With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-healthcare professionals who deliver a variety of quality dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack. A skilled doctor and their staff will skillfully probe forgotten mouth corners, eradicating tartar and expunging plaque from bacterial lairs. The included x-rays will help uncover any oral problem areas that cannot be seen with the shamelessly naked eye. After treatment, clients will be privy to tips that explain the proper brushing and flossing techniques to ward off gum disease and tooth loss, ensuring tongue-stoppers remain firmly rooted to the rest of the skeletal system.
The Implant & Periodontal Center is the private office of Dr. Fuad Malki, Ambassador to the American Board of Periodontology. We specialize in diseases of the gums and bone of the mouth as well tooth replacement options ranging from implant dentures and bridges to replacement of a single tooth.
At Cornerstone Dental, Dr. Kevin A. Franklin draws from 22 years of experience to beautify and maintain mouths with a full range of dentistry, from orthodontics and implants to TMJ treatments and cosmetic services. Dr. Franklin believes that with modern dentistry’s technology, natural teeth will never need replacing, and so his office is equipped with digital x-rays, which emit less radiation than traditional x-rays, and tooth-colored composite fillings, which, unlike metal amalgam fillings, repair cavities without leaching toxins or attracting magnets.
The dental team also uses technology to enhance patient comfort by pairing each dental chair with a digital TV monitor. The professionals further relax patients by administering sedation pills and humming lullabies.
At Center for Smiles, Dr. Ramon Ortiz employs his nearly 40 years of experience in dentistry and former tenure as president of the Florida Academy of General Dentistry to promote oral health. He scans jawbones with digital x-rays and ensures sharp smiles with preventive measures such as VelScope cancer screening and thorough examinations. The doctor's lineup of cosmetic procedures includes snoring prevention, in-office whitening, and Invisalign. His friendly staff welcomes patients on their first visit, gathering vital statistics, dental records, and stories regarding each lost baby tooth.
After an initial consultation and screening for potential complications from severe tooth decay, Dr. Carver Little and Dr. James R. Pitts dress teeth with a specially formulated whitening gel and expose them to a focused beam of light. While under the light, the gel’s hydrogen peroxide breaks down to penetrate enamel and dentin, eradicate colored substances, and bolster dental strength as effectively as toothpaste made from liquefied oranges. Every 15 minutes, technicians wipe dental canvasses clean and lacquer on a fresh coat of solution. Once the four applications are completed, patients can beam a grin up to eight shades more luminous than before. Some teeth-whitenees may experience short-term sensitivity from the procedure, so customers may want to temporarily refrain from eating extremely hot or cold things or biting of the spikes out of railroad tracks.
Baker Cosmetic & Family Dentistry's office emphasizes patient comfort—a philosophy that's reflected in its white and baby-blue walls, wall-hung paintings of beachfronts and dolphins, and aquarium swirling with colorful clownfish. Patients of Dr. Baker have reason to feel at ease—he's taken several postgraduate training courses in areas such as oral sedation and bone grafting, and outfits his office with the latest in dental technology, such as digital x-rays that reveal bone health while reducing the radiation emitted by up to 90%. His laser-cavity detection espies decay that, like a mother's metal endoskeleton, can be invisible to human eyes.