Tooth Restoration In Cosmetic Dentistry Losing the freedom to smile the way you want to because of a missing or chipped tooth is not the best way to go through life. Fortunately, cosmetic dentists can rescue you from a lifetime of being self-conscious with your smile. There are several ways to restore damaged or missing.. read more →

12 Oct 2016
October 12, 2016

Gingivitis And Periodontal Disease

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Gum disease, also known as gingivitis, is a serious condition that will normally result in tooth loss. Gingivitis and periodontal disease are the most common forms of gum disease in adults. One way to prevent both types of gum disease is to brush your teeth daily and remove as much plaque as possible. If you.. read more →

Proper dental health is very important as it helps you to keep your teeth in good condition. Your South Tampa dentist will always recommend the best dental care for you to enhance your health. Dentistry is a however a broad field and it includes minimally invasive dentistry that has become increasingly popular today. It is.. read more →

Who would not like to have a brilliant set of white, sparkling, well formed, teeth? A smile is a great way to break the silence or just say ‘hello’. In today’s fast paced life, where corporate culture has spread its wings to almost all spheres of life, having a nice smile is an important virtue… read more →

Teeth are indeed one of the most prominent parts of your body that show your sense of personal hygiene and the way you carry your personality. Kids and adults must not overlook the importance of regular visits to their dentists to undergo proper dental care so that teeth last long. Overall health and wellness are.. read more →

05 Jun 2013
June 5, 2013

Flossing Your Teeth

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Along with brushing your teeth, you should also be flossing on a daily basis.  Flossing will remove plaque and debris in areas that your toothbrush isn’t able to reach.  A buildup of plaque can lead to gum disease or tooth decay. If you floss immediately after brushing, you’ll notice that your gums and teeth will.. read more →

18 Mar 2013
March 18, 2013

Mercury Free Dentistry

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Did you know? We practice mercury free dentistry. Dental amalgam’s mercury is a known health risk, especially for children, fetuses, nursing infants, and people with impaired kidney function especially. Even the U.S. Food and Drug Administration concedes that the developing neurological systems of children and fetuses are more susceptible to “the neurotoxic effects of mercury.. read more →