Board-Certified Periodontist Joins Coast Dental in Ocala and Lakeland
Residents in the Ocala and Lakeland area with gum disease, missing teeth, gummy smiles or uneven gum lines have a new choice for quality, affordable care now that periodontist Dr. Ryan Mendro is joining two Coast Dental practices. Dr. Mendro is a board-certified periodontist who is dedicated to providing comprehensive periodontal and dental implant treatment in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. In addition to diagnosing and treating problems associated with the gums, Dr. Mendro also performs bone grafting, extractions, dental implants, crown lengthening, gummy smile surgery, orthodontic exposure of teeth, ridge augmentation and sinus lifts.
Coast Dental Launches Orthodontics in Melbourne, Merritt Island
Coast Dental has a new way to help people smile now that it's adding a comprehensive orthodontics program to three practices in Melbourne, West Melbourne and Merritt Island.
For a limited time, Dr. Bass will offer adults and teenagers special savings on both traditional metal braces and clear bracket braces. Monthly payments start at $115 with $199 down on a 24-month treatment program.* For offer details and to make an appointment for a free consultation, visit CoastDentalOrtho.com or call 1-800-32-SMILE.
Orthodontist David Lee Joins SmileCare
Residents in Anaheim, Bellflower, Carson and Torrance have a new option for affordable braces now that experienced orthodontist David Lee, DDS, MS, is joining four SmileCare locations. Patients can call 1-800-32-SMILE or visit www.SmileCareOrtho.com to schedule a free consultation.
Coast Dental Welcomes Atlanta Oral Surgeon Dr. Adam Waksor
Coast Dental is proud to welcome oral surgeon Adam Waksor, DDS, to its team of dental specialists and general dentists. Dr. Waksor has more than a decade of experience in oral and maxillofacial surgery. He specializes in correcting problems with the teeth, gums, jaw and face, including problems caused by birth defects, impacted wisdom teeth and facial trauma. Dr. Waksor's services include bone grafting, cosmetic surgery, dental implants, extractions, facial trauma surgery, pre-prosthetic surgery, ridge augmentation and sinus lifts.
Oral Cancer Awareness Month: Save $10 on Screenings
The best way to beat cancer is to find it early. Coast Dental, SmileCare and Nevada Dental Associates are teaming up to mark Oral Cancer Awareness Month by offering a $10 discount on oral cancer screenings every day in April. When found early, patients have an almost 90% survival rate. The clinicians at Coast Dental, SmileCare and Nevada Dental Associates supplement a conventional oral examination with Identafi®, the world’s first multi-spectral imaging device designed to help a dentist detect oral cancer at its earliest and most curable stages. To request an appointment, call 1-800-32-SMILE.
Coast Dental Merritt Island Welcomes Dr. Ferdous Ali
Residents in Merritt Island, FL and the surrounding communities have a new option for comprehensive, affordable dental care now that Dr. Ferdous Ali has joined Coast Dental Merritt Island, located at 229 Crockett Blvd.
Dr. Ali and his friendly team treat adults, teenagers and children as young as 6. They provide a wide variety of services including teeth cleanings, fillings, extractions, whitening, root canal therapy, crowns, bridges and dentures, and emergency dental care. The office can usually accommodate dental emergencies the same day. For an appointment, call (321) 449-0833 or visit www.CoastDental.com/MerrittIsland.
Pediatric Dentist Aneil Kamboj Joins SmileCare
SmileCare is proud to welcome pediatric dentist Aneil Kamboj, DDS, to its team of dental specialists and general dentists at four SmileCare practices in Bakersfield, Clovis, Fresno and Modesto. Dr. Kamboj provides comprehensive dental care for infants, children and teenagers. To make an appointment, please call (559) 227-2900 or go online to www.SmileCare.com.
Tooth decay affects children in the United States more than any other chronic disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About one-fourth of children aged 2-5 have had at least one cavity, and the percentage jumps to half of children between the ages of 12 and 15. If left untreated, tooth decay can lead to pain, infections and problems with eating, speaking, learning and playing.