- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Welcome to Layne Family Dentistry, P.A. in Blountstown, FL. Dr. Brad Layne, Dr. Nicholas Barth and the Layne Family Dentistry team are pleased to provide the finest in general and cosmetic dentistry. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our dental practice, and we encourage you to join our patient family by scheduling an appointment at our Blountstown practice.
Patients come to Layne Family Dentistry from all over the North Florida, South Alabama and South Georgia area because they know they will receive the personal attention that is our trademark. Each member of our team is dedicated to ensuring our patients feel well-informed and comfortable at all times. At Layne Family Dentistry, there are no surprises: we will never begin a treatment or procedure until our patient has had all of their questions answered and feels completely at ease.
Our one-on-one approach to dentistry, in addition to the simply stunning restorative and cosmetic dentistry results we consistently achieve, make Dr. Brad Layne, Dr. Nicholas Barth, and the Layne Family Dentistry staff the general and cosmetic dentistry team of choice in the area. We offer all of the most popular cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments, including porcelain veneers, tooth whitening, crown and bridge work, and Six Month Smiles orthodontic treatment. For a more complete transformation, our patients are encouraged to work with our smile design team to combine multiple treatments in order to achieve a full smile makeover.
If you are ready to work with our smile makeover team to achieve the smile you have always dreamed of, or are simply looking for the most thorough dental cleaning and examination available, we invite you to contact the Layne Family Dentistry team at email@example.com, 850-674-5502 (phone), or fax 850-674-9790. We look forward to hearing from you.
Unfortunately, wisdom teeth do not make you any smarter, but they can cause considerable pain if there is not enough room for them in your jaw. Wisdom tooth removal is one of the most common types ...View Article
Your child’s first trip to the dentist should fall sometime between the ages of one and two years old. Since many children need braces or other forms of dental care throughout their young life, ...View Article
Tooth loss, or edentulism, can affect your ability to eat and speak clearly. Dentists use the term "edentulism" to describe total tooth loss and "partial edentulism" to describe the loss of one or ...View Article
Cavities are not just caused by eating sugary foods. The drinks you consume can also increase the risk that you will develop tooth decay. Understanding how your favorite drinks can damage your tee ...View Article
A dental impression serves as a mold of your mouth. Your dentist uses an impression when an exact replica of your mouth is needed to create dentures, crowns or dental appliances, such as Invisalig ...View Article
Proper brushing, flossing and regular visits to your dentist are important to protect your teeth from general decay and staining over time. However, maintaining proper oral hygiene affects far mor ...View Article