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At Dentistry180, we offer a wide variety of treatments designed to help you and your family maintain healthy, beautiful smiles. General dentistry ranges from preventive visits to restorative procedures. Whether you need professional cleaning or a filling, Dr. Mario and his team are here to help.


Cleanings & Exams

Along with a strong oral hygiene routine, cleanings and exams are the best way to prevent potential dental problems. During your cleaning, our dental hygienist typically uses an ultrasonic scaler or air abrasion unit to eliminate plaque and tartar (calcified plaque) form the surfaces of your teeth. Regular exams allow us to prevent or catch problems before they progress into major complications.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a procedure that involves a more esthetically-pleasing material known as composite resin. We may recommend dental bonding to fix the structure and appearance of chipped, cracked, gapped, discolored, or abnormally-shaped teeth. We also use composite resin to provide tooth-colored fillings.  

Periodontal Treatment

Your periodontal (gum) tissues are just as important to your oral health as your teeth. Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss for adults in the U.S. If you suffer from advanced periodontitis, the final stage of gum disease, we usually recommend a scaling and root planing. If your scaling and root planing are successful, your gums should return to a pink, healthy state.

Tooth Extractions

Dr. Mario will always attempt to save a natural tooth before he suggests replacement alternatives. Unfortunately, this is not always possible. We may need to perform an extraction to stop the spread of infection after it has reached the root of a tooth or due to a compromising fracture of the tooth. An extraction may also be necessary to make space in the jaw for orthodontic treatment and correct severe crowding issues, in this case it will be determined by an orthodontist.

Night Guards

We usually recommended a night guard after a full mouth reconstruction for us to protect the restorations completed. They can also be used to prevent excessive tooth wear if you grind your teeth at night, also known as nocturnal bruxism. Finally, a similar appliance called an occlusal splint can also be used to treat temporomandibular dysfunction, which usually causes pain.

Restoring smiles and confidence for over 28 years!

 For more information on our dental procedures and to schedule your consultation, contact Dentistry180 at (941) 922-1504.


3900 Clark Road, Building S

Sarasota, FL 34233

Tel: (941) 922-1504 

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