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Dental Health Care

Florida Department of Health in Osceola County

Family Dental Home Program
As a Family Dental Home, we provide culturally aware dental care that is patient and family focused. Having a dental home for you and your child can help to prevent dental problems such as caries and gum disease while promoting healthy growth. Our preventive approach focuses in oral health education while delivering the necessary preventive and restorative care.

Comprehensive Dental Services
We provide Comprehensive, Preventative and Restorative care for patients of all ages. Services include Emergency Dental Care, Routine Dental Examinations, X-ray, Oral Health Education, Cleanings, Fluoride, Sealants, Fillings, Simple Extractions, Specialty Referrals and more.

First Baby Dental Visit
The first baby visit for infants and toddlers ages 0-2 years is intended to offer early intervention and to educate families on the importance of seeing a dentist every six months. The dental visit includes a Comprehensive Oral Exam, Oral Hygiene Instructions and Education, Fluoride Varnish and the Baby’s First Toothbrush.

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Prenatal Dental Visit
In an effort to reduce the incidence of pregnancy gingivitis, educate new moms about importance of receiving oral health care services and to introduce them to caring for their infant child’s oral health needs, we offer prenatal dental services to women during pregnancy.

Dental Visit - Every Six Months
Have you ever wondered why the American Dental Association recommends you have a dental exam every six months? It’s because regular dental visits are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. And in between those examinations, it’s important that you work to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy. If you need additional help, your dentist may even suggest more frequent visits.

Facts about Tooth Decay
Did you know that tooth decay (caries) is the #1 chronic childhood illness?  When left untreated, childhood tooth decay can have devastating consequences that extend beyond the dental chair.  Rampant decay can negatively impact a child's overall quality of life, inhibit their cognitive and social development and compromise their growth, function and self-esteem.

Acceptable Insurances for Dental Health (PDF)