150 Avenue A S.E. Winter Havenn

Opening Hours

Mon, Tues & Thurs:

8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Wed & Fri: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Sat & Sun: Closed

The office will also be closed on some Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year

Call Us

(863) 294-9200 / 863-294-1916

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Your perfect smile is a call away!

Opening Hours

<p style='font-weight: bold'>Mon, Tues & Thurs:</p><p>8:00 AM – 4:30 PM</p><p><b>Wed & Fri:</b> 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM</p><p><b>Sat & Sun:</b> Closed</p><p>The office will also be closed on some Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year</p>

Book Appointment

Your perfect smile is a call away!

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As the end of another year approaches, you may be thinking about what you’d like to accomplish in the new year. How about resolving to achieve a happier, healthier smile? Good dental health is essential for good overall health, making it a worthy addition to your list of New Year’s resolutions. Even better, you can […]

Tips for Healthy Teeth During the Holidays

The last thing you’re thinking about when you bite into the first sugar cookie of the holiday season is the health of your teeth. One of the things we love to do most over the holidays is eat specialty treats, candies, cookies and baked goods, while sipping on eggnog and hot chocolate. Unfortunately, overdoing it […]

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If you’ve postponed a dental exam for several months now, you may be asking yourself: Is a dental appointment safe during coronavirus? Let’s take a look at what experts say. Is the Dentist’s Office a High-Risk Place? Dentist offices – like other medical centers – follow extremely strict safety and sanitation guidelines. To prevent the […]

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For years, scientists have been studying the connections between oral health and overall health. Research has documented strong connections between oral health and other diseases and conditions, like diabetes, respiratory infections, pregnancy and birth complications, Alzheimer’s disease and osteoporosis. One connection that’s long been debated has been the link between oral health and heart health. […]

How Often Do I Need a Dental Exam?

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When Do I Need a Root Canal?

When you have a painful, sensitive tooth, one of the first things your mind jumps to is: do I need a root canal? While root canals have a bad reputation as being a very painful procedure, they’re an effective treatment to relieve your tooth pain and save your natural tooth. Keep reading to learn what […]

What Should I Do If I Crack or Break a Tooth?

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The Connection Between Oral Health and Diabetes

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