5285 Commerce St. Jay, FL 32565

Current Patients 850.675.8545

New Patients 850.427.5891

Dental Services Jay FL

Dr. Jim Lassiter is a dentist in Jay, FL that offers general, cosmetic and restorative dental services. Dr. Lassiter and his dental staff believe that oral health is also an important part of overall health and well being. As a team, we strive to provide personalized dental care that is tailored to each individual patient. It is our goal to support the dental health of our patients so that they can enjoy their best quality of life. When you visit us we welcome you as a member of our extended dental family. We work with you to educate you on your oral health to support the best decisions for any necessary or desired treatments.

Ready to join our growing family? Call Dr. Lassiter at 850.427.5891 or schedule an appointment online to improve your health today.
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Cosmetic Dental Services


Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners to straighten teeth faster and more comfortably than traditional metal braces. Traditional metal braces can pinch the gum tissue surrounding teeth and often have an average treatment time that spans several years.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic option that can improve the function and health of your teeth. They can correct teeth that are discolored, misshapen, chipped, cracked, or broken.

Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding is a treatment option that can help rebuild the tooth structure and lighten the appearance of teeth by several shades. Using a composite resin that is adhered to and shaped to teeth, tooth bonding can last patients for years with proper dental care.

Tooth Whitening

We offer in-office and take-home teeth whitening treatments to patients. Whitening teeth improves your oral health and brightens teeth.

General Dental Services

Emergency Dentistry

Our professionals can help treat your dental emergency, whether you chipped or lost a tooth, need a replacement crown, or need relief from tooth pain. Dental emergencies that we treat may include lost or missing teeth, tooth pain, and infection.

Family Dentistry

We treat patients of all ages. Whether you’re young, old, or in between, we offer comprehensive and high-quality care that will improve the health and aesthetics of your smile. You can receive treatment in our family-friendly dentist office.

Laser Dentistry

Receive treatment for cold sores and frenectomies with laser dentistry. Lasers are safe and offer a quick and comfortable treatment.


Patients who require custom mouthguard for contact sports may contact us for a well-fitting mouthguard. Custom-fit mouth guards can be worn during contact sports to protect teeth from damage. Mouthguards can also prevent concussions.

Tooth Extraction

Teeth may be extracted due to overcrowding, extensive tooth decay, impacted wisdom teeth, or periodontal disease. Following a tooth extraction, Dr. Lassiter will recommend restorative and cosmetic treatment.

Restorative Dental Services

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges can be removable or secured with dental implants to replace multiple missing teeth. Secured dental bridges provide more stability and last longer than removable dental bridges.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns cover teeth and dental restorations. They may be color-matched to teeth, depending on whether you chose a restoration with metal, porcelain, ceramic, or another type of material.

Dental Implants

Consisting of a titanium post, abutment, and dental crown, dental implants are a secure and durable treatment option for patients. They can also secure dental bridges or dentures, which replace multiple consecutive teeth or whole arches of teeth.

Dentures and Partials

Professionally crafted full and partial dentures are used to replace most or all of a patient’s teeth. Partial dentures fill in the gaps left by missing teeth and is a great option for patients who have several missing teeth but have some natural teeth remaining.

Periodontal Therapy

Gum disease, also known as periodontitis, is caused by the infection of gum tissue. Our professionals offer methods to help reverse the effects of gum disease on the mouth.

TMJ Treatment

Do you suffer from chronic jaw pain? Do you find yourself clenching or grinding your teeth? You may have a TMJ disorder. The temporomandibular joint connects the jawbone to the skull, and pain can arise in the jaw joint and the muscles that control the jaw. Be sure to treat TMJ pain as soon as possible.