Dental Services at Plantation Dental Team in Plantation, Florida
We are all about your smile. There are few things more refreshing to see than a genuine smile. Some people avoid smiling, however, because they do not feel comfortable with their teeth. We want you to know you can start smiling again.
The Plantation Dental Team offers full-service dental care for everyone. We are the leading sedation dentistry provider in South Florida and the premier sedation dentist in Plantation. You never have to worry about feeling discomfort or dental anxiety when you are in our care.
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: Phones Available - 8:00am - 12:00pm
- Saturday: CLOSED
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Christmas Eve: 8:00am - 12:00pm
- Christmas Day: CLOSED
- New Year’s Eve: 8:00am - 2:00pm
- News Year’s Day: CLOSED
7420 NW 5th St.
Plantation, FL 33317
Our office is proud to be a part of Dental Team Fl, a family-owned business with eight locations in the Broward County area. We offer a wide range of dental services, including:
- Teeth Exams and Cleanings
- Teeth Fillings
- Root Canals
- Periodontal Care
- Caps and Crowns
- Teeth Whitening
- Dental Implants
- Dental Bridges
- All on 4 Dental Implants
If you have any questions about our services, you are encouraged to speak with one of our knowledgeable staff members.
Good Oral Health Begins At Home
The best way to start your good oral hygiene is at home. Brushing and flossing your teeth each day can significantly improve your teeth and gums' health and help you prevent tooth loss and gum disease. To improve your oral health, schedule a yearly check-up with your dentist in Plantation.
Your Plantation dentist will start your exam by taking x-rays of your teeth and jawbones. This will provide the dentist with an internal look at your teeth. Next, your dentist will give your teeth a physical exam. They will look at your teeth, gums, and interior of your mouth. This exam does not take very long but provides the dentist with a lot of valuable information.
If there are any issues that must be addressed, your dentist will discuss them with you at this time. Once a dental care plan has been made, the hygienist will come in and clean your teeth. Teeth cleaning is a very relaxing experience, and you will leave with a great smile.
We Are A Leading Plantation Dentist For Cosmetic Dentistry
Do you want to whiten or brighten your teeth? Are you looking for dental implants? Are you interested in straightening your teeth without standard braces? All of these procedures fall within the category of cosmetic dentistry.
Cosmetic dentistry is an affordable way to achieve the smile that you desire. We accept most major insurance plans and also offer very flexible financing options to all of our clients. We know that a great smile builds confidence, and we want to make sure that you can get the procedures that you want while remaining in your budget.
Pain-Free Restorative Dentistry
Having all of your teeth is very beneficial to your oral health. Missing teeth can make your other teeth move out of alignment or cause issues with your jaw. Missing teeth also make many people afraid to smile. We encourage you to discover our different opportunities for replacing missing teeth.
One reason that people avoid restorative dentistry is that they are afraid of the pain that may be associated with these procedures. Dental Team Fl believes that no one should feel pain while undergoing dental care, so we offer sedation-style dentistry.
Through sedation, you can be totally relaxed and free of pain during any dental treatment. From veneers to root canals to replacing teeth, we make sure that you never experience any discomfort in our office.
Gum Disease Associated With Other Medical Conditions
Gum disease is a very serious medical condition that can be easily treated in your dental office. Gum disease is caused by the bad bacteria in plaque, a substance that attaches to your teeth when you eat and drink each day.
Plaque can be removed by brushing and flossing your teeth daily. However, some plaque may remain on the teeth just under the gum line. This plaque can harm the gums and cause bad bacteria to remain in your mouth. Without the assistance of dental care, the build-up of plaque in this area can lead to gum disease.
When left untreated, plaque build up has been associated with other medical conditions in the body. Heart problems, mental decline, and issues regulating Type II diabetes have been associated with the bacteria found in plaque. Gum disease also can cause tooth loss and infections to form in the jawbone.
The best way to prevent gum disease is to schedule regular cleanings and exams with our Plantation Dental Team. Having your teeth professionally cleaned will help protect your smile and effectively fight gum disease.
If you are ready to take care of your smile, we encourage you to contact our office and schedule your initial exam and cleaning. You will be happy with our friendly and knowledgeable staff and modern office. We know that you will be happy with our service. In fact, we know that you will be smiling.
Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry Is Affordable
Having a great smile gives you confidence and makes you feel happy about yourself. A great smile also improves your oral health and can help you prevent future problems. Many people feel, however, that cosmetic or restorative dental services are not affordable.
Our office is pleased to inform our clients that all dental work, including cosmetic and restorative services, is very affordable. We accept most major insurance plans, and we have very flexible financing options. We know that you can have the smile you deserve while still staying within your budget.
Why Gum Health Is So Important
Many people understand that keeping their gums clean and healthy is important to help prevent bad breath. Most understand that clean and healthy gums also help prevent gum disease, which can be painful and lead to tooth loss.
What some people do not realize is the bacteria associated with plaque build-up on teeth that leads to gum disease can also cause additional health problems in your body. The bad bacteria associated with gum disease has also been associated with:
- Heart Conditions
- Mental Decline
- Uncontrolled Type II Diabetes
Many medical studies have shown that these medical conditions can worsen as a result of excessive bad bacteria from plaque and gum disease. The best way for this to be avoided is to have regular cleanings at the dentist and follow through with your daily brushing and flossing routine.
Preventing gum disease is also very important for your jawbone. Your jawbone can become infected from gum disease. This could lead to serious medical conditions requiring extensive treatments to correct. To avoid these problems, always take care of your teeth and gums and have regular dental checkups.
The Many Benefits Of Restorative Dentistry
There are many reasons that tooth loss can happen. Medical conditions, accidents, or gum disease are just a few of the reasons that tooth loss can occur. However, just because a tooth is missing does not mean it has to remain that way. There are restorative treatments that can help restore your smile.
Having all of your teeth has many health benefits. In addition to making it easier to chew food, having all of your teeth allows your teeth to remain in place, keeps your jawbone straight and strong, and keeps your facial features in place. Replacing your teeth also protects your gums from damage.
You have different options for teeth restoration. Your dentist will speak with you about the different options available and work with you to decide which replacement option best suits your needs.
Schedule Your Dental Exam Today
Dental Team FL is pleased to say that we are accepting new clients for dental care. As your premier dentists in Jupiter, we will make sure that your dental experience with us is comfortable and anxiety-free. We pride ourselves on providing pain-free dentistry.
Our Jupiter office offers everything from regular exams to root canals to restorative dental work. We are here to help you regain your smile and feel happy with your overall dental health.
Good oral hygiene begins at home each morning when you floss and brush your teeth. However, for the best dental hygiene practices, your daily routine should be complemented with regular visits to the dentist. Taking advantage of preventative care and professional cleanings will help keep your smile healthy and bright.
We know that you will feel comfortable and relaxed from the minute you walk in the door. Our staff is friendly and caring, and we practice sedation-style dentistry to help alleviate any anxiety you may have about dental work. Having a spa-like atmosphere enhances the whole dental experience.