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We know patients invest in their dental benefits, and we take the time to help them maximize insurance coverage. We process and file claims to take the hassle out of filing insurance, and we’re happy to help patients better understand their coverage. Don’t hesitate to ask our team any questions you may have regarding insurance.

Patient Forms

One way we make visiting the dentist more convenient is by offering new patient documents online prior to patients’ appointment. Simply click the link below to download the forms, fill them in, and bring them with you on the day of your appointment. Contact our team any time with questions. We’re happy to help.

What You Need to Know About Your Appointment

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Schedule an Appointment

When you call, our knowledgeable team members take time to answer your questions
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When you arrive at the office

We greet you warmly, introduce you to Dr. Mark Wilde, Dr. Alex Gruenberg, and our staff, and take you on a tour of the office.
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First Visit Procedure

We then start the appointment with x-rays and a physical exam followed by teeth cleaning and consultation.
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FAQs

How often should I see the dentist for a check-up and cleaning?
Most children and adults should see their dentist and hygienist for a regular cleaning and check-up every 6 months. Tobacco and alcohol use, diabetes, pregnancy, periodontal and gum disease, poor oral hygiene are some of the many factors that your dentist takes into consideration when deciding how often you need your dental cleaning and check-up. People at a greater risk of oral diseases should have dental checkups more often.
Is my treatment going to hurt?
We can provide anaesthetics for any treatment that is likely to hurt you. The injection can be uncomfortable but will only take a few seconds. For children, we use a topical anaesthetic on the skin in the mouth which dulls the pin prick feeling of the needle.
How safe are dental x-rays?
Exposure to all sources of radiation including the sun, minerals in the soil, appliances in your home and dental x-rays can damage the body’s tissues and cells and lead to the development of cancer. Fortunately, the dose of radiation you are exposed to during the taking of x-rays is extremely small. Advances in dentistry over the years have lead to the low radiation levels emitted by dental x-rays. Some of the improvements are new digital x-ray machines that limit the radiation beam to the small area being x-rayed, modern higher speed x-ray films require shorter exposure time compared with older film speeds to get the same results and the use of film holders that keep the film in place in the mouth (which prevents the film from slipping and the need for repeat x-rays and additional radiation exposure).
Which is the best toothpaste to use?
Any toothpaste containing fluoride that you like the flavour of is fine. Fluoride is important because it helps to strengthen tooth enamel, inhibiting tooth decay.
Do I need to use a mouthwash?
It′s up to you whether you choose to use a mouth rinse or not. However it is important to remember that it should not be used instead of a toothbrush, as it won′t clean your teeth for you. Apart from giving you a pleasant taste for a few minutes, most mouthwashes offer no benefits and in fact many are highly acidic, which could gradually erode your tooth enamel.
Is an electric toothbrush more effective than a manual one?
It′s possible to clean your teeth just as well with a manual toothbrush as an electric one. If you choose to use an electric toothbrush, you should still spend four to five minutes each time. It doesn’t clean any quicker – it’s just doing the movement for you. Those who have limited strength or movement in their hands or arms may find it easier to use an electric toothbrush.
Is an electric toothbrush more effective than a manual one?
It′s possible to clean your teeth just as well with a manual toothbrush as an electric one. If you choose to use an electric toothbrush, you should still spend four to five minutes each time. It doesn’t clean any quicker – it’s just doing the movement for you. Those who have limited strength or movement in their hands or arms may find it easier to use an electric toothbrush.
Are payment plans available for my treatment?
We have a range of payment plans available to suit you, including 0% payment option, spread over 12 months. You will be provided with all the options in your Welcome Pack, or you can ask at Reception.

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Office Phone Number
(954) 749-4594
Office Hours
Monday from 12pm to 8pm Tuesday from 8:30am to 7pm Wednesday from 9am to 6pm Thursday from 8am to 5pm Friday CLOSED Saturday from 8am to 12pm Sunday CLOSED
Office Address
5280 N University Dr Suite 200 Lauderhill, FL 33351
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    Macie Morrison
    2019-06-18
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    Best dental office I’ve been to. They’re kind, nice and caring. Staff is awesome and they make me feel like family as soon as I walk into the door. They’re very attentive to me. Definitely recommending them to everyone I know. Thank you Dr. Wilde!

Lauderhill home Of Dentistry

Our Lauderhill Dental Office is located on the corner of Commercial Blvd & Inverrary Blvd, between Bennett Auto Supply and Deja Vu Salon, in the Boulevard Shoppes II, Lauderhill Florida. Our dedicated dentists and team welcome patients from Tamarac, Sunrise, Plantation, Lauderdale Lakes, North Lauderdale and other surrounding communities.

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