Dr. Aierress Davis, DDS
Dr. Aierress Davis, DDS
Dr. Aierress Davis, DDS
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Periodontist
Expertise
Patient Education & Gum Health
Education
Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry
University of Central Florida

Highlights

  • Board-certified general dentist
  • Passionate about making oral health entertaining and easy to understand for all patients.

Education

Dr. Aierress Davis is a licensed general dentist training for an Advanced Certificate in Periodontics, a dental specialty that focuses on implant placement and the treatment of gum disease.

Experience

- Board-certified general dentist - Passionate about making oral health entertaining and easy to understand for all patients.

About Teeth Talk

TeethTalkGirl.com was created by a passionate dental hygienist, Whitney DiFoggio, BS, RDH.  Whitney’s journey of spreading dental health awareness began on the YouTube platform — where she continues to create educational videos for the public. 

Dentistry is not a one-size-fits-all!  From discovering the best dental floss to understanding dental treatment options, our goal is to provide you with information to take an active role in your oral health. Learn more about us!

Recent articles from Dr. Aierress Davis, DDS
8 BEST Foods for Your Teeth & Gums

8 BEST Foods for Your Teeth & Gums

Choosing food good for teeth and tooth enamel each day can help you limit your chances of cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss.
What Are The Black Triangles’ Between Your Teeth?

What Are The Black Triangles’ Between Your Teeth?

Black triangles on your teeth are small teeth gaps that can harbor food and bacteria. Resulting in gum recession, periodontal disease, or misaligned teeth.
11 Reasons Why Your Gums Are Itchy

11 Reasons Why Your Gums Are Itchy

Itchy gums can signal a number of different dental or medical. Having itchy gums usually means you either have a gum infection or an allergic reaction.
Why Your Teeth Hurt During Pregnancy & What To Do About It

Why Your Teeth Hurt During Pregnancy & What To Do About It

During pregnancy, women experience dental problems for the first time ever. Issues like bleeding gums and oral disease can raise your risks of preterm labor.