Dental Associates of Florida - Brooksville
401 Howell Avenue, Brooksville, FL 34601
At our general family dentistry practice, we endeavor to make every patient’s experience as pleasant as possible. By being friendly and putting our patients at ease, we hope they will adhere to their preventative checkup schedule and enjoy excellent dental health.
General dentists, sometimes called family dentists, are responsible for the health of their patient’s teeth and gums. A dentist is the first person you see when you have any type of dental problem; they may refer you to a specialist if necessary.
A dentist general practice performs preventative exams to keep patients oral health in the best shape by catching any small problems, like dental decay, before they need a root canal, for example. Dentists stress the importance of brushing and flossing the correct way in order to prevent dental diseases. Dentists also diagnose and treat issues that patients have and answer questions about services, and perform elective procedures. Contact us for appointment an exam or if you have any type of dental trouble.
Our dentists provide general dentistry services in our community, which include explaining to patients how to prevent oral diseases, performing diagnostic services and treating a wide range of dental diseases and conditions, as covered in the list below.
If you are healthy, your dentist will probably tell you to come in twice a year for an exam. If you have risk factors for dental disease, your dentist will suggest an appropriate appointment schedule.
Our prices vary; they depend on what procedure you are receiving. Please ask when you call us for an appointment and we will try to estimate your cost and co-pay, if you have dental insurance. Please call us for an appointment.
All you have to do is call our office to schedule an appointment with a general dentist. Be sure to indicate that you are a new patient. We look forward to meeting you.
If you are just having an exam, and your oral health is good, your exam should not last more than an hour. If you are having work done, the amount of time you are here could be considerably longer.
Find your dental insurance card and make a list of all the medicines you are currently taking.
Going to a dentist on a regular basis helps dentists find problems when they are just starting and they are easy to treat. Avoiding the dentist because you are apprehensive or too busy means that the only way you will know there is a problem is when you get a painful toothache or other adverse symptom.
Call our office at (352) 600-4803