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Cosmetic Dentists in Tampa

Only about 5 percent of the Dentists in Tampa have performed so consistently well enough to earn the Angie’s List Super Service Award

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Welcome to North Pointe Dental Associates

North Pointe Dental Associates is a renowned and premier, full-service dental practice committed to serving all of your oral health needs. Our office has been serving the community and creating world-class smiles since 1976. The award-winning doctors and staff at North Pointe Dental Associates continue to deliver the highest quality of care to ensure patient satisfaction. By using a multidisciplinary approach, we are able to address your oral health and aesthetic needs using advanced general and cosmetic procedures. Dr. Ronald M. Pross, Dr. Richard M. Kanter, Dr. Marc S. Tindell, and Dr. Barrett I. Tindell stay current with the latest technological and clinical advances allowing our patients to receive the highest quality outcome and optimal treatment.

Our caring and dedicated team is here for your every need. For your convenience, our practice is available for emergency dental care for those unexpected times when relief from oral pain caused by a toothache, gum infection, or another uncomfortable oral condition is a necessity.

Quality Dental Services Serving Tampa FL

North Pointe Dental Associates is a premier, full-service dental practice located in Tampa, Florida. Comprised of an incredibly experienced and skilled dental team, we perform both general and cosmetic dentistry. North Pointe Dental Associates has been delivering superb, personalized dental care and smile makeover procedures since 1976.

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Dental Crowns

A dental crown preserves the functionality of a compromised tooth while maintaining or improving its natural aesthetic appearance.

Dental Crowns

A dental crown offers you the ability to chew comfortably, knowing that your damaged tooth below the crown (cap) will not crack or decay.

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Dental implants

Dental implants have become the ideal treatment for replacing one or more missing teeth.

Dental implants

We believe that dental implants offer several advantages over other types of restorations and strongly recommend this treatment.

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Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth in order to restore function and improve the appearance of your smile.

Dental Bridge

Our team offers several different types of dental bridges to their patients and will work closely with you to find the best fit.

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Dental Bonding

North Pointe Dental Associates offers a range of restorative and cosmetic procedures, including dental bonding.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a common solution for fixing chipped or cracked teeth. It is a less invasive procedure than can be done on both children and adults.

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TMJ/TMD

Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ/TMD) is a very uncomfortable dental condition which affects the synovial joint.

TMJ/TMD

TMJ/TMD results in pain in the muscles that control jaw movement. It can develop on both sides of your mouth and can lead to a range of uncomfortable symptoms.

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Dentures & Partials

Dentures are used to replace teeth for individuals that have few or no remaining teeth.

Dentures & Partials

While dental implants or fixed bridges are a better solution, partials and dentures provide an affordable alternative for replacing missing teeth allowing you to retain your smile.

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Invisalign

Invisalign is a teeth-straightening appliance that is nearly invisible when placed in the mouth.

Invisalign

Invisalign is worn to address minor misalignment issues and provide our patients with a straight, beautiful smile. Invisalign is a routine procedure for our team.

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Root canal therapy

RCT

Root canal therapy is not a foreign term to most individuals. But, see why it is actually beneficial.

RCT

Root canal therapy is necessary for dental patients whose dental pulp is compromised due to oral bacteria or deep dental cavities, in order to prevent infection, toothache, and tooth loss.

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Emergency

Dental emergencies happen. In this case, you should be well-prepared by having your emergency dentist’s information readily available.

Emergency Dentistry

During a dental emergency, seeing a dentist right away can make a big difference between saving or losing a tooth or avoiding infection. This also includes knocked-out or broken teeth.

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