Dr. Victor Bustos, DMD
Dr. Tyler Blackenburg, DMD
Dr. Tyler M. Blackenburg, DMD was raised in Alabama and has lived in Florida since 2002. He received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University. Subsequently, he obtained his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Upon completing his dental degree, Dr. Blackenburg completed a 3 year residency in Periodontology at Nova Southeastern University where he received a certificate in Periodontology. The residency included extensive training on management of gum disease, treatment of gum recession, dental implants and bone grafting.
Dr. Blackenburg is a board certified Periodontist (Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology). He has devoted his professional career to all aspects of periodontology with special interests in the treatment/management of dental implants, bone reconstruction, gum disease, and delivery of comfortable high quality dentistry. He is able to work hand in hand with restorative specialists and they are able to save teeth which would once be removed. To keep abreast of the latest developments in periodontology, Dr. Blackenburg has always exceeded the continuing education requirements of the State of Florida requirements.
Dr. Blackenburg’s interests include both salt and freshwater fishing, beekeeping, gardening, college football, and spending time with family and friends. One of the most cherished times of the year will be the annual week long family beach trip in the panhandle of Florida. It has been a 30+ year tradition and this year he expects 28 family members to be present.
Kelly Driscoll, Dental Hygienist
Kelly is a native New Englander who moved to Florida to attend college. Once here, she couldn’t resist the sunshine and decided to stay permanently. She is a 2013 graduate of the State College of Florida with a degree in dental hygiene. While in college she served as the president for the local student chapter of the Florida Dental Hygiene Association. Kelly is licensed to administer local anesthesia and has served over 150 hours providing dental care to the underserved community. Kelly’s favorite part about being a hygienist is the relationships she builds with her patients and helping them improve their health. “I understand that going to the dentist isn’t most people’s favorite thing to do, so I like to make the appointment fun and comfortable. Nothing makes me happier than seeing smiles on my patient’s faces.” In her free time, Kelly volunteers on the board of directors for an animal welfare organization and enjoys traveling, snow skiing and baking.