At Tower Dental Associates, we value our patient relationships, making it our priority to deliver gentle compassionate care that you deserve from a dentist in Gainesville, FL. We work hard to make you feel at ease by providing exceptional patient care in a relaxed, convenient atmosphere. We strive to develop lifelong relationships with our patients by combining the latest dental technology with a professional and compassionate staff. The result is a beautiful, healthy smile that lasts a lifetime.We also believe that patients should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health, treatment options and choice of dentist in Gainesville. You’ll find all of this important information on our website, including directions to our Gainesville dentist office, service descriptions, patient forms, patient education resources and more.
John A. Samarkos, DMD and Maria E. Rodriguez-Samarkos have been in practice since 1992 and established Tower Dentistry. The vision for their practice has always been to provide excellence in dentistry in a caring and comfortable atmosphere.
Dental crowns serve a variety of functions. They can replace a large filling, protect a weak neighboring tooth, restore a fractured tooth, attach a bridge, and more.
While certain missing teeth aren’t problematic, others, whether for aesthetic or practical reasons, need to be replaced. Dental implants lay the foundation for replacement teeth.
Root canals have a bad reputation, but with the right care, they are fairly painless procedures. At Tower Dental, we're committed to successful techniques that keep our patients comfortable.
Invisalign® offers a great alternative to traditional braces and requires little maintenance. New to Tower Dental? Well do a free consultation for your first visit!
Came in for emergency temporary crown fix. The dental assistant was friendly, did a great job, and was fast. Thank you!
We don’t plan for dental emergencies, but they can happen. Missing teeth affect more than...
Periodontal Disease You’ve probably heard of gum disease, but it’s medical name is periodontal disease....
So you’ve just heard your dentist say you need a root canal? It’s a scary...