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Botox for migraines can have the same aesthetic effect that cosmetic Botox has, which kills two birds with one stone for people who may desire that effect.
I can offer my patients a comprehensive, sophisticated dentistry experience few other dentists can. I’m proud to offer this dentistry to the residents of South Tampa, Florida, and beyond.
Modern anesthetics and techniques have ensured that root canals are safe, painless procedures that protect the health and function of your teeth by allowing you to keep as much of your natural tooth structure as possible.
If your smile’s function or appearance has been affected by tooth loss, a dental implant restoration, which is not as painful as you may think, can help you reclaim your smile’s health, comfort, and beauty.
So as you get ready to Google “best dentist near me,” here are some practical tips on how to choose a local dentist that best fits your schedule, expectations, and the results you seek.
No matter how well you take care of yourself, age and time happen to us all. The good news is that there are procedures and treatments that your dentist can employ to make you look and feel like they have turned back the clock on your smile.
Christmas is a big deal in Tampa, with dozens of events and activities that you can take part in. If you’re looking to try out new events this year, we’ve included a few of our favorite ways to enjoy Christmas or your holiday in Tampa.
As a parent, you only want the best for your child. Just like you take your child to the pediatrician to ensure that his or her physical health is in order, you should also visit the dentist. While baby teeth are not the permanent teeth a child will have for the rest...
During your dental appointment, you might receive a screening for oral cancer. While this might just seem like another step in your cleaning or filling, oral cancer screenings play a critical role in improving diagnosis and treatment for this disease. The Severity of...
Dental anxiety is incredibly common in America and throughout the world. Some studies have estimated that 9%-15% of Americans avoid going to the dentist solely because of fear and dental anxiety. One survey completed by the British Dental Health Foundation found that...