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Coral Bay Family Dentistry is devoted to making sure you and your family are taken care of. Your safety and comfort is of the utmost importance to us. Whatever your oral health issues may be, we are certain that we will be able to give you the care your teeth need and deserve.

The Importance of Dental Hygiene

We all know that brushing at least twice a day and flossing once a day comes highly recommended by dental care professionals everywhere as well as the American Dental Association, but doing your part is only half the battle. The ADA also recommends regular check-ups with a certified dentist. Many are under the impression that if they brush regularly, they can avoid cavities and therefore avoid going to the dentist. Keeping your smile bright, your breath fresh, and your teeth cavity-free is only a small part of oral health.

Dental Disease is Highly Preventable

The mouth is an important gateway to the body’s general health. Keeping your oral health in order promotes health throughout the body. Dental and gum disease has been linked to other health problems in the body, specifically heart health. These oral health issues are preventable and often easy to treat, but the best way to get everything in optimal health is to have these problems identified early on, which means regular check-ups are a small price to pay for peace of mind and protection of your body’s overall health.

We Keep You Smiling!

Coral Bay Family Dentistry will make you feel comfortable and safe while we help you maintain the best oral health possible. Contact us today to set up an appointment so our friendly and experienced staff of health care professionals can keep you and your smile healthy and happy.

We’ll Provide You With That Winning Smile!

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Meet Our Staff

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  • Tracey Y. Cook
    DDS

    Dr. Cook graduated from University of Maryland. She is an active member of the California Dental Association. Dr. Cook has provided quality dental care to her patients for over 20 years. Her experience, gentle touch, continuing education & knowledge of the latest dental techniques will provide you the healthy, beautiful smile you and your family are deserving of. 

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Monday:

8:30 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:30 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:30 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

8:30 AM-5:00 PM

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