VELscope Lesion Detection

VELscope is the best technology at detecting lesions in the mouth. Not only is it used to detect oral cancer, but it also more comprehensively detects a wider variety of oral diseases. The VELscope is used to detect these abnormalities before they become visible under ordinary everyday light. This screening finds any abnormalities on the lips, mouth, and upper throat. This tool is used in conjunction with a normal visual test while cleaning.

The VELscope is passed over your mouth and the blue light causes a natural patterned fluorescence of the mouth. Any abnormal tissue will have that pattern disrupted. This indicates something is wrong with the tissue and Dr. Goodarzi will determine what the best course of treatment is if anything is found. Early detection for any sort of mouth issue is always important, so contact Dr. Goodarzi’s office in Brandon to consult to see if this is the right course of action for you.

Or call us at 813-661-8360 for the most up-to-date availability.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth darken naturally over time and day-to-day habits such as drinking coffee, tea, or smoking can lead to faster staining.


lnvisalign clear aligners are a virtually invisible solution, so you can smile confidently both during treatment and after.


Dental implants may be the solution for you if you hoping to regain the natural look and feel of your natural teeth.


Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity.


Veneers are wafer thin laminates of porcelain that fit over your existing teeth.


Endodontics is more commonly known as root canal treatment. If the pulp of your tooth, where all of the nerves converge, is decaying or infected it is important that this is resolved right away.

Crowns and Bridges

For any broken, heavily filled, or cracked teeth our office can typically apply a crown over the remaining portion of your tooth and restore it to its original size and shape.


ViziLite uses fluorescent light to help dentists spot abnormal changes in the mucous membranes that line the inside of the mouth and throat.