Richard Mancuso, DMD


4536 West Village Drive, 

Tampa, FL 33624 7.2 miles away

(813) 961-2200

Carrollwood Village Dental is committed to providing the neighborhood with exceptional dentistry. Dr. Richard Mancuso and his staff are committed to making dental care accessible for everyone and want to do it as painlessly and comfortably as possible for their patients.

Dr. Richard Mancuso completed his dental training at Nova Southeastern University, and he graduated from the Premiere Dual Admission Program and the College of Dental Medicine and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree after he completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology at the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences.
While training at Nova, he provided dental care in community health clinics throughout Broward and Miami-Dade counties in Florida. Before relocating to Tampa, Dr. Mancuso practiced general and cosmetic dentistry in private practices in Boca Raton and Miami.

Dr. Mancuso also received his advanced training through the Spear Education Center, and he is a member of professional associations, such as the American Dental Association, the Florida Dental Association, and the Academy of General Dentistry. When Dr. Mancuso is not saving smiles, he enjoys reading at the beach and spending time with family.


Natasha Radosavljevic, DDS


25400 US Hwy 19 N #199, 

Clearwater, FL 33763 17.4 miles away

(727) 360-4302

Dr. Natasha Radosavljevic, AKA Dr. Rados, is not a typical general dentist located in Clearwater, Florida, but she also provides personalized dental care for her patients based on their specific dental needs.
Dr. Rados’ education goes beyond general dentistry and includes cosmetic dentistry, advanced restorative procedures & treatment of complex cases. She always uses a WIDIOM rule (Would I Do It On Me) when treating patients. Every patient gets a comprehensive evaluation, so Dr. Rados can detect the underlying cause of dental concerns rather than simply treating the signs and symptoms.

Dr. Rados takes a conservative approach treating patients to ensure that they receive as few procedures as possible.
While in high school, Dr. Rados was an exchange student and graduated from Council Rock High in Newtown, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Rados earned her degree in dentistry from the University of Belgrade, School of Dental Medicine in Serbia, and upon relocating to Florida, she continued her training and graduated from the University of Florida College Dentistry. She then completed postgraduate education at the Dawson Academy, Center for Advanced Dental Study, where she underwent training in comprehensive and esthetic dentistry that gave her the skills and knowledge to treat complex dental problems with predictable results. She also attended the Misch Implant Institute- Prosthetic Program in order to offer her patients the most up-to-date protocols in implant dentistry. Continuing her education, Dr. Rados attends courses given by leading dental institutions across the nation to stay abreast with the latest advancements in contemporary dentistry.

The focus of her practice is restorative and cosmetic dentistry but beyond that, the personal attention and building strong relationships with her family of patients.

Dr. Rados also is a member of the following professional associations:

 • Florida Dental Association (FDA)
 • Dawson Academy Alumni Association
 • American Dental Association (ADA)
 • Upper Pinellas County Dental Association
 • Dawson Study Club Member
 • West Coast Dental Association

She also enjoys volunteering at local charitable organizations such as “Give Kids a Smile” and “Gulf Coast Dental Outreach” programs and going to the beautiful Florida beaches.


Douglas Jungman, DDS


2103 59th Street W, 

Bradenton, FL 34209 37.09 miles away

(941) 792-2766

In 1981 Dr. Douglas C. Jungman DDS received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery with honors (Omicron Kappa Upsilon) from the University of Iowa. Dr. Jungman completed both his undergraduate and graduate training at the University of Iowa. In Iowa, Dr. Jungman maintained his first successful dental practice before moving south to Florida and joining the practice in 1987.

Dr. Jungman values continuing education and has received his fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry. Additionally, he has served as president of the Manatee Dental Society and a board member for more than 20 years. Dr. Jungman is also a fellow at the American College of Dentists.

Dr. Jungman gives back to the community through his involvement in Bradenton Kiwanis, Give Back a Smile, and Give Kids a Smile. He continues to volunteer with the Bill Galvano One Stop Center, Turning Points, and Remote Area Medical (RAM) in Bradenton.

List of Professional Affiliations:

 • Academy of General Dentistry
 • Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
 • American College of Dentists
 • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
 • Florida Dental Society of Anesthesiology
 • Florida Dental Association
 • Academy of Osseointegration
 • Manatee Dental Society
 • American Dental Association

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