A “Wave” Of The Future In Pediatric Dentistry.
Great attention to detail has created a comfortable, efficient, and aesthetically pleasing facility to make your child’s visit positive and enjoyable from the moment you arrive at our door.
Around every corner is something to catch the eye, relax the fears, and bring a smile to your child’s face.
We like to make your child smile.
Our imaginative, multi-level “Fun Sub” will transform your child’s visit into a “super fun” adventure.
For those patients scheduled for an appointment, we also offer:
Parents’ comfort and happiness is important, too.
Spacious waiting facilities for both parents and
A large screen T.V.
A coffee bar
A semi-private quiet waiting area
Each dental procedure performed uses the most sophisticated equipment techniques and precautions.
Technologically advanced Central Sterilization
of all instruments.
Disposable gloves and masks.
When should your child first visit our office?
Pediatric dentists are the most qualified professionals to provide dental care for your children.
- Sealants can be applied to the chewing surfaces of molars, where 84% of all cavities occur.
- Bite problems and crowding situations can be identified right away, and the doctors can actively intervene to guide the teeth as they emerge in the mouth.
- Radiographs, fluoride treatments, and through oral examinations can help your child get a head start on keeping a beautiful and healthy smile for life.
- Orthodontics (braces) can be fitted by a highly accomplished, fully qualified orthodontist right in our office.
- Restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery, and root canal therapy are all specialties of our training and experience.
Call our main office phone at (727) 345-3151 for an emergency outside normal business hours.
If there is a true medical emergency, please call 911.
Examples: Abscess or localized bacterial infection, tooth fracture resulting in soft issue trauma, extensive caries or defective restoration causing pain, accident resulting in avulsion where the tooth has come out of the socket.
In the event a permanent tooth is displaced from its socket, immediately place the tooth in milk and call your dentist right away. Only a permanent tooth can be reimplanted due to the risk of damaging the developing permanent tooth. If milk is not available, keep the tooth moist by wrapping it gently with a napkin or towel with water. If a tooth can be reimplanted, it must be done as soon as possible. After 1 hour, the success is unlikely. Call your dentist immediately.