Serving St. Pete Beach, FL
Century Dental is a local family dentist office located in St. Pete Beach, Florida. We treat patients of all ages and do so in a clean, warm, and welcoming environment.
Our team focuses on improving the overall experience of our patients whenever possible. The moment you walk into our office, you will be greeted with the warmest smiles and welcomed by our friendly staff.
Philosophy of Care
John H. Penny, Jr., DDS and Abdullah M. Allawnha, DDS along with the rest of the team, believe in the importance of preventive care. We focus on keeping patients in good oral health so they can live a full, healthy, and enjoyable life. Our dentists in St. Pete Beach, Florida educate our patients on what they can do to stay healthy at home.
Aside from giving them tips on how to brush and floss properly, our dentists also recommend patients eat a healthy diet that consists of lean protein, nuts, fruits, green leafy vegetables, and dairy products. Eating these foods along with drinking plenty of water can help your teeth stay healthy and strong.
Education, after all, is essential for living a healthier life.
We treat adults, and seniors at Century Dental. We understand that each age group requires a different approach because of their unique dental needs, which also change with time.
More than 70% of US adults suffer from tooth loss, hence preventive care is important. In adults, keeping teeth healthy with preventive care is also important, but we end up treating a large number of patients with restorative solutions. With a full set of adult teeth, there will be no replacements coming in. Good thing our dentists in St. Pete Beach, Florida can help restore a damaged tooth so that it looks and feels completely natural. From regular cleaning and dental fillings to dentures and implants, we’ve got you covered!
Seniors, on the other hand, often struggle with gum disease. As we age, our teeth become weaker and are prone to infections. Bone loss is common, but by conducting regular dental exams, our team at Century Dental can help seniors reduce the risk of teeth falling out. More than 70% of US adults suffer from tooth loss, hence preventive care is important.
Visit Our Family Dental Office in St. Pete Beach, FL
We welcome patients throughout St. Pete Beach, Pasadena, and other Florida communities to schedule an appointment in our office by calling (727) 367-3313.
Have your teeth cleaned and examined at least twice yearly. Do not delay treatment. During your visit, our dentists will also look for any signs of cavities and gum disease. If any are seen, we should not delay treatment! Early detection and treatment are important for reducing any pain and possible complications. For example, gum disease, when caught early, will only require a thorough deep cleaning. If this is left untreated, surgery may be needed.