Why Teens (and Their Parents) Love Smile Design Dentistry

Our Smile Design Dentistry dentists and registered dental hygienists make it fun and easy for teenagers to have regular preventive oral health care, orthodontics, and any of the restorative treatments they may need. You and your teen will see the same family dentist every time you visit, and we will make sure your teen is comfortable every time. (more…)

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The Importance of Baby Teeth

Smile Design Dentistry provides pediatric dental services, in addition to adult dentistry, for families in our many locations throughout Tampa Bay and Central Florida. If your child has compromised teeth, it will not only affect your child’s appearance. Dental decay and missing teeth can make it difficult or painful to eat. It could also impact her or his dental health well into adulthood. Damaged or missing teeth could also affect speech, self-confidence, and emotional development. (more…)

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Here’s to a Healthy, Happy Halloween!

Let’s have a little fun at the end of this month, but keep in mind what you can do to make the season happier and healthier when it comes to oral health. (more…)

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Use Your Dental Benefits Before Year-End!

Here are 5 reasons why you should make a dental appointment at Smile Design Dentistry now. (more…)

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Helping Your Family Prevent Dental Cavities

At Smile Design Dentistry, all of our dentists in our locations throughout Tampa Bay and Central Florida are on a mission to end cavities and gum disease. Most adults experience gingivitis (early stage gum disease), and if you do, you may develop a chronic inflammation that advances to periodontitis. Periodontitis damages the gum and bone tissue surrounding teeth, erodes tooth roots, and leads to tooth loss. Adults also suffer from dental cavities, even though not as frequently as in childhood. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that 42% of children ages 2 to 11 have had cavities in baby teeth and 21% of children ages 6 to 11 have had cavities in permanent teeth. (more…)

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