Dr. Cruz M Ceino was born in Dominican Republic where she completed her dental studies at Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. She then went to University of Puerto Rico as a foreign student and did her specialty of Pediatric Dentistry. She moved back to the Dominican Republic and began her practice there. A few years later she moved back to Puerto Rico and had to start her schooling again to receive her D.M.D. diploma. She moved to Tampa and opened her Dental Practice in July 2010. In November 2017 Dr. Ceino opened a second dental practice in the Brandon area. She has a strong commitment to help the underserved community in their dental needs.
Dr. Gonzalez completed his dental studies at the University of Havana School of Dentistry in Cuba before working in Venezuela and coming to the United States. He completed additional training at the University of Florida Advanced Education in General Dentistry. He is dedicated to treating patients of all ages comprehensively. He knows the dental office and treatment can be intimidating. In his compassionate and gentle way, he dedicates his time and care to each patient so they have a positive experience. In his free time, Dr. Gonzalez likes to travel, be outdoors, take care of his saltwater aquarium, and spend time with family and friends.
Dr. Evans completed her dental education at Nihon University School of Dentistry in Japan and continued her training at the University of Florida. Dr. Evans enjoys treating children and puts emphasis on patients having a positive experience so they can have a good relationship with the dental office for life. A mother to children herself, she understands children are not just small adults but has different needs. She is a strong supporter of a team approach to prevention so good habits can be made at home. In her spare time when not taking care of the little ones at home, she enjoys watching movies and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Navarro is a dual certified dental specialist in Orthodontics and DentoFacial Orthopedics and Pediatric Dentistry. He was born in Managua, Nicaragua and moved to Florida when he was 11 years old to start a new life full of dreams and hope. He played baseball at Nova High School in Davie, Florida where he won the Florida State Championship played at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa. Baseball opened the doors to an education at LaGrange College in Georgia where he played baseball for four years and earned an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry.