Create Positive Lasting Impressions
Dr. Tiffany Francis aims to remove the stereotypical fear associated with the dentist. She provides each patient with “ kid glove “ dental treatment and believes in keeping patients educated and informed.
Dr. Tiffany Francis graduated with Honors from the University of the West Indies, with a Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree in 2003. She constantly updates her training, by attending several continuing education seminars locally and overseas annually, in order to ensure that she provides her patients with the best treatment options available. She is also a clinical Supervisor at the UWI School of Dentistry and is a member of both the Jamaica Dental Association and American Dental Association
Maureen previously worked as the Assistant V.P of Client Services and Sales at JM Fund Managers. For many years she worked in the financial, insurance and banking industry. She demonstrates excellence and professionalism in every scope of work. Her mission at TDM All Smiles is about building business and creating the ultimate patient experience, “we make it easy”.
• Dental Examination
• Composite Fillings
• X- Rays
• Crowns and Bridges
• Root Canal Treatment
• Porcelain Veneers
• Fixed Bridges
• Restoration of Implants
• Teeth Whitening
• Fluoride treatment
• Oral Hygiene Instructions
• Oral Surgery
Dr. Francis hard at work with patient
Spectacular service and awesome with the childen! - No Tears!
Looking forward to my every visit. Teeth look sparkly white!
Professional and Thorough!
Jordana awakened by tooth ache and the thought of going to the dentist intensified the pain even more as she thought to herself “me nuh like dentist! Her thoughts echoed that of many persons whenever the topic of oral health is brought up. A visit to the dentist is high on the fear factor scale for most persons and Jordana, having never visited to the dentist, had only heard of her Cousin John, who claimed he had a bad experience, and feared the sight the of the dental chair. So like Jordana, persons become fearful and avoid as much as possible visiting the dentist. Over the years fear of” the Dentist “has been passed on from generation to generation, a major factor being fear of the unknown, lack of information on dental care and procedures.