Oral Health in Boca Raton, FL
Acid Reflux and GERD
Diabetic Patients Run a Greater Risk of Compromised Oral Health
The Connection Between Heart Disease and Oral Health
A simple Google search will reveal that there’s a distinct connection between poor oral health and increased incidents of heart disease. Need proof? The Mayo Clinic states that poor oral health “is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease.” Some signs of potential heart disease include irritated gums, bleeding gums, receding gums, or chronic bad breath. Fortunately, our dentist in Boca Raton, FL, can treat these conditions before they culminate in heart disease.
Changes in Your Oral Health During Pregnancy
Do You Recognize Any of These Lupus Symptoms?
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Dr. A. and his Dental Nurse where so patient and accommodating and really made me feel comfortable throughout the whole procedure. It was a great success!
- Roxy V.
I highly recommend Dental Care of Boca. This office is very well run & organized. Being open 7 days a week is a huge plus when you have severe tooth pain on the weekend like I did. The entire staff is very friendly, caring & knowledgeable.
- Evan L.
Amazing office and all staff members are top notch! Dr. A is a phenomenal dentist and a very caring and kind person. I have been coming to the office for years for cleanings and various other dental procedures and every experience has been wonderful. I highly recommend this practice!!!
- Valerie N.
The entire staff is so kind and gentle. From the moment you walk-in until you walk out you are in compassionate hands.