At our St. Johns-based practice, patients are always our first priority. Our calm atmosphere, partnered with state-of-the-art technology and patient-centered care, creates a safe place where our patients can receive the dental care they need and deserve. We want you to look forward to your visits with our team.
Our dental professionals in St. Johns, Florida, are constantly searching for new continuing education opportunities in order to stay up to date on the latest dental techniques and industry standards. We provide our patients with personal, one-on-one attention to explain every procedure, listen to any concerns and answer all questions.
Our team at Southlake Dental Care strives to deliver optimal care to the St. Johns area because we understand how important your oral health is to overall health. Southlake Dental Care’s philosophy is to ensure your bright, healthy smile lasts for a lifetime!
To Southlake Dental Care, preventative care is a key element in maintaining your oral health. We offer a wide variety of dental services to exceed the expectations of every patient. From routine cleanings to complete smile makeovers, you can count on us to stay up to date on the latest technological advancements.
The Invisalign system was created as a convenient alternative to traditional metal braces. Composed of clear and removable aligners, they straighten teeth discreetly and effectively. They are made of a firm, transparent plastic that is customized for your teeth.
Emergency Dental Care
At Southlake Dental Care, we understand the need for immediate dental care and have always dedicated ourselves to serving our patients by providing emergency dental care during business hours. Contact our team to learn more about this service and the days and times it's available.
Teeth whitening treatments are a common procedure that brightens teeth and removes discoloration. The teeth whitening procedures offered at our office are crafted to make you feel completely at ease while acquiring a shiny, bright smile.
Dental crowns are used as a replacement for the natural surface of a tooth, which could have deteriorated or have weakened over time. Some reasons why you would need a crown are:
Chipped or broken teeth
Root canal treatment
To save weaker and damage-prone teeth
Contact our team for more information on dental crowns.
When it comes to basic dental procedures, teeth cleaning is by far the most common. This is because many dental treatments require the teeth to be cleaned first before they can take place.