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INNOVATIVE DENTISTRY

Healthy Smile.
Happy Life.

A different kind of dental experience where
modern technology meets old-fashioned service.

General & Cosmetic Dentist in Tavares, FL

Providing Caring, Capable & Comprehensive Dental Services

Our experienced team is proud to offer comprehensive dental services to our patients. Whether you need a general dentist, cosmetic dental services, crowns and bridges, dental implants, 3D Imaging, or emergency dental care, we’ve got you covered. Contact us to schedule an appointment with our caring and capable dentist.

Call our dental offices in Tavares, FL today at 352-343-2821.

Tavares Dental offers comprehensive treatment planning covering all aspects restorative and cosmetic dentistry including cleanings, fillings, crowns, bridges, and extractions. Dr. Potter has the expertise to offer many complex procedures in-house, including endodontic treatment (root canals), wisdom teeth removal and surgical extractions, as well as dental implants. We offer cosmetic smile design with Invisalign clear braces, teeth whitening, and cosmetic fillings as well as partial and full dentures.

Even if you “don’t like going to the dentist,” I can promise you a great experience at Tavares Dental. Our team works hard to make sure every patient feels comfortable and listened to, even if you’ve had dental anxieties in the past. I hope to see you in our office soon!

Featured Dental Services

Cosmetic Dentistry

We offer a variety fixed prosthodontics with veneers, crowns, bridges and dental implants.

Invisalign Orthodontics

A clear alternative to straightened teeth and a beautiful smile.

Root Canal Therapy

We offer root canal therapy as well as oral surgery and wisdom tooth extractions.

How Can We Help Your Smile?

Centrally Located in Tavares, FL

Catering to all of your dental needs and wants.

Committed To Dental Excellence

Our team works hard to make sure every patient feels comfortable and listened to.

Experience & Care

Dr. Potter is dedicated to providing his patients with innovative, high quality dental care.​​

Quality Treatment

We love to help our patients become happier, healthier and more confident.

Comprehensive

Tavares Dental offers comprehensive treatment planning covering all aspects restorative and cosmetic dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

The goal is to bring back your natural smile and prevent future oral health issues.

Patient Testimonials

What Our Smiling Patients Say​

Dental FAQs

Why is visiting a dentist so important?

Going to a dentist regularly will ensure that your teeth and mouth stay healthy. It will prevent things like tooth decay, tooth loss, gum disease, and even bad breath. Not only that, but it will keep your smile looking bright and attractive for life!

Do I still need to go to a dentist if my teeth feel OK?

Even if your teeth feel healthy and fine, you still need to visit a dentist regularly to have them professionally examined and cleaned. In many cases, you may not even notice when you have a dental problem. A dentist will be able to spot it right away and prevent it from getting worse.

How often do I need to visit a dentist?

People of all ages should go to a dentist for a regular checkup and cleaning every six months. This is frequent enough for children, teens, and adults with healthy teeth and gums. If you have a poorer state of oral health, your dentist may ask you to come in for more frequent checkups.

When should I start taking my child to a dentist?

It is recommended that children make their first trip to a dentist between six months and one year old. During the first visit, the dentist will examine your child’s baby teeth to ensure they are healthy and coming in correctly. From the first visit onwards, you should take your child to see your dentist every six months.

What is the best way to prevent cavities?

Brush your teeth at least twice a day for two to three minutes to get rid of bacteria that damage their enamel. Floss at least once a day to get rid of the bacteria between your teeth. Avoid foods with high sugar content and brush your teeth after eating sticky foods that stay in your teeth.

Our Commitment to Excellence