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#thanksgivingdentalemergency Do you have dental pain #dentalpain #dentalemergency during Thanksgiving and you can not find a dentist available for your dental needs. Do you need help with your teeth and you can not enjoy your time during the holiday because of pain or look. We are here to help. We are available to help YOU and will be there for YOU. Call us on 954-589-0292, we will answer your call during Thanksgiving Holiday. #thanksgivingdentist
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It is #summer2016   #summertime  Kids are #outofschool  and they have more free time to have their #dentalappointments   #dentalcleaning   #dentist   #dentistwork  . So parents lets take care of our kids' health. Call us 954-589-0292 and save your kids teeth from decay/caries/ cavities and let them have a #smile #healthysmile   during their #summervacation  .
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Do you have #dentalphobia  ? No problem, we ve got the solution for you at Radiant Expressions Dental. Our team is experienced in handling and treating patients with fears or previous bad dental experiences. You will be completely relaxed and achieve a smile that you have been dreaming to have. 
Your smile is Radiant, let's be part of it!
#sedation   #sedationdentistry   #wisdomteeth   #happypatient   #relaxation   #sedationdenist   #anxiety  
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Happy New Year from Radiant Expressions Dental Team! 
It is the time of the year that Dental Insurances get renewed. Do not forget to use your benefits with those insurance as they do not roll over to the next year. 
If you have questions, please contact us on 954-589-0292. Our insurance experts will help you out to understand your rights and benefits with your dental insurance. 
And do not forget: If you do not use, you will lose it!
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#metlife   #connectiondental   #aenta   #principal   #preimerdental   #solstice   #unitedcare   #humanamedicare   #assurant   #ameritas   #careington   #cosmeticdental   #bluedentalchoice   #GEHA   #carePSO   #careplatPSO  
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Community Water vs Bottled Water and Fluoride

Who regulates fluoride in bottled water?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates public drinking water (tap water), and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates bottled water products under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. For more information, please visit the FDA bottled water fact sheet for consumers .

Does bottled water contain fluoride?
Bottled water products may contain fluoride, depending on the source of the water. Fluoride can be naturally present in the original source of the water, and many public water systems add fluoride to their water. FDA sets limits for fluoride in bottled water, based on several factors, including the source of the water. Bottled water products labeled as de-ionized, purified, demineralized, or distilled have been treated in such a way that they contain no or only trace amounts of fluoride, unless they specifically list fluoride as an added ingredient.

Is the amount of fluoride in bottled water always listed on the label?
The FDA does not require bottled water manufacturers to list the amount of fluoride on the label unless the manufacturer has added fluoride within set limits.

How can I find out the level of fluoride in bottled water if it's not on the label?
Contact the bottled water's manufacturer to ask about the fluoride content of a particular brand.

What FDA regulations for bottled water relate to fluoride?
As set forth in 21 CFR 165.110, FDA has established standards for the maximum amount of naturally occurring fluoride or added fluoride allowed in bottled drinking water. These levels are available here .

If bottled water meets specific standards of identity and quality set forth by FDA, and the provisions of the authorized health claim, manufacturers may include the following health claim: “Drinking fluoridated water may reduce the risk of [dental caries or tooth decay].” For more information, see Health Claim Notification for Fluoridated Water and Reduced Risk of Dental Caries .

Can I use bottled water for mixing infant formula?
Yes, you can use bottled water to reconstitute (mix) powdered or liquid concentrate infant formulas, but be aware that the fluoride content in bottled water varies. If your child is exclusively consuming infant formula reconstituted with water that contains fluoride, there may be an increased chance for mild dental fluorosis (a change in the appearance of tooth enamel creating barely visible lacy white markings). To lessen this chance, parents may choose to use low-fluoride bottled water some of the time to mix infant formula. These bottled waters are labeled as de-ionized, purified, demineralized, or distilled and are without any fluoride added after purification treatment (FDA requires the label to indicate when fluoride is added). Some water companies make available bottled waters marketed for infants and for the purpose of mixing with formula. When water is labeled as intended for infants, the water must meet tap water standards established by the EPA and indicate that the water is not sterile. For more information, see CDC’s Overview: Infant Formula and Fluorosis and FDA’s general Q&A about bottled water and infant formula .
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Are you prepared for tropical storm Ericka?
Do not forget to get all the important documents together in a safe and easy to reach place. Get one gallon of water per person per day. Canned food is good and easy to store if power goes down. Get dippers and baby supplies to keep them comfortable. Get batteries. 
Get your prescription drugs filled.
Make sure everyone in the family is ready. 
Stay safe Florida from Radiant Expressions Dental!
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Welcome back to all of the students from Radiant Expressions Dental!!! We wish you a happy, productive and successful school year. 
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Do you know Toothaches are common among school-age children ?
Do you know Dental pain can lead to school absences ?
Do you know Students with toothaches may have lower GPAs ?
Let us help you to achieve better Oral Health on your kids. They have summer vacation now and school starts soon, let them start their school with a healthy and fresh mouth. 
Please call us on 954-589-0292 to schedule an appointment.
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As we approach the insurance renewal in October of each year, patients may get confused about what Dental insurance plan should get picked.
There are two divisions 1. HMO and 2. PPO. 
*HMO: All your dental needs have to be coordinated with a dentist that the insurance company will assign the patient unless patient specifies the doctor he/she would like to be treated by however the doctor has to be In-network  . PPO: you have the freedom of choosing your doctor that are In or Out of-network.
**HMO: You have to schedule your appointment with the assign doctor first and then he/she will refer you to another doctor if a referral is indicated. PPO: you do not need to schedule your appointment with your primary doctor for referrals.
***HMO: It discounts the fees of the assigned office OR the insurance will provide your doctor with the fees. PPO: the insurance company will provide your doctor with discounted fees PLUS the insurance company will have annual allowable of $500-5000 depending on the plan, In other word you have benefits with PPO of helping the patients with their co-payments. 
****HMO: has lower monthly premiums. PPO: Has higher monthly premiums but has more benefits and flexibility than HMO. 
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We would like to welcome  Dr.Broumand Vishtasb DMD, MD to Radiant Expressions Dental as our Oral Surgeon.
Dr. Broumand graduated from the University Of Florida College Of Dentistry in 1997 and subsequently from the University Of Miami School Of Medicine in 2000. He completed his postdoctoral residency training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery along with an additional year of General Surgery at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2003.  Since then he also completed a fellowship in Head and Neck Tumor and Reconstructive Surgery under the mentorship of Dr. Robert E. Marx at the University of Miami in 2005.
He served as Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery in the University of Miami School of Medicine Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Miami, FL from 2005 to 2006 and was in private practice from 2006 to 2012 upon his full time return to the University of Miami School of Medicine Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
He served as Associate Professor in the University of Miami School of Medicine Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from 5/2012 to 10/2014 and remains as adjunct faculty at the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery since 7/2010. He has now returned to the full time private practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Dr. Broumand spent 2 years in private practice in Boca Raton, FL and 4 years in Daytona Beach, FL from 2005 to 2011 and regularly participates in medical rescue missions and relief efforts. While in private practice he was also involved in extensive repair of craniofacial congenital and acquired deformities of adults and children through several non-profit foundations “Mission Rescate” and “Operation Changing Lives” in the Dominican Republic and Haiti and other medically underserved areas.
After the devastating earthquake in Haiti in January 2010, Dr. Broumand closed his private practice on 2 occasions and chartered a private plane to the Dominican Republic and put together a group of 8 doctors for immediate emergency relief. Once in the DR they were forced to drive 12 hours to Port Au Prince from Santa Domingo along rough terrain. While in Haiti, Dr Broumand and his group worked out of the University of Miami tent hospital constructed by Project Medishare to provide relief effort.
Since the devastating earthquakes he has led two mission trips to Port Au Prince in 2010 and 2011, and in 2010 he was able to bring a young lady with a large Ossifying Fibroma of 15 years duration from Haiti to Daytona Beach, FL for medical and surgical treatment.  He was able to fund her entire travel and stay in the USA through his foundation, and Halifax Medical Center generously funded her entire surgery and hospital stay in exchange for the 50 years of service that his partners Dr.’s Phillip Fleuchaus and Richard Gaines had given the community.
The Patient, Ms. Lorrette Pierre, underwent surgical and dental rehabilitation and returned to Haiti, he was able to see her during one of his yearly visits to the DR in which he accompanies dental students from the University of FL teaching them exodontia and oral surgery in rural areas in the DR.
He devotes most of his clinical practice to comprehensive treatment of trauma and tumor related facial reconstructive surgery, as well as surgical correction of TMJ disorders and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and orthognathic surgical correction of craniofacial deformities and placement of all-on-four and zygomatic dental implants and is also involved in extensive clinical research involving Bisphosphonate Induced Osteonecrosis of the Jaws (BIONJ).
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