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Advanced Dental Care

The Advanced Dental Membership Plan™

No Insurance? There is help available. We are pleased to accept The Advanced Dental Membership Plan™. This low-cost program provides its members with savings of up to 25 percent off of dental services.

Since this is not an "insurance plan" there are no waiting periods, no claims to file, no annual maximums, and no deductibles. You simply pay a reduced fee every time you come in for treatment. If you would like more information on this great new plan you may call us at (407) 696-6700 or sign up here!


Frequently Asked Questions

Every dental plan is different. The majority of dental plans do cover bridges. Some exclusions are plans that have a waiting period or a missing tooth clause. Our office will verify your insurance prior to any treatment being done so you are aware of the benefit of your specific policy.

The benefit of oral cancer screenings is early detection and treatment. At Advanced Dental Care, we perform oral cancer screenings in Winter Springs, FL, during routine visits. Your dentist will check for any oral lesions, spots, lumps, and other irregularities during the appointment.

Oral Cancer Screenings Lead to Early Detection 

Oral cancer screenings allow the dentist to check for any signs of precancerous conditions or cancer in the mouth. These screenings aim to identify oral cancer early when there’s a greater chance for successful and effective treatment. 

Common Signs of Oral Cancer

Knowing the signs of oral cancer is essential to help detect and treat it early. Here are some common symptoms:

  • Sores in the mouth that don’t heal
  • Painful swallowing or difficulty swallowing 
  • Pain in the mouth, jaw, or ear 
  • Red or white patches in the mouth 
  • Lumps or growths in the mouth or throat
  • Loose teeth unrelated to another dental issue 

How to Lower Your Risk 

Oral cancer screening benefits all patients, especially those with higher risks of developing oral cancer. Certain factors can increase your risk of having oral cancer:

  • Tobacco use, including cigarettes, chewing tobacco, vapes, cigars, and pipes
  • Heavy alcohol use 
  • Previous diagnosis of oral cancer
  • Significant sun exposure, which can lead to lip cancer 
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)

Contact Us Today 

If you’re concerned about oral cancer, speak with your doctor about reducing your risks and schedule a screening.

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