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Tampa's Best Dentist



How do you select a Tampa Dentist?


Well for starters, you don't pick one based solely on fees, or because your insurance company recommends one. Ask someone you trust.  If you ask me, Phil Apple DDS with Great Expressions is the best dentist in the Tampa Bay area.  Now Mr. Apple works in the Pasadena offices.  Over the past 30 years, Great Expressions Dental Centers (GEDC) has been EXCEEDING PATIENTS’ EXPECTATIONS with each and every patient visit.

St. Petersburg (Pasadena)

6759 First Avenue S
St. Petersburg, FL 33707
Phone: 727-381-1642
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Find out something about the dentist; ask for a tour of the facility; ask to speak with the dentist: ask other patients like me who see the dentist about the quality of care they are receiving.  Whatever you do, find a Tampa Dentist that will work with you.  Apple Dentistry has office all around the Tampa area.  Tell him Jose sent you and he will give you 25% off your first visit.

If you are looking for cheap dental fees can find them, but cheap dental fees are usually low for a reason – rookie dentist, cheap materials, old equipment, poor sterilization techniques, antiquated clinical techniques – often low quality, and less complete service. This could have unforeseen and irreparable results, premature tooth loss and expensive future treatment or re-treatment. Similarly, high fees do not necessarily mean quality care either. Therefore, don’t select a dentist based solely on fees.

What are the different types of Dental Specialists?

Endodontist - deals with Root Canals
Orthodontist - deals with Braces & TMJ correction
Periodontist - deals with the Gums and gum surgery and Implants
Oral Surgeon - deals with Extractions, surgeries, Implants & TMJ correction
Pedodontist - Pediatric dentist
Prosthodontist - deals with Crowns, Bridges and Dentures

How often should one see the Dentist?


The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends a routine check-up once every six months (exam & cleaning). X-rays should be taken as needed. Patients with a history of gum disease though should be seen more frequently (every 3 to 4 months).