Gregory E. Oxford, DDS, MS, PhD & Isabell G. Oxford, DMD

100 Whetstone Place, Suite 308, St. Augustine, FL 32086 (904) 810-2345

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Sealants: What are they and how do they help?

Molars are made up of canyons, caves, pits, and seemingly endless caverns that are a breeding ground for decay. The protective solution is a sealant. When done correctly, a sealant Read More

Dental Veneers

Are you looking to improve the appearance of your front teeth? Dental veneers are widely used to improve the appearance of front teeth and are a much more conservative option Read More

Interproximal Cavities: The Inside Story

Time to brush! So, you make sure you gently brush the plaque off the outside surfaces of your teeth. You want to present a gleaming smile to the world, after Read More

Football Season? Practice Dental Defense

It’s finally football season, and whether you’re on the field, at the game, or watching at home with friends, it’s time to work on some defensive dental strategies. Taking the Field If Read More

Celebrate Labor Day by Getting Away

Labor Day honors the contributions that workers have made to this country, and for many Americans, the holiday is a great time to relax at home with family and friends. Read More

Avoid Brushing After Every Single Meal!

Here is some surprising yet worthwhile advice you might be hearing for the first time: Brushing after a meal can be incredibly bad for your teeth if you do it Read More

Water: It’s Not Just for Brushing!

We turn on the tap and it comes rushing out. We walk down the hall at work or school and stop at the fountain without even thinking about it. It’s Read More

My child has autism. What should we expect at your office?

At Oxford Dental Associates, we know that as many as one in 88 children today have some form of autism, a complex brain disorder that affects a child's ability to Read More

Love your new smile? Tell us about it!

At Oxford Dental Associates, we have been creating beautiful smiles for years. Whether you have visited the doctor and our team for a week or for your entire life, we Read More

Preventing Toddler Tooth Decay

You do everything you can to protect your toddler with safeguards large and small. Installing that complicated car seat. Figuring out which sunscreen is best for delicate skin. Spending weeks Read More

Before Replacing Your Missing Teeth, You May Need Other Dental Work

Replacing missing teeth can do wonders for a smile. And you have solid options for doing so, from a partial denture to state-of-the-art dental implants. But there might be Read More

For the Sake of Your Teeth and Gums, Avoid Using E-Cigarettes

Over the last decade, the use of e-cigarettes—popularly known as vaping—has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. It's the "in" thing, especially among younger adults, fueled by the widespread Read More

You Can Make Cosmetic Dental Changes While Still Keeping Your Unique Smile

According to Dr. Suess, "Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You." Indeed, you are different from everyone Read More

What Chrissy Teigen's Inauguration Night Cap Mishap Could Mean For You

Inauguration night is usually a lavish, Washington, D.C., affair with hundreds attending inaugural balls throughout the city. And when you're an A-List celebrity whose husband is a headliner at Read More

Take Steps to Stop Chronic Dry Mouth and Avoid Dental Disease

We all experience that unpleasant "cotton-mouth" feeling now and again. But what if it happens all the time? Chronic dry mouth is more than unpleasant—it could be a medical Read More

Why Your Dental Records Should Follow You to Your New Dentist

Some things you hear at the dentist don't surprise you: You have more plaque buildup or (yuck!) you have a new cavity. On a more positive note, you might Read More

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