In today’s video clip, the topic is whether or not there is a genetic pre-disposition for having a great-looking smile, or just the opposite. “Bad teeth don’t necessarily run in the family, but bad dental habits do,” says ADA dentist Dr. Ana Paula Ferraz-Dougherty. Be sure to tune in to hear more about it, and then give us a call at 941-585-0424 to request your next preventive dentistry appointment. That’s the one big thing you can do (every six months or so) to improve the fate of your teeth and gums!
You may be surprised to learn that a dentist is often your best bet for treating TMJ/TMD issues. It makes sense when you think about it though. After all, you use these joints whenever you chew, speak, or open and close your mouth. So, it is very much within our area ...Read More
If your teeth are dark and dingy, you might not be excited about all the socializing that goes along with the upcoming holiday season. While some toothpastes might help with surface stains, deep stains cannot be treated this way. Don’t worry, we can help you lift ...Read More