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The staff is fantastic. Dr. Fox is a perfectionist and that is what makes him so talented! He loves what he does and truly cares about his clients. I would highly recommend him and his staff to anyone.

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Welcome to Oceans Dental Group

At Oceans Dental Group we offer quality, convenient dental care for the whole family. Located at 3 Pine Cone Drive, Suite 108, Palm Coast, FL 32137, we provide many dental services including dental hygiene, crowns, dentures, and various cosmetic procedures among many other services. We accept most insurance plans and offer payment options to fit any budget. We serve the Palm Coast community with convenient office hours. To contact us please call Oceans Dental Group or click here to book an appointment today.

New Patients Welcome!

Proper dental care is important at all ages. Good dental health requires that you take care of your teeth daily and have regular dental check ups. It is recommended that you receive professional dental checkups and cleaning at least 1-2 times per year. Call (386) 246-7619 or click here to book an appointment today.

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