If you’re familiar with Newton’s Laws of Motion, you know the third states: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Similarly, for every dental problem, there is a solution. We see ourselves as facilitators happy to help you reach the resolution that will work for you. We want to ensure you recognize the beauty of your smile and the importance of its health, regardless of where you’re starting from.
If were taught how to thoroughly brush, floss, and eat a mouth-healthy diet, from a young age and you’ve kept up those habits, you might not need extensive dental work. We love to celebrate your efforts! If you need routine maintenance served with friendliness, we would be happy to be your dental home.
Some dental problems evade even the most protective hygiene regimens—whether your enamel has experienced erosion, you habitually grind your teeth, or you have risk factors that increase your chances of gum disease, tooth decay, inflammation, or infection. Don’t lose hope—we can restore the form and function of teeth that need some help.
Different factors can cause teeth to weaken, break, loosen, or fall out, require extraction, and eventually replacement. You may think replacement isn’t important or that your options aren’t feasible for many reasons, but Florida Smile Design can address each concern and handle you with care. You deserve a healthy, happy, complete smile.
We know there are valid reasons for feeling anxious about visiting the dentist. However, Florida Smile Design loves to help patients face their fears and get the care they need or want. Sedation techniques have been used for centuries to calm patients during medical or dental procedures. Safe sedation options can make your appointment pass by in a flash.
If you or a loved one don’t get enough restful sleep due to chronic, loud snoring, you know how it can impact your quality of life. Without enough sleep, your body and brain can’t recharge as they should, so sleep deprivation taking its toll makes complete sense. Snoring can even be a sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, which has the potential to be deadly. Seeking sleep apnea treatment can save your life.
Dental emergencies happen at the most inconvenient times, and they are often visible, painful, or both. Hospital emergency rooms usually aren’t prepared to handle urgent dental needs—so the sooner you can reach us, the better. With a thorough examination (which may include x-rays), we can locate and treat your pain, whether it’s a broken or knocked-out tooth or a persistent toothache. Whatever the case, we’re here to get you back on the right track!