We welcome you to visit us any time during our office hours at our Lauderdale-by-the-Sea location at 4001 North Ocean Drive, or our Davie location at 4849 S.W. 148th Avenue, or at our newest Hialeah location at 2387 West 68th Street, Suite 302. All three dental locations are staffed by the friendliest, most knowledgeable staff around.
Dr. Carlos Sierra in Southeast Florida provide practically all services for your family. We specialize in basic/general oral health care services, but also provide cosmetic/restorative care as well. And we also offer Botox and Juvederm!
We believes that nobody should have to pay a fortune just to try out a new office, or to find out what’s wrong with their teeth.
That’s why we are offering you a special offer (for new patients only). For a limited time, you can get a Complete New Patient Exam and X-rays for only $29. Call today, or you can fill out the form on this page to secure this great offer.
Care For All Local Residents & the Surrounding Areas
If you, or another local you know are looking for oral care providers, please do not hesitate to contact us! Remember, we also have offices in Davie and Hialeah too! We would be happy to answer all of your questions, and of course, make an appointment for you to take advantage of our new patient special.
Our patients want to achieve a beautiful smile, with healthy gums, and we work with you to achieve that! And we feel that our patients should fully understand the treatment options and each step of their treatment plans, so we promise to explain everything simply.
Nervous about visits?
Don’t worry! We offer sedation for patients who may be nervous, or would rather be sedated for a procedure, relieving fear for those who have been fearful of the chair. Although most of our patients love visiting our offices, and we make them feel quite comfortable, it’s nice to know that sedation is an option if needed.
Why are our patients so comfortable with us? We have such a strong team to serve you! We are proud to feature a team of 6 dentists (and 2 prosthodontists) lead by Dr. Carlos Sierra, who has over 23 years of experience serving patients.
Don’t worry! Most insurance plans (PPOs) are accepted here. Call our office at (954) 351-6980 to check if we accept your plan. We’d be happy to assist you!
Payments and Financing
Our patients can pay with cash or check, but we also accept all credit cards as well. We have also aligned ourselves with a variety of financing institutions such as Care Credit. For more information click on the icons to the right, or call our friendly office staff who will gladly answer any preliminary questions!
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