First Visit - Cape Coral, FL

Expect Comfortable, Quality Dental Visits

Count on Quality, Even When the Procedure Is Complex

Our team at Cape Dental Care is excited to show you a truly unique dental experience! Expect a seasoned team of dental professionals, minimally invasive technology, and a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. We work diligently to create a relaxing environment for all our patients, especially those who have dental anxiety, and offer sedation services as needed. With a goal to help you achieve and maintain great oral health, we offer a comprehensive range of services and treatments conveniently in our office.

We want proper oral health to be achievable for everyone which is why we accept multiple insurance providers. Our entire team looks forward to helping you achieve your dream smile with affordable treatment tailored to your needs. Since 1989, we have striven to provide the highest quality dental care and it shows in the longevity of both our staff and our patients! We encourage you to read more about what you can expect at your first dental visit, then reserve your appointment with your new dentist and read more to learn what to expect in Cape Coral, FL!

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What to Expect at Your First Visit

We understand that visiting a dental office isn’t always a priority. We take pride in making your dental visits with us as comfortable and personalized as possible! If your visit is due to a dental emergency, we may modify the following process, but in general, you can expect:

The moment you step inside our office, we’ll be here to welcome you! Our front office staff loves building close relationships with our patients, and we are excited to bring you into our dental family.

You’ll be introduced to our team members who will be here to provide you with friendly dental care every time you visit our Cape Coral, FL dental office. It’s perfectly alright if you don’t remember the names of our staff, but we make it a point to remember yours!

We’ll show you around our office so you can become familiar with where the exam rooms, bathroom, and exits are. We’re especially excited to show you our onsite aviary, which can be seen from every patient room and is filled with over 25 species of birds! We also do our best to provide attentive care, so you’ll rarely be left alone during your appointment unless necessary.

The next step of your appointment is a consultation with one of our dentists, either Dr. Mark Kraver or Dr. Phillip Kraver. This is the perfect time to discuss what you do and don’t like about your smile as well as any dental problems you may be experiencing.

An important part of your first visit is x-rays. These provide an in-depth view of your oral structures. The high-resolution images from our iTero® Scanner make it possible for our dentists to spot small cracks, cavities, and other problems with your teeth.

Your dentist will complete a thorough oral examination of your tissues, gums, bone, and teeth. We’ll check for decay, disease, and infection, and complete an oral cancer screening.

Finally, we’ll complete a dental hygiene cleaning. Your new dental hygienist will remove plaque and tartar buildup from your teeth, carefully floss each tooth, then polish your teeth with a gritty toothpaste.

You’ll always leave our office with a gift bag of items, including floss or floss-ups, toothpaste, and a new toothbrush. Now you can enjoy your newly cleaned teeth and maintain proper oral health until your next visit!

Making Your Dental Care Affordable

Our dental team wants to ensure that all our patients can afford to have healthy smiles for life. We accept many dental insurance plans and are here to help you maximize your benefits. We also partner with third-party dental financing companies that provide low monthly payment plans for those without insurance and for costly procedures. We’ll help make sure that our dental care in Cape Coral, FL is affordable for you and your family!

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