Natural and Cosmetic Dentistry Clearwater, Dr. Beata Carlson and Associates
At Natural and Cosmetic Dentistry, our philosophy is that dental treatment should be gentle, conservative, minimally invasive, and natural. We want you to be able and willing to take care of your teeth, get infection removed, have a beautiful, bright smile and not have to worry about discomfort. Gentleness, excellent communication, listening, customer service, and your health are of the utmost importance to us.
As Holistic Dentists in Clearwater, FL, Dr. Beata Carlson and Associates recognize that dental infection and materials used can affect the health of the rest of your body. For your health, we use only dental materials that are biocompatible with your body. We are a mercury free office and only provide white fillings. To ensure your health when we remove mercury silver fillings, we take extra precautions to ensure you do not swallow or breathe the metal. We follow Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique (SMART) protocol!
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Meet Dr. Carlson
Dr. Carlson is a 1995 graduate of the University of Maryland at Baltimore and is also a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, The American Academy of General Dentistry and The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Meet Dr. Gilton
Dr. Gilton was born and raised in Lutz, FL. She attended the University of South Florida Honors College, graduating Suma Cum Laude with a degree in Biochemical Sciences with minors in Biomedical Physics and Public Health.
Whether it's a routine cleaning or a more involved treatment, Dr. Beata Carlson and Dr. Amber M. Gilton have the experience and care to provide you with quality dentistry. Having a dentist who knows your needs and uses only healthy dental material, makes for health, beauty and comfort.
News and Articles
Gum disease can be a potentially serious condition, leading to additional health problems, tooth decay, and loss of teeth. Knowing the signs and symptoms of gum disease is important for your overall oral and physical health. Types of Gum Disease There are actually two different types of gum disease: Gingivitis Gingivitis means inflammation of the […]
Did you know that you have around 30 to 70 different forms of bacteria in your mouth at any given time? There are actually over 700 varieties of bacteria that have been discovered in the mouth, but most people have between 34 and 72 different types in their mouth. Some of the bacteria in your […]
The New Year is a time for self improvement, but choosing a resolution can be difficult. If you’re tired of stale resolutions that you know you can’t keep, try making 2019 all about your oral health. The following dental health resolutions are sure to improve your health, help you feel better, and boost your confidence. […]