At Forest Hills Dental in Tampa, Florida, you’ll discover dental care at the highest level possible. Technology, advanced training, and compassionate service blended perfectly together.

Dr. Morganti carefully selects technologies proven to deliver the finest experience to their patients. This means comfortable procedures and predictable results. A winning formula, you’ll find that contemporary dental care with Forest Hills Dental leaves you smiling.

Dental Vibe


One advancement in dental anesthesia that Dr. Morganti loves is the ability to use a vibration system during anesthesia. The Dental Vibe looks similar to an electric toothbrush that emits a powerful vibration during injection. The theory behind why it works is simple. The sensation of vibration reaches your brain far faster than the sensation of pain leading to you being much more comfortable during the anesthetic process.

The Wand


Hate that numb feeling after having dental treatment completed? Do you have plans to go to lunch after your appointment? Need to get back to work? No problem. Utilizing “The Wand” Single Tooth Anesthesia System enables Dr. Morganti to numb the problematic tooth without doing a nerve block which results in the numb lip, cheek or tongue feeling. It’s great for hard to numb lower molars. The machine utilizes a computerized pressure feedback to gently deposit anesthetic into the ligament that surrounds the tooth. It takes a little longer but works great for short appointments.

Intra Oral Camera


Intra-oral imaging gives you a detailed view of your mouth. Words come to life when you can see what we see.

Visually transferring specific conditions in your mouth to a computer screen brings clarity simply not possible with a traditional mouth mirror. Specialized hand-held wands quickly capture the details of your teeth and gums. In fact, even small cracks that often lead to broken teeth appear vividly, just with the click of a button.

As an added benefit, dental insurance benefits frequently pay easier with the visual proof of a captured image in our records.

Digital X Ray


Digital sensors capture detailed x-ray images with a fraction of the traditional exposure. Technological advancements in x-ray technology provide multiple benefits, from safety to improved treatment outcomes.