We’re excited to unveil our new website, but equally as excited to show you our new Acosta Dental Arts dental blog. We hope you’ll check back here often for tips and advice on how to keep your mouth healthy and your smile looking great. As always, if you have a question or need to make an appointment, just give us a call at 561-763-9578. Our friendly team is always glad to help.
For this first edition of our new blog, we want to highlight some of the things that make our dental practice special.
You Can Choose Oral Sedation to Help You Relax
Our team understands how anxious some people can become just thinking about dental work, much less coming into our office for their smile care. That’s why we offer you oral conscious sedation in pill form. It will completely relax you from head to toe, eliminating your anxiety and allowing you to lie back comfortably during your procedure. It is a very effective method for getting the care you need.
Advanced Technology Ensures the Best Care Possible
We have invested in the latest dental technology to ensure you get the most up-to-date treatment available. In fact, we practice “full digital dentistry,” meaning you will benefit from leading-edge equipment and procedures to keep your smile looking its best. One example of this is the iTero intraoral scanner. It allows us to take digital impressions without any goopy mess in your mouth. Our patients appreciate small touches like that that make a big difference.
You’ll Always Receive Personalized Treatment
At Acosta Dental Arts, we believe in giving our patients individualized care at every visit. We’ll only recommend treatments that will benefit you and your smile, and you’ll never feel rushed in our office. We’ll take all the time needed to answer your questions at a free consultation and help you feel comfortable with your treatment. You’ll leave feeling good about your dental care and happy that you chose our practice.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of our new Acosta Dental Arts dental blog. Call us today at 561-763-9578 to schedule your next dental visit or ask any questions.