Plantation Palms Dental offers general dentistry services in a serene setting. We utilize the latest technology and treatment methods to help establish optimal oral health among all our patients. We hope to see our patients (new and existing) at least twice per year for regular checkups and cleanings. In addition to offering thorough oral health examinations and professional cleanings, we provide oral hygiene education, restorations and preventive treatments.

New Patient Special

$69 for Exam, X-Rays and Cleaning*
*New patients only. Some restrictions may apply.

Checkups and Cleanings

The foundation of good oral health begins with attending regular appointments for checkups and cleanings. Foregoing important dental appointments such as these puts your oral health in danger. Regular visits give our team an opportunity to monitor you closely for signs of dental caries, gum disease, occlusal issues and oral cancer. Cleanings, like checkups, shouldn’t be skipped. A professional cleaning removes debris and tartar between teeth and along the gums. This is greatly beneficial for preventing periodontal disease.

Fluoride Treatments

The mineral barrier around our teeth, tooth enamel, is what protects the softer insides of our teeth from cavity-causing bacteria. Tooth enamel can become weak over time when teeth are exposed to acidic foods or drinks on a regular basis. Fortunately, there is a non-invasive way to strengthen your teeth. Fluoride treatments are administered at Plantation Palms Dental to help strengthen the enamel surface of teeth by replenishing lost mineral content. A fluoride treatment is quick  and takes just a few minutes!

Oral Hygiene Education

Checkups and cleanings give our team a great opportunity to keep an eye on your oral hygiene practices at home. If we notice any discrepancies in the health of your teeth and gums that can be rectified with improved oral hygiene, we will set aside time to discuss your oral hygiene regimen and provide helpful tips when necessary.


When decay or damage affects a tooth’s functionality and longevity, restorations are necessary to preserve remaining tooth structure and prevent the development of disease. While our team does everything we can to help our patients prevent tooth decay, we know that cavities can still form. For minor tooth decay, we place restorations called fillings. A filling restores a tooth and protects the damaged area from deepening or widening in the future.

Plantation Palms Dental is accepting new patients. Call us today to schedule a checkup or cleaning.

General Dentistry FAQs

Why should I go to the dentist regularly?

Visiting the dentist regularly is one of the easiest ways to safeguard your oral health. When you visit your oral healthcare provider for regular checkups and cleanings, you greatly increase the odds of early detection, which means that you can protect your oral health and your budget by avoiding invasive and/or costly restorative or corrective treatments.

Keeping regular dental appointments is especially helpful at preventing common conditions like periodontal (gum) disease and dental caries (tooth decay). There are also services available when you go to routine appointments that are specifically preventive. For instance, fluoride treatments are a great way to strengthen tooth structure in one non-invasive treatment.

How often should I brush and floss?

Brushing and flossing should be a part of your everyday life. These simple oral hygiene tasks can help prevent cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, and oral infections caused by inadequate oral hygiene. You should brush your teeth two to three times per day. When brushing, be sure to clean teeth and gums in soft, circular motions with an ADA-approved toothbrush. You should also be brushing for about two minutes each time. Flossing is an important part of your oral hygiene routine that should never be forgotten. You should floss once per day – preferably before you go to sleep.

What if I have a dental emergency?

If you have a dental emergency, you should call Plantation Palms Dental so that we can offer our assistance. Sometimes, we can provide tips for assuaging discomfort until you can come to our office for treatment. In some instances, same-day appointments might be necessary to increase comfort and correct damage done to oral structures. Keep our office number handy by saving it in your phone so that you can reach us even when you’re away from home.

How often should I have a cleaning?

Dental cleanings are affordable ways to keep teeth and gums as healthy as possible. In addition to performing basic at-home care, you should receive two cleanings a year. A cleaning is necessary for removing tartar accumulation, which contributes to gum disease and tooth loss when left unremoved.

Cleanings also give us an opportunity to evaluate the health of your gums. If we find symptoms of gum disease or suspect that your oral hygiene practices are insufficient, we will provide helpful patient education and hygiene tips.