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Welcome to Sweet Hart Dental in Pembroke Pines, FL

DrHartwWelcome to Sweet Hart Dental!  We are honored that you entrusted your oral health care to us.  Each time you come to our office we assure you that you will have a pleasant and wonderful experience. It is all about you.

It is not enough for us to let you leave our office satisfied. We want you to leave ENTHUSIASTIC, and excited to tell the next three people you meet about your great experiences at Sweet Hart Dental.

We think of you as an amazing complete human being and you will quickly see how concerned we are about your every dental-related need.

We appreciate the opportunity to serve you and your family.

Our Advantages

In Office Dental Solutions

We currently offer an in office dental plan solution in the event you don’t have insurance.
We also offer different options for financing. Read More

Using Innovative
Technology

Here at Sweet Hart Dental we keep up with cutting edge technologies in dentistry. We are currently offering Platelet Rich Plasma Facial Rejuvenation procedures as well as Platelet Rich Fibrin bone grafting technology. If you are interested stop by to find out more.

Teeth Whitening for Life.


Developed for patients as an incentive for those who need a little help keeping up with their dental care. Read More

Frequently Asked Questions

Biannual visits are necessary so that we can professionally clean your teeth and screen you for any signs of oral cancer. While many patients think that brushing and flossing on their own is sufficient, there are areas of your mouth that are hard to reach or often overlooked that we can address with our special tools. 

We’ll also let you know of any pointers or recommendations that we have regarding your oral care. Biannual visits are viewed as preventative in nature. During these appointments, we’ll examine your oral health, administer any necessary diagnostic tests, and discuss any problems that may come up. 

We’ll also look for any abscesses or areas that could indicate oral cancer. If the disease is caught early on, oral cancer treatment has a much greater chance of a successful outcome.

In addition to brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing daily, and rinsing between meals, you’ll want to schedule biannual visits at our Pembroke Pines location for professional cleanings and checkups. It’s essential to follow a few recommendations to prevent cavities, including:

  • Use oral care products containing fluoride
  • Avoid sugary and acidic foods and beverages
  • Eat tooth-healthy foods such as fruit, vegetables, yogurt, and cheese
  • Ask about dental sealants — especially for children

When you’re trying to get your kids to brush their teeth, offering reasons why it’s important may not be enough. We suggest trying to make it fun by turning it into a game. If you need any further suggestions, ask one of our knowledgeable staff members and we’ll be happy to offer some friendly advice. 

Children tend to follow your lead, so it’s important to set a good example by brushing twice a day and flossing daily. They’ll need physical guidance until they’ve developed the motor skills to do it on their own. It’s especially important to brush your teeth before bed to rid your mouth of harmful bacteria that lead to plaque buildup.

If you chip, break, or knock out a tooth, stay calm and contact our office by calling (954) 437-9288. We’ll be sure to see you at your earliest convenience and provide you with detailed information on what to do next.

In the meantime, you’ll want to follow a few simple instructions for the best possible outcome, including:

  • Rinse your tooth to remove dirt and debris
  • Handle your tooth by its crown, not the roots
  • Keep your tooth, or its remnants, in a protective container with milk or another liquid to prevent the roots from drying out
  • Bite down on gauze to stop the bleeding

It’s vital to schedule an appointment immediately to improve the chances of successful reimplantation. In the event that your tooth is unsalvageable, we may suggest a dental implant, crown, or bridge to restore your smile.