Dr. Corey Warrenbrand Serving Sarasota, FL, and Surrounding Areas

Our experienced, reputable dentist in Sarasota, FL want to provide you with stress-free, comfortable and personal dental care. Dr. Corey Warrenbrand attentively listens to his patients in order to further understand their needs and concerns. With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Warrenbrand offers an array of general, cosmetic and restorative dentistry services - including crowns, extractions, veneers, and whitening - for patients who want to transform or maintain their smile. Our dental family includes everybody who works here as well as our patients. Relax in our high-vaulted treatment rooms with large windows letting the sunlight in, lavender aroma therapy and more, your experience at Warrenbrand Complete Dentistry will be unlike any other. Visit or contact us soon for exceptional dentistry in Sarasota, Florida, and the surrounding areas, such as Longboat Key, Osprey, Lakewood Ranch and Siesta Key, Florida.

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  • Dr.
    Corey Warrenbrand

    With 26 years of dental experience, Dr. Warrenbrand’s specialty is prevention and general dental care. As part of his desire to keep current with the most advanced trends and techniques, he attends numerous continuing education courses in the fields of General and Cosmetic Dentistry.

  • Michelle, Office Manager

    Michelle has been working in dentistry since 1992 when she moved to Sarasota from Pennsylvania. She began her career as a dental assistant and worked chairside for eight years. She is able to utilize her technical knowledge of dentistry to help patients feel at ease with their choices for treatment. 

  • Laurel, Dental Assistant

    Laurel has lived most of her life in California, where she achieved her certification from The National Education Center in San Jose. She has 20 years of experience in dentistry and has worked in oral surgery, periodontics, and general dentistry. 

  • Justin, Registered Dental Hygienist

    Justin was born in Jackson, Tennessee, and moved to Clearwater, Florida, in 1994. He attended the University of Florida for a bachelor’s degree in Health Science and then St. Petersburg College for his associate in dental hygiene. He then moved to Sarasota, where he has been a hygienist since 2010.

  • Laura, Registered Dental Hygienist

    Laura was born and raised in Bradenton. She has been in dentistry since 2010 and joined our team in 2017. She started her career as an expanded function dental assistant before graduating with an AS degree in dental hygiene at St. Petersburg College. She’s also certified in anesthesia.

  • Jessica Rowden

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    Last year due to my insurance changing I needed to find a new Dentist. I was so happy to find Dr. Warrenbrand. The office and staff are extremely courteous and friendly. Dr. Warrenbrand is professional and provides all the services I need to keep my teeth and gums healthy.


    The staff was very friendly making me feel right at home from the start. The whole team was very knowledgeable and professional. I would highly recommend them to anyone. Especially, someone who has any dental fears, they alleviated my anxiety throughout my visits.


    I have been going to Dr. Warrenbrand for a year now and him and his staff are all very helpful and make going to the dentist enjoyable! They are very knowledgeable and easy-going. I would definitely recommend making this your dentist!


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  • Root Canal Treatment

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  • Fillings

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  • Veneers

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  • Same-Day Crowns

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  • Digital X-Rays

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