About: Dr. Maryam Brazdo

Dr. Maryam Brazdo

Dr. Brazdo grew up in Satellite Beach, Florida and attended Satellite High School. She received her dental degree from the University of Florida College of Dentistry and graduated with honors. Dr. Brazdo is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA ), Florida Dental Association (FDA ), Central Florida District Dental Association (CFDDA ), and Brevard County Dental Society (BCDS ). Her love and dedication for Cosmetic Dentistry provide a more focused approach on providing quality dentistry with an exceptional level of dental care while building long-lasting relationships with patients and her dental staff.

Recent Posts by Dr. Maryam Brazdo

How Gum Disease can Trigger Alzheimer’s Disease  

In a study recently published in Science Advances, researchers discovered possible parallels between the bacteria that trigger gum disease and Alzheimer's disease. This intriguing connection could also potentially pave the way for treatment in the future.

Gum Disease and Alzheimer's: What's the Connection?

In the study, brain tissue of patients who died from Alzheimer's disease were examined in detail. In many cases, researchers discovered a bacteria called Porphyromonas Gingivalis, one of the primary bacterias that causes gum disease, in the brain tissue. Additionally, the same Porphyromonas Gingivalis bacteria was discovered within spinal fluid taken from living Alzheimer's sufferers. Porphyromonas Gingivalis produces...
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How to Properly Care for Your Dentures

Your dentures can give you a beautiful smile for many years to come, with the proper care. The ins and outs of these removable dental appliances are probably simpler and easier than you think, as long as you make it part of your everyday routine.

Removing Your Dentures

You may already know that you should remove your dentures overnight, but it's also helpful to remove them after you eat, too. Tiny pieces of food can sometimes get stuck between your gums during meals. It's best to dislodge this debris as soon as possible. When you clean the appliances after meals, a quick rinse in water is fine. When you...
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Full vs. Partial Denture: What Kind of A Difference Will I Feel?

If you're considering getting a denture in the future, you might be at the point in the process where you must decide between partial and full dentures. Of course, a large part of the decision relies upon the recommendations of your dentist. But, if you're a good candidate for either kind of denture it might come down to which one feels better to you.

Do A Full Denture and Partial Denture Feel Different?

Yes, full and partial dentures may feel different in your mouth. With full dentures, all of your natural teeth are removed and you'll become...
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What Can I Expect Before, During, and After My Dental Implant Process?  

Did you know that replacing your missing teeth with dental implants can help you chew better, reduce the likelihood of bone loss, and help you maintain your oral health? Dental implants are great for individuals who underwent tooth extractions and are not thrilled with the prospect of getting dentures or bridges.

Before Your Dental Implant Procedure with Our Melbourne, FL Dentist

Before you receive your dental implants, you’ll want to examine your remaining teeth, jaw bone density, and gum health. Individuals who are good candidates for dental implants have healthy gums and jaw bones that...
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Is Teeth Whitening Safe With Gum Disease?  

Professional teeth whitening can improve your smile in a few short weeks, but is teeth whitening safe to do with gum disease?  It’s important to keep in mind that gum disease can get severe if you leave it unattended. Not only is gum disease bad for your overall oral health, but it can prevent you from getting other dental procedures aside from teeth whitening.

Dentists Will Recommend Delaying Professional Teeth Whitening With Gum Disease

The bleaching agents used to get your teeth whiter and brighter can actually irritate the teeth and gums. If you are...
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