Clermont Family Dentistry is excited to announce that our office is now open for all treatments and procedures, and that we’re taking additional special measures to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.Learn more
For your convenience, we are in-network with a wide variety of dental insurance providers. Don’t see your provider below? Our network is always growing, so give us a call and speak with a member of our team about your insurance options. We’ll always do your best to get the most out of your plan and help you maximize your dental insurance benefits.
We believe that finances shouldn’t prevent you from getting the quality dental care you need. We strive to make our services accessible for all of our patients, even those without dental insurance. We work with reputable third-party lenders including CareCredit Alphaeon Credit to ensure that our treatments can work within any budget. If you’re interested in financing your treatments, give us a call at or (352) 269-1400 and we will be happy to get you started.
If you’re coming to our office for the first time, we ask that you fill out your new patient paperwork before your appointment.
We are standing by to answer any questions you may have and help ensure your first visit is stress-free.
To save time at your first visit, be sure to fill out your new patient paperwork ahead of time! We are doing our part to create an eco-friendly office as well as a streamlined patient experience. That is why all of our forms can be conveniently accessed and completed online.
Have questions about Clermont Family Dentistry? Check out some of our most frequently asked questions below, or give us a call at (352) 242-1763 to speak with a member of our team.
The American Dental Association and our doctors recommend that you come in for a visit every six months. This helps us track your oral health and ensures cavities and gum disease stays at bay. We’ll perform a comprehensive exam and a professional cleaning to ensure we can identify any potential issues while they are small and easily treatable, saving you both time and money.
Yes! We offer flexible scheduling with same-day appointments for all dental emergencies. If you are experiencing a dental emergency like a knocked-out or chipped tooth, be sure to contact us right away to get the help you need.
Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease, or periodontal disease. It is essentially an infection of the gums due to a buildup of plaque on the teeth and gums. Luckily, gingivitis can be reversed with professional treatment from and proper at-home care. If left untreated, gingivitis can progress into periodontitis and cause permanent damage to your teeth, gums, and underlying bone structure.