Dr. Tal Morr to Appear at Dental Conference

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TM Prosthodontics, a Miami dental office, announced today that Dr. Tal Morr will be a featured speaker at a major dentistry conference in Italy.


The 31st International Interdisciplinary Dental Conference is being held this March in Bormio, Italy, where dentists from all over the world gather to share their expertise and experience in dentistry in an international setting. 50 experts from four continents (America, Europe, Asia, Australia) participate at this interdisciplinary conference.

In light of his multi-specialized approach, TM Prosthodontics’ Dr. Tal Morr, a dentist in Miami, FL, will be attending the conference as a speaker on March 7th, 2014. He will be speaking on “decision making for the esthetically challenging cases associated with functional issues.” Dr. Morr is one of the most respected dental professionals in Miami, and will therefore bring his expertise to the international community in Italy.

Dr. Tal Morr’s specialties are diverse. He has a great working knowledge of periodontics, which is the specialty of periodontal disease, an ailment that leads to tooth loss. Another is Endodontics, the specialty dealing with diseases and destructive dental processes. Another of Dr. Morr’s specialties is pediatric dentistry, which is a focus on the childhood development of teeth and dental care habits. He believes in staying proactive by educating children and adults alike on the importance of dental health/maintenance. At the TM Prosthodontics office, almost every facet of dentistry is covered, so patients are sure to receive the best and latest information in dental care. Since education on dental concepts is so important, TM Prosthodontics staff make sure to post information like a dental glossary and other tips on their website regularly.

Dr. Tal Morr, is not only the lead dental physician at TM Prosthodontics, he is also a full mouth reconstruction specialist. Full-mouth reconstruction, involves several cosmetic dentistry procedures designed to improve the health and appearance of a smile. Restorations are usually recommended for patients who have teeth that are damaged, worn down, or missing completely. Not only do damaged teeth negatively impact a smile appearance, they can also weaken the chewing ability and create bite imbalance. Depending on the degree of tooth damage, any of these dental treatments may be used to correct tooth condition: porcelain veneers, dental crowns, dental implants, tooth bonding, tooth-colored fillings, dental bridges and full mouth dental implants.

When discovering dental problems, even severe ones, there is a wide range of treatment available at TM Prosthodontics. For example, Veneers can help restore discolored or damaged teeth to a natural look, or teeth bonding can fix cracked, broken teeth. Dental bridges are used to insert new artificial replacement teeth, while crowns are for fixing cavities. TM Prosthodontics provide dentures, of course, as well as tooth bleaching if desired. Also a dental surgery center, TM Prosthodontics can perform procedures from “Alloderm” grafting to total, full-mouth, cosmetic reconstruction. This can be useful for damaged jawbones or other structural (periodontal) damage.

Please call 305-935-6066 or visit http://www.tmprosthodontics.com/ for more information.

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