Dental FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

You can schedule an appointment by calling our office at (954) 755-7971.


Consulations are free with insurance. We accept most PPO insurances. Call to find out if we accept your insurance.


We accept most PPO insurances and have an in-office insurance plan available for those who qualify.  Please call the office at (954) 755-7971 to confirm insurance coverage prior to your appointment.


We are located in the Nu Coral Plaza at 7522 Wiles Road Suite 104 in Coral Springs, Florida.


You do not need to be referred by a doctor. You can call and make an appointment at any time.


Yes, we offer payment plans. We work closely with Care Credit for all payment plan needs.


Yes, we offer a brand new patient referral rewards program. Please call the office at (954) 755-7971 for all the details.

With regular brushing and flossing, the implant screw itself can last a lifetime, assuming the patient receives regular dental check-ups every 6 months. The crown, however, usually only lasts about 10 to 15 years before it may need a replacement due to wear and tear.

We do not recommend any specific toothpaste. We only recommend that the toothpaste contain fluoride as an active ingredient.

In office teeth whitening can cause sensitivity. We recommend that if you are getting in office whitening you brush with sensitive toothpaste for two weeks prior to the whitening and take 800 mg of ibuprofen 1 hour before the procedure. If you are not allowed to take ibuprofen then 500 mg of Tylenol can be substituted.

Dental anxiety affects an estimated 15% of all dental patients, often preventing them from getting important dental treatments and regular dental checkups. But missing appointments and foregoing recommended dental care can have long-term effects on your overall health. If you or a loved one is struggling with fear of the dentist, these suggestions may help reduce dental anxiety so you can get the dental care you need, when you need it.

  1. Bring a buddy to the dentist. There’s strength in numbers, and having the right person at your side during your dental visit can offer comfort and help you feel more relaxed.
  2. Use visualization techniques while in the dental chair. Try conjuring up images of your “happy place,” replaying a fond memory or thinking about an upcoming event that you’re looking forward to.
  3. Ask your dentist questions. Share your feelings with your dentist and ask questions about the dental exam or treatment steps to help you understand the process.
  4. Take dental treatment time-outs. Pick a designated signal, such as raising your hand, that will let your dentist and dental hygienists know when you need to take a break.
  5. Invite distractions. Ask your dentist if you are able to partake in an activity to distract you during your dental services, like watching a movie on an iPad, listening to music with headphones or playing with a fidget spinner or stress ball.
  6. Take deep breaths. Take steps to calm your nerves before the dentist visit, like limiting caffeine, listening to relaxing music or meditating.
  7. Talk it out. Vocalizing your fears of the dentist can help reduce anxiety. Talk out the specific parts of dental care that make you nervous — including any bad experiences you may have had in the past — with a friend, family member or qualified therapist.
  8. Explore safe medications. Ask your dental practice if they offer sedation dentistry for medically-induced relaxation during your dental visit.

If these do not work, sedation dentistry may be a good option for you.


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