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Welcome to Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist, Your Dentist in Plantation, FL

Ask about our 0% financing. Most dental insurance plans accepted. Call our friendly staff today at (954) 423-3969 to learn more and set up an appointment.

Plantation FL Dentist Practice

Compassionate & Affordable General Dentist in Plantation

Since 1995, Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist has been providing exceptional general cosmetic dentistry at affordable rates to Plantation and surrounding areas. At Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist, Dr. Shroff cares about your oral health. We are the “gateway to your overall health.” We pay close attention to your specific needs and offer individualized attention, whether you need cosmetic, reconstructive, restorative or general dentistry. General dentistry is truly cosmetic dentistry. If done properly, oral function will be restored with natural looking teeth. Skilled experience and technology required to provide exceptional general, cosmetic, implant dentistry is rare to come by.

At Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist, headed by Dr. Hitesh Shroff, you will experience all the aspects of dentistry in a state of the art, completely renovated location. We offer the latest computerized and digitalized services to all our patients in the Plantation area and surrounding communities.

Some of our services include:

General Dentistry

Specialized Services

Cosmetic Dentistry Services

Dental Office Offering Expert Care to Families

Going to the dentist isn’t typically viewed as the most relaxing period of your day, but we strive to help you feel as comfortable as possible during your treatment. Not only do we offer an experienced and caring team, we also make it easy to take care of any treatment that you might need.

Leading Dental Clinic in Sunrise & Fort Lauderdale

At Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist, when we seek to discover and provide the best treatment for our patients, it brings out the best in ourselves. We believe everybody should receive quality dental care at affordable rates, so we offer multiple financing options and accept most types of insurance. Whether it’s tooth pain or cosmetic dentistry that you need, your smile is always our number one priority.

Plantation, FL Dentist
Dr. Shroff Plantation Dentist
1854 N Nob Hill Rd
Plantation, FL 33322
(954) 423-3969
(954) 423-4037
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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:

9:00 am - 5:00 pm


9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I've been to the Dr's office and Dr.Shroff took good care. Shannon helped me with all the questions/concerns I had."
    Ravali K.
  • "Being new to the Plantation area, it wasn't easy finding a dentist I believed would be knowledgeable and properly care for my teeth. Someone mentioned to me that Optum Dental Care had a very caring dentist and a nice office. So I decided to visit the office and see how I felt. I was kindly greeted by the office manager, Shannon, who explained to me that Dr. Shroff has over 35 years of dental experience in both dental treatment and surgeries. In addition, the office also has a type of anesthesia that would make the procedures painless for patients who are scared, nervous or need extensive dental work. Fortunately, I just needed x-rays and a basic teeth cleaning. However, I did find the dentist to be very knowledgeable. He also gave me some great insights on ways to continue taking care of my teeth."
    Lasanga S.
  • "I am very pleased with Dr. Shroff's practice in all aspects. We have Humana HMO through my wife's job with the School Board of Broward County and were happy to find a very competent office manager/assistant in Shannon who gave us a detailed breakdown of all potential costs with every procedure to avoid surprise bills.

    Dr. Shroff is a very knowledgeable dentist with patience and integrity. He has the patient's interest in mind first and foremost. I had two crowns done and I know that he cares for the patient as he was trying to save the nerve on one tooth by advising not to do a root canal where it was not absolutely necessary. My wife also had a crown and a filling done and she is very happy with Dr. Shroff's work. We strongly recommend Optum Dental and will continue to go here for years to come."
    Mr. Z
  • "Dr. Shroff is fantastic! He is the best dentist I have every had. I'm so glad he was recommended to me. He has been fixing my gum problems that other dentists did nothing about. He is expert at so many different procedures. I feel 100% comfortable in his care. I highly recommend him, and all of his staff are exceptional, as well. And Shannon, the Office Manager, is very professional and friendly."
    Patricia K.
  • "Excellent Service! Dr. Shroff and Staff are very knowledgeable and professional. Dr Shroff was very courteous and explained everything in very detailed. I highly recommend this place."
    Amy E.

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