All Aspects Dental is a hometown dental practice in Oakland, Florida, our service focuses on complete dental care for the entire family. We specialize in excellent service, personal care and customized patient treatments.
At All Aspects Dental, we built our office with our patients in mind. By encouraging a soothing atmosphere with modern technology, we have created a place where our patients in Oakland receive the premium quality of dental care they need and deserve. From the moment you walk in our front door, our team will ensure that you feel comfortable, safe and cared about. Our state-of-the art facility has the latest equipment so we can offer you the most advanced treatment options available.
Our team of dental professionals has continued their education courses to keep all of us current on the latest dental techniques and highest industry standards. At All Aspects Dental, we give each patient one-on-one attention to explain procedures, listen to their concerns and address their questions.
All Aspects Dental seeks to provide lifetime dental care to the Oakland area, because your oral health is an important part of your overall health. Our professional mission is to provide the dental services that are in your best interest now and for many years to come so you have a smile that will last a lifetime!
With an emphasis on a lifelong dental care partnership in Oakland, Florida, we offer a full range of dental treatments to meet the needs of our patients and preferences of each individual. From routine cleanings to complete smile makeovers, we provide the latest dental techniques to give our patients the most cutting edge services.
Braces can be used to effectively correct alignment and crowded teeth. Even if your teeth are straight, your upper and lower jaws might not meet properly because of an issue with your teeth's alignment. This kind of problem might result in other oral problems, such as tooth decay, tooth loss and jaw problems.
If you are considering braces, we recommend that you visit our dentist. At All Aspects Dental, we will work with you throughout the process.
Teeth cleanings are highly recommended because your mouth regularly accumulates bacteria and plaque. Our teeth cleaning process includes a thorough dental examination, followed by tartar removal, and then flossing and polishing your teeth. Our dentist can also offer you additional information about how to take good care of your teeth.
There are a number of reasons that your teeth might have changed color. Common causes involve eating, drinking and lifestyle habits, such as eating candy, drinking coffee and smoking. While most people choose to perform teeth whitening remedies at home, our dentist at All Aspects Dental can offer you in-office options.
Abscesses are pockets of infected tissue surrounding cavities. The common signs of an abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. If you experience any of these symptoms, consult with our dentist. They can discuss available treatments with you.
Invisalign are clear aligners that are custom made for your dental structure.
Invisalign are virtually invisible and fit perfectly over your teeth. They are engineered to provide the right amount of pressure for your teeth in the right places. This means that your teeth will gradually move into perfect alignment, following a treatment plan developed by our dentist.
Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening
Zoom in-office teeth whitening can remove discoloration from your teeth. The patented whitening gel is applied to the patient’s teeth for about 1 hour.
When you come in for the Zoom in-office teeth whitening procedure, you should consult our dentist who understands the requirements, risks and precautions of the procedure. From the preliminary examination to the precautions during the procedure, you can be sure that our dentist will gladly work with you.
Many people who experience tooth decay and plaque build-up assume that tooth extraction is their only option. Luckily, crowns offer a less extreme solution to this problem. Crowns can preserve your natural tooth by covering the affected area. This prevents further damage to the tooth.