dental benefits

Brushing Up: How to Select A Toothbrush

With so many toothbrushes on the market, it may be confusing on which is the best type of toothbrush to choose.  The average american will spend more than 1,000 hours brushing their teeth making this a very important topic.  Here are some guidelines for you to consider when buying your next toothbrush: The softer the…

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Keep Your Teeth Happy At The Seabring Seafood and Music Festival

In a few short days we celebrate the Sebring Seafood and Music Festival (Click HERE for more info).  The Festival includes two jam packed days filled with games and activities for kids, live music, and fun with friends. One of our favorite parts of the festival is all of the delish food options!  Not only is there amazing seafood,…

CEREC Is More Than A Machine

Save money, time, and hassle with CEREC . This super machine can create a crown or partial crown in a single visit! Most dental offices have one CEREC machine at most but at Dental Care of Mid-Flordia we have three to best serve the needs of our clients.   This piece of super technology saves…

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Go NUTS Over Nuts

If you are looking for a healthy snack for the New Year snack on nuts! This is the perfect snack to replace your salty or crunchy cravings from chips, candies, and crackers.  These delicious snacks are portable, nutritious and of course, good for your teeth!  Nuts naturally remove bacteria and plaque, whereas candy coats teeth…

Dentists Have The Best Job

We’ve known it for years, but dentists have the best jobs, literally! According to a study from U.S. News and World Report’s 2017, Dentists are ranked as the top career in America. Being a dentist was the second-best job in 2016 and the best job in 2015. This year, orthodontist came in fifth, after leading…

Don’t Let Your Dental Benefits Go To Waste

THE END OF THE YEAR IS approaching fast! Before year’s end, our team at Dental Care of Mid Florida wants to remind you to take a look at your dental insurance benefits! Insurance Benefits Typically Don’t Roll Over To Next Year Each year your dental insurance company probably gives you a maximum amount of available benefits. Since those benefits…