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

Treating Adult Cavities

When most people think about cavities and dental decay, they think about children. They think about the kids who have trouble removing all the food particles and plaque from their teeth and who may eat candy and junk food. The truth is, 92 percent of adults in the United States between the ages of 20 and 64 have adult cavities, also known as caries. Here at Artistic Touch Dentistry, our Melbourne, FL dentist wants to help you avoid tooth decay and the need for root canals and extractions due to adult cavities.

Adult Cavities; Reasons You May...

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8 Supplements For The Perfect Smile  

Did you know that increasing your intake of various vitamins and minerals can help you maintain healthy teeth, gums, and may even reduce your risk of developing cavities? Our dentist in Melbourne, FL recommends scheduling regular dental checkups and increasing your intake of the following minerals and vitamins listed below to get optimal oral health and maintain that perfect smile.

1. Calcium

Calcium is essential for healthy teeth. For babies and children, calcium helps with the formation of the teeth and helps maintain baby teeth. For adults, eating lots of calcium helps maintain healthy teeth. In order to...
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Oral Care and Substance Abuse Recovery  

You may not think substance abuse treatment and dental care are related, but the results of a new study say otherwise.

The Discovery

The FLOSS (Facilitating a Lifetime of Oral Health Sustainability for Substance Use Disorder Patients and Families) program was developed as a way to help dentists in training serve and learn about traditionally underserved populations. But after two years of providing root canals, extractions, dentures, and restorations at the University of Utah School of Dentistry, program directors noticed an interesting trend. "There is a powerful synergism between oral health care and substance use disorder," said Dr. Glen Hanson, professor of pharmacology...
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What Foods Ruin My Tooth Enamel?

The tooth enamel covering your teeth is the hardest substance in the body. It is comprised mostly of hydroxyapatite and helps protect your teeth against decay. The important thing to note about tooth enamel is that while it is replenished with minerals in your saliva, it cannot regrow once it is gone. One of the ways the enamel can be damaged is by eating and drinking foods that liquids that are highly acidic or filled with sugar. It's important to recognize the foods and drinks that are most damaging to your tooth enamel.

1. Energy Drinks

Many individuals use energy drinks for...
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Am I a Good Candidate for Invisalign?  

Are you looking for a way to invisibly straighten your teeth? Many teenagers and adults want to improve the appearance of their teeth, but they don’t want a mouth full of metal. Thankfully, Invisalign offers individuals a way to correct crooked, crowded and gapped teeth without dramatically affecting their appearances.

How Invisalign Is Different from Traditional Braces

When you think of straightening your teeth, you probably think of having brackets bonded onto the front of your teeth with a wire running through all the brackets. While the brackets and wires of traditional braces are effective at straightening teeth,...
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