New patients

When you’re looking for a new dental office, the process can be daunting. The good news is that here at Lakeview Dental of Coral Springs, we strive to treat our patients as an extension of our own families. We are here to provide you with the best dental care services in South Florida including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, oral health care, dental surgery and more. For your convenience, we have assembled a directory of what to expect from your first dental visit with us.

Scheduling a Visit

To make your appointment, call our dedicated front desk staff at (954) 752-7874 and they will help you find a date that works best for you.

New Patient Dental Forms

We offer the option of filling out your “New Patient” and “Record of Release” forms online before arriving at your first appointment. This allows us to provide you with even more of a quick and pleasant visit. Dental Patient Registration Form.

Before Your Exam

To schedule an appointment, call our dental office at 561-814-2138 so that our staff assists you in finding a day and time that is available and convenient for you.

Brushing and Flossing

Brushing and flossing before the appointment will help out dentist properly examine your teeth with efficiency and ease.

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Be sure to floss and brush as you normally would before your exam so the dentist can effectively exam your teeth.

Your Health History

Before the dental exam is performed, talk to our dentist about your health history. This will give our dentist insight about your oral health and underlying causes of present issues, if any.

In the Dental Office

After arriving and checking in with our front desk staff, you will be welcomed back to one of our exam rooms and the dentist will speak with you about the history of your health. This will be the time to discuss your oral cleaning habits and any information regarding your oral health. This information is crucial for the dentist to determine a proper treatment plan for you. Our experienced dentists will also be look out for the swelling of gums, redness, and tooth decay or cavity. Once all of this is done, our Coral Springs dentists will be able to examine any necessary treatments to overcome your dental issues.

An Inside look

Before the dentist begins, the complete intraoral exam of your teeth, a series of X-Rays will be taken to get an in-depth look of your teeth above and below the gumline. X-rays are pertinent in treating the teeth, allowing us to see what is not readily visible. Many problems can be beneath the gums including but not limited to, abscesses, bone loss,
and decay of the teeth.

The Exam

The dentist will complete a full exam of your teeth, lips, tongue, and gums in correspondence with reviewing your dental X-rays

Treatment Plan

Following the complete exam and review of x-rays, the dentist will prepare a treatment they recommend for any dental concerns they have observed. Using this fully encompassed treatment plan, the dental team will work to fix the dental needs impacting your overall oral health.


The dentist may recommend some products for you to aid in preventing a disease that could occur in the future and to help maintain a healthy mouth. Products like fluoridated mouthwash and toothpaste.

Before you leave

Feel free to voice any concerns you have before you complete your visit. Our dental team encourages you to ask the dentist questions, they will gladly show you how to care for your mouth properly.

Next visit

Before heading out, be sure to stop at our front desk and our incredibly efficient staff will assist you in scheduling your next visit with us as well as handling any required payments.


Be sure to follow the advice of the dentist, helping to maintain your best oral health. You are welcomed to give our office a call any time should you have any additional questions. Here at Lakeview Dental of Coral Springs, we strive to treat our patients as extensions of our own family. Our highly qualified dental team is prepared to make sure your smile is a satisfied one.

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