Frequently Asked Questions - Merritt Island, FL

FAQs About Our Practice

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Frequently Asked Questions About Us

We are a private practice, so you can expect a personalized approach and a high standard of care you won’t find at chain dentist offices in the area. We pride ourselves on maintaining a high level of care so our patients can enjoy lasting results with all of their services and procedures. We also offer cosmetic treatments like Botox and Juvederm for patients that wish to enhance their appearance and rejuvenate their look. We work in a team environment and our friendly and caring staff are here for you every step of the way.

Our modern practice caters to the needs of today’s patient. Our office is equipped with modern technology and advanced dental equipment, including digital x-rays, the Planmeca crown machine, the VELscope system, and an intraoral camera.

We offer a range of cosmetic dentistry procedures to enhance your smile. Come to us for composite fillings, dentures, crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers, and one-hour teeth whitening services.

We encourage all patients to come in to our office for an oral evaluation as soon as they detect symptoms of gum disease, such as bleeding gums, bad breath, or gum recession. An oral exam with X-rays and deep teeth cleanings at least twice a year are recommended for patients with gum disease. We will measure pocket depth using a special instrument to determine the severity of gum disease before preparing a treatment plan.

If you are experiencing sleep apnea symptoms such as insomnia, waking up in the middle of the night gasping for breath, and fatigue or sleepiness throughout the day, you may need sleep apnea treatment. You may be a good candidate for the Respire Blue Series oral appliance to restore proper breathing while sleeping.

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