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Joseph Delmond, DMD

Education: University of Florida College of Dentistry, Gainsville, FL; DMD Area of...

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Good dental health requires daily dental care and regular dental check ups. Professional dental visits and cleanings are recommended twice per year.

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We now offer Smile Perfected™ 20 Minute Whitening.

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Welcome to Advanced Dental Care of Ocala

At Advanced Dental Care of Ocala we offer quality, convenient dental care for the whole family. Located at 1500 SE 17th Street, Bldg 400, Ocala, FL 34471, we provide many dental services including dental hygiene, crowns, dentures, and various cosmetic procedures among many other services. We accept most insurance plans and offer payment options to fit any budget. We serve the Ocala community with convenient office hours. To contact us please call Advanced Dental Care of Ocala or click here to book an appointment today.

New Patients Welcome!

Proper dental care is important at all ages. Good dental health requires that you take care of your teeth daily and have regular dental check ups. It is recommended that you receive professional dental checkups and cleaning at least 1-2 times per year. Call (352) 502-4381 or click here to book an appointment today!

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Tooth Extraction - It’s Not as Bad as You Think

The thought of pulling teeth usually makes people cringe, but tooth extraction is a simple, straightforward procedure that ends painful dental problems when a natural tooth is too damaged or decayed to be saved. The most common type of tooth extraction removes impacted wisdom teeth that may eventually cause pain and infection. It’s also wise [...] Read more...

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Brushing Tips to Ensure Great Oral Health

If you want great dental health and improved well-being, maintaining good dental hygiene for kids and adults is imperative. Leaving large amounts of plaque on your teeth causes tooth decay, cavities, and periodontal disease. Recently, scientists have discovered that dental disease is linked to serious health conditions like cardiovascular disease and diabetes. You’re probably aware [...] Read more...

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