Welcome to the dental office of Russell M. Davis, DMD. Our top priority is helping you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.
Welcome to the dental office of Russell M. Davis, DMD. Our top priority is helping you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.
Welcome to the dental office of Russell M. Davis, DMD. Our top priority is helping you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.
Welcome to the dental office of Russell M. Davis, DMD. Our top priority is helping you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.



Welcome to the dental office of Russell M. Davis, DMD, located in Fort Pierce, Florida. Our top priority is helping you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.

Dr. Davis and his team are committed to providing our patients with the highest standard of dental care available in a pleasant and comfortable environment.

We believe in the importance of patient education and will discuss any dental concerns or findings, including treatment options, tailored to your individual needs.

We offer a wide range of services from routine exams, cleanings, sealants, extractions, fillings, both traditional and implant crowns and bridges, veneers and tooth whitening utilizing state-of-the-art technology to help ensure you receive the best possible care.


Dr. Russell M. Davis DMD
Dr. Davis has been providing general and family dental care in his native Fort Pierce, since 1991. He earned his Bachelors Degree (BA) from the University of South Florida and his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD)  from the University of Florida.

To stay up to date with the latest advancements in dentistry, Dr. Davis is active in continuing education throughout the year. He is an alumnus of the Nash Institute for Dental Learning in Huntersville, NC and a Faculty Club Member of Spear Education in Scottsdale, AZ.

Dr Davis has membership in the American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, Atlantic Coast District Dental Association, Treasure Coast Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

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General Treatment

Our practice can provide a wide range of dental services.  Our emphasis is on total preventive care for our patients. Total care begins with regular hygiene visits, regular check-ups and continued home oral health routines.


Peridontal Desease

The term “periodontal” means “around the tooth.” Therefore, periodontal disease affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth. Peridontal Desease can cause inflammation, bone and tooth loss.


Cosmetic Dentistry

The goal of cosmetic bonding is to repair aesthetics defects in your smile, such as cracks, chips, discoloration and gaps.  Your smile is your identity, and often the first criteria others evaluate when meeting you.


Single Crown With Impression

Bridges and Implants








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Appointments & Cancellations

Office hours are by appointment, Monday through Thursday from 8am – 5pm with lunch from 12 – 1pm. Your scheduled appointment time has been reserved exclusively for you. We require at least 24 hour notice, if you need to cancel your appointment. Missing appointments without adequate notice will result in no longer being eligible for services.

Payments & Insurance

Payment for professional services is due at the time of treatment. For your convenience, we accept cash, check and most major credit cards: MasterCard, Visa, and Discover Card. We offer financing through Care Credit for more extensive restorative treatment cases.

Our office is committed to help our insurance patients with covered services. Since insurance policies vary, we can only estimate your benefits and cannot guarantee coverage. Benefits are determined by the insurance policy issued by your employer or individual plan. As a courtesy, we will file your insurance claim for the estimated covered services. Your estimated amount must be paid at the time of service. We will allow a reasonable time for insurance payment. After sixty days, you are responsible for any remaining balance, payable in full.



2204 Sunrise Blvd.

Fort Pierce, FL 34950

(772) 464-4684

Office Hours By Appointment

Lunch From 12:00 – 1:00pm

Monday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday: Closed



At least twice a year, you should schedule a routine dental exam and cleaning. During this visit, our dental hygienist will remove plaque from your teeth, especially from places where your brush can’t reach, such as underneath the gum line and in-between teeth. Then, fluoride may be applied to help protect your teeth once you leave the office.

Fluoride is a relatively recent but important advancement in dental and oral health. Studies consistently show that a moderate, but consistent exposure of teeth to fluoride helps strengthen and rebuild tooth structure, and helps prevent future decay.

If you are due for your dental exam or cleaning, please call our office to schedule an appointment.



The concept of a “filling” is replacing and restoring your tooth structure that is damaged due to decay or fracture with a material. Available options are composite resins and amalgam, depending on your specific needs.




A crown is a custom-made covering that fits over an original tooth that is either decayed, damaged or cracked. Crowns are made of a variety of different materials such as porcelain, gold or other metals, acrylic resin or a mix of these materials. The treatment plan for a patient receiving a crown involves:

  1. Numbing the tooth to remove the decay in or around it.
  2. Re-sculpturing and/or re-building the tooth to provide an ideal fit for the crown.
  3. Making an impression of your teeth in order to create a custom-made crown (usually takes one to two weeks).
  4. Making a temporary crown out of acrylic resin and fitting it onto the tooth during the interim period when the custom-made crown is being created.
  5. Applying the custom-made crown (when received from the lab) by removing the temporary crown and fitting the permanent one onto the tooth.
  6. After ensuring that the crown has the proper look and fit, the dentist cements it into place.

This process generally consists of a minimum of two to three visits over a two to four week period. Once the procedure is completed, proper dental hygiene, including daily brushing and flossing, is required to maintain healthy gums and crowns.


A bridge is a dental device that fills a space that a tooth previously occupied. A bridge may be necessary to prevent:



General Extractions

An extraction is the complete removal of a tooth. Extractions are sometimes necessary if a primary tooth is preventing the normal eruption of a permanent tooth, if the tooth has suffered extensive tooth decay or trauma that cannot be repaired, if the patient has gum disease, or if the tooth is impacted (usually the wisdom teeth). Depending on the complexity of the case, an extraction can be performed surgically or non-surgically. A local anesthesia is used to ensure you are as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure.

Wisdom Teeth

Your third molars are more commonly called “wisdom teeth.” Usually appearing in the late teens or early twenties, third molars often lack the proper space in the jaw to erupt fully or even at all. This common condition is called impaction.When any tooth lacks the space to come through or simply develops in the wrong place of your jaw and becomes impacted, problems can arise. Primarily, damage to adjacent teeth and crowding occur.

In certain cases, the wisdom tooth that cannot come through becomes inflamed under the gums and in the jawbone, causing a sac to develop around the root of the tooth that then fills with liquid. This can cause a cyst or an abscess if it becomes infected. If either of these situations goes untreated, serious damage to the underlying bone and surrounding teeth and tissues can result.

To prevent this result, an extraction of one, several or all of the wisdom teeth may be advised. Ask our staff for more information regarding tooth extractions if you feel you may need one.


Your teeth will darken over time. Changes in the color of your teeth can be caused by such factors as the food and beverages consumed (like coffee, tea, soda and wine). Other known factors for discoloration may include childhood medications or illnesses, tobacco use or improper oral hygiene. We can provide a variety of options for whitening your smile.



Dental implants are artificial tooth replacements that were first developed half a century ago by a Swedish scientist named Per-Ingvar Branemark. Implants arose from the patient’s need to secure loose-fitting dentures. Since the advent of the implant, engineering and enhancements to the implant have enabled dentists to expand the implant’s usefulness, including the replacement of missing or lost teeth. Today, implant techniques provide a wide range of tooth replacement solutions including:

If the missing tooth space has no surrounding teeth, the dentist may decide an implant is the most appropriate treatment choice or option.

Post Implant Care

Proper oral hygiene is always recommended for maintaining good dental health, it is especially important when a patient has received a dental implant. Bacteria can attack sensitive areas in the mouth when teeth and gums are not properly cleaned, thus causing gums to swell and jaw bones to gradually recede. Recession of the jawbone will weaken implants and eventually make it necessary for the implant to be removed. Patients are advised to visit their dentists at least twice a year to ensure the health of their teeth and implants.



Bonding is a common solution for:

Often, composite bonding is used to improve the appearance of your teeth and enhance your smile. As the name indicates, composite material, either a plastic or resin, is bonded to an existing tooth. Unlike veneers or crowns, composite bonding removes little, if any, of the original tooth.

Composite bonding has many advantages:

Composite bonds stain more easily and therefore require proper care and regular cleaning. In order to ensure the longest possible duration of the bonding, composites should be brushed and flossed daily. Common staining elements include coffee, tea, wine, tobacco, foods and candy.



The infection starts when the gums become inflamed due to bacteria in plaque, a sticky, colorless film that forms on your teeth. While this is often the main cause of periodontal disease, other factors can also be attributed to affecting the health of the gums and bone, including:

Periodontal disease comes in many forms. Gingivitis is perhaps the mildest form of gum disease. While the gums become red, swollen and bleed easily, there is very little to no discomfort associated at this stage of the disease. Through a good oral hygiene regimen and treatment from your dentist, the results of gingivitis can be reversed.

Periodontitis is another form of periodontal disease and can be aggressive or chronic. Aggressive periodontitis displays rapid bone destruction and attachment loss in clinically healthy patients. Chronic periodontitis is one of the most common forms of periodontal disease and is frequently seen in adults. The stages progress slowly and can be recognized by gum recession and pocket formation.



In certain cases, periodontal surgery may be recommended to treat periodontal disease when non-surgical treatment is ineffective. We may advise referral to a periodontist for pocket reduction, soft tissue grafts or bone regeneration to treat periodontal disease.

Good oral hygiene and regular visits with your dentist and periodontist can help to prevent periodontal disease.


Porcelain veneers are thin layered ceramic coverings bonded to the front surfaces of teeth that may be discolored, chipped, with gaps or misshapen, resulting in a more uniform and natural appearance.