Villages Smiles Dental Center was founded on one simple premise: happiness. The happy experience starts with a smile, but a smile is so much more than a simple emotional act. At Villages Smiles Dental Center, we feel that a smile has the power to change lives. It not only enhances our physical appearance but has been scientifically proven to prolong and improve our lives. It is our goal to make your visit with us an extremely pleasant one and to send you home with a beautiful and healthy smile. We strive to make every patient feel just like a true member of our Villages Smiles family, by leading with compassion, integrity and outstanding service.
Incorporating the latest technology, our state-of-the-art practice specializes in Preventive, Cosmetic, Restorative and Implant Dentistry. In addition, we have in-house specialists who provide excellent care to our patients in the areas of Endodontics, Periodontics, & Orthodontics. Our friendly staff is dedicated to caring for you and your entire family’s oral health and well-being.
From extractions to implant dentistry, Villages Smiles Dental Center is equipped to handle all of your oral surgery needs.
If they are not removed, impacted wisdom teeth can cause infection, damage, disease or crowding of teeth.
When tooth removal is necessary, the procedure can be performed using local anesthesia or IV sedation.
Orthognathic surgery is needed when jaws don’t meet correctly and/or teeth don’t seem to fit with jaws.
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and also provide a fixed solution to having removable partial or complete dentures.
Among our most important functions is to educate our patients as to their treatment options. We will make recommendations allowing you to make the most educated oral health care decisions.
Cosmetic dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on improving the appearance of your smile.
With multiple years of experience, Dr. Mousa is a compassionate dentist who offers comprehensive, high quality gentle dental care in his state-of-the-art practice