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Dental Walk-In Clinic of Tampa Bay Florida is dedicated to providing Dental Care and emergencies 7 days a week. We offer the most up to date general, comprehensive, cosmetic family dentistry, and emergency care in the Bay area. Our clean air and safe office promise ensures our commitment to a safe office environment.

Our centers have grown to provide a world-class facility for the treatment of tooth loss, dental cosmetics, and emergency Dental Services.

We hope that the information on our website helps to gain your confidence and allows our Team to treat your dental needs. With the help of our technology-driven office and friendly caring team, we look forward to showing you why we feel that the Dental Walk-In Clinic of Tampa Bay is the premier provider of convenient and accessible dental care.

Our Team’s goal is to treat each customer as an individual while providing superb clinical treatment, compassionate care, and being available when you need help with Dental Care and emergencies.

Whether for emergency, routine dental care, or cosmetic dental services, we offer personalized, caring dental procedures for all your dental needs includingSedation Dentistry, and complete Denture and Implant Dentistry while meeting or surpassing Dental standards. We look forward to meeting you.



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Our Google Reviews speak themselves. We are committed to excellence and satisfied customers.  We appreciate your confidence in allowing our team to treat any and all dental needs. Our Team’s goal is to treat each patient as an individual, providing superb clinical treatment, compassionate care, and being available when you need a dentist.

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Ensuring your health and safety is our top priority. We remain steadfast in upholding the highest and safest standards for both our facilities and the air quality within. Your well-being is at the core of our commitment, and we continually strive to provide a secure environment for all

Your Trusted Center For IV Sedation Dentistry In Tampa Bay

The DWIC Team understands that going to the dentist can at times be stressful and for some a terrifying experience. With over 20 years of experience managing patient comfort and limiting stress during dental procedures, Dr. Mark Holmes, Dr. Christine Van Groesbeck, Dr. Adiba Khan, and the DWIC team have developed practice protocols to assure our patients are comfortable and safe during dental procedures. Dr. Holmes is a respected lecturer on the topic of Stress Management and Sedation Dentistry, having lectured to dental societies, dental academics and student dentists at the University of Florida..

Our entire team is here to answer any of your questions regarding sedation dentistry. Our IV Sedation team has many years of experience in different sedation techniques and receives continuous training in safely delivering a comfortable stress-free experience to our patients. The team recently returned from annual advanced anesthesia training in Los Angeles, CA.

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We eagerly await your visit so we can help you attain the beautiful smile you have always desired. With advanced cosmetics and contemporary implant dentistry, your new smile will not only have longevity but also improve your overall health, function, and confidence.

Our availability allows us to provide dental care seven days a week. Additionally, we offer convenient appointment times to accommodate your busy schedule. Contact Us, or CALL 813.636.9400 now for a consultation or second opinion.

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    Instructions following dental extractions

    Will I have pain?

    A certain amount of pain following the removal of teeth is not uncommon. If no prescription for pain medicine is given, you may use over the counter pain medicine such as Tylenol®. Do not use aspirin products.

    What if there is bleeding?

    A small amount of bleeding is to be expected following tooth extractions. Oozing may continue twenty-four to forty-eight hours. If a lot of bleeding occurs, remove any large liver-like clots, then place a piece of folded gauze over the bleeding area and bite down firmly for twenty minutes. The gauze pack must be thick enough so you can press when biting down. Repeat this procedure if necessary. Biting pressure on a wet tea bag may be effective in stopping bleeding. If bleeding happens, avoid hot liquids, stop mouth rinse, sit upright and stop exercise.

    Will I see swelling?

    Following extractions, swelling and sometimes bruising can be expected. Normally, swelling will reach its peak on the third day after surgery, then go away. To help swelling go down, ice packs should be put on your face where the swelling is twenty to thirty minutes each hour for the first twenty-four hours, then five to ten minutes each hour for the next day if swelling is extreme. After two days, stop the ice.

    Can I use mouthwash?

    Vigorous mouth washing may cause bleeding if clots are not formed. Therefore do not rinse your mouth for at least 24 hours following extractions. You may then gently rinse mouth with warm saltwater solution (1/2 teaspoon of salt to a glass of warm water) four or five times a day for several days. If bleeding continues, stop all mouth rinsing and bite on folded gauze. The third day following surgery you may use a mouthwash such as Cepocol®, Lavoris®, or Chloraseptic® in addition to the salt water. This will leave a more pleasant taste in your mouth and also act as an antiseptic.

    What can I eat?

    Your diet should be light, smooth foods (soups, custards, junior baby foods, egg nogs and Jell-O, etc.) until healing has gotten to the point where more coarse foods can be chewed. Dietary supplements such as Nutrament®, Sustacal® or Boost® may be helpful to maintain daily dietary requirements. Drink six to eight glasses of water daily. Maintain normal bowel movements. A mild laxative is recommended if necessary.

    What Are Other Things I Need To Know?

    Temperature Following extensive oral surgery, it is not uncommon to have a temperature. Rest and plenty of liquids will help you return to normal temperature.

    Stitches Following the removal of your teeth, an alveoplasty (surgical bone trimming) will be performed to prepare your mouth for dentures. Stitches have been used to reposition the tissues and speed healing. After a few days, the stitches may cause a “drawing” to tight feeling. This is normal and will be relieved when the stitches are removed. Return for the removal of stitches at the time your doctor told you.

    Other Conditions:

    Bad Taste - Because the stitches can collect pieces of food, your breath may be bad and you may have a bad taste in your mouth. Removal of the stitches will clear up this condition.

    Coated Tongue - Following oral surgery, the tongue may become coated. As healing progresses, this condition will go away.

    Bone Fragments - During the healing process, small sharp fragments of bone may loosen and work through the gum. These fragments, which are not roots, usually work out by themselves, but if annoying, return to the office for their removal.

    Dentures - You should return to your dentist for denture impressions when instructed by him. If he has made no arrangements for this with you, it is suggested that you contact him about ten days after you have been released from our service.

    Post-Operative Treatments - Treatments Return to our office for post-operative treatments when scheduled.

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