Cosmetic and general dentistry offering preventive, restorative, and cosmetic services to patients as young as age one!We offer everything from healthy mouth cleanings, deep cleanings, tooth colored fillings, bondings, Snapcrowns/bridges, extractions, partials/dentures, root canals, smile makeover, to pediatric dental care
With more than 29 years of combined experience, Drs. John M. Borchers and Michael T. Mckee care for teeth the way a kindergarten teacher cares for her class. Though they won’t teach incisors how to add or properly enunciate the pledge of allegiance, the doctors do ensure that each member of the group lives in harmony with its neighbor, maintains straight posture, and remains present and accounted for at all times. To accomplish this, Drs. Borchers and Mckee administer meticulous examinations that inspect each tooth for signs of decay and crookedness. And when teeth have gone missing altogether, dental implants can serve as permanent seat fillers, dutifully chewing on any urgently overdue homework.
Dr. Michael Green doesn't punch out early: he schedules weekday appointments as late as 7 p.m. This sort of convenience has become synonymous with the private practice, which Dr. Green opened two decades ago. Since then, he has been treating Tampa-area teeth and the people connected to them with personal care. That includes preventive, restorative, and cosmetic dental services, ranging from standard checkups to root canals and extractions.
The smilesmiths at American Family & Cosmetic Dentistry help smiles beam two to four shades brighter with Boost whitening treatments. The in-office treatment session begins with an exam and x-rays to determine that teeth are fit for whitening and not abetting fugitive cavity gangs. Next, a pigment-punishing gel blanches away stains left by coffee, smoking, or pack-a-day Sharpie habits, leaving chompers two to four shades brighter. Staff further encourages smiles with friendly service and gentle hands, helping even the most sensitive molars feel at ease.
Whether parent or patient, everyone is on a first-name basis with the head dentist at Trinity Pediatric Dentistry. Christopher E. Chuong, or Dr. Chris, as he prefers to be called, strives to create a comfortable and fun atmosphere for his patients. Knowing how anxious kids can be at the dentist's office, he vows never to pressure them to endure a difficult treatment and will seek alternative options if possible. He also invites parents into the room to offer support or sing "You Are My Sunshine" to the good doctor as he works.