

  • Bloody painful gums, what should I do?

    See a dentist as soon as possible to get a proper diagnosis and treatment that will solve your bleeding issues. No magic potion will work. READ MORE


  • Patients' Choice Award  Patients' Choice 


  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Invisalign
  • Teeth Contouring And Crown Lengthening / Gum Reshaping
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Tooth-colored Fillings
  • Tooth Bonding And Veneers
  • Smile Makeover
  • Dental Cleanings & Exams
  • Dental Crowns & Bridges
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures
  • Full-mouth Reconstruction
  • General Dentistry
  • Gum Recession Treatment
  • Gum Reshaping / Gummy Smile Treatment
  • Oral Surgery
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Root Canals
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Tooth Removal / Extractions
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Enjoying What he Does

Dr. David S. Bistritz D.D.S.'s Practice location

18171 Biscayne Boulevard -
Aventura, Florida 33160
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New patients: 305-983-2501, 305-933-2501
Fax: 305-933-0429

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