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Surprise, AZ

13706 W. Bell Road

Surprise, AZ 85374

(623)584-9910

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Litchfield Park, AZ

5115 N. Dysart Road

Litchfield, AZ 85340

(623)536-0900 Get Directions
Goodyear, AZ

2025 N. Pebble Creek Pkwy

Goodyear, AZ 85395

(623)214-9979 Get Directions

Suncoast Dental Surprise – Corner of Bell & Grand
Our Surprise dental office has been open for over 16 years. This location is proud to offer Denture Services, Implants, Clear Braces, and more. Suprise serves the Surprise, Peoria, Sun City, El Mirage, and Waddell communities.


Suncoast Dental Litchfield Park – Corner of Dysart & Camelback

For the best dental care, Litchfield Park is the place to go! Our location in Litchfield Park is perfect for all general dental services, Clear Correct, and more. This location services the Phoenix, Litchfield Park, Avondale, Youngtown, Laveen, and Glendale communities.


Suncoast Dental Goodyear – Corner of Pebble Creek & McDowell

Our dental office in Goodyear, AZ is the best place for families and individuals to find quality dental care. From simple cleanings to dental implants, we’ve got you covered. Our location in Goodyear serves the Buckeye, Goodyear, and Tolleson communities.


About Suncoast Dental Locations

At all three locations, we provide all general dental services and are open on evenings! Call us to set up an appointment today!

Please be sure to contact us via our form below. Schedule an appointment in any of our three locations!

Thank you for your interest in Suncoast Dental. We look forward to being your choice dentist in Surprise, Litchfield Park, and Goodyear Arizona. We are here to answer your questions. If you have immediate questions about our services, please call us at any one of our three locations.

Surprise Office (623) 584-9910 | Litchfield Park Office (623) 536-0900 | Goodyear Office (623) 214-9979

Suncoast Dental Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?
    1. Yes, please arrive 15 minutes early to complete in-person paperwork or downloaded from our website.  
  • What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
    1. Our New Patient Paperwork, which you can download here.
  • What should I expect during my appointment?
    1. You can expect a full comprehensive exam and x-rays. For more information, please fill out a form here and a member of our team will contact you shortly.
  • How long will my first appointment last?
    1. The first appointment usually lasts between an hour and 90 minutes, depending if you scheduled a cleaning on that same visit.
  • How much is my first visit going to cost me?
    1. Most of our accepted insurances cover 100% of your checkups and other preventative care. Without insurance, our New Patient Special is $79.00.
  • Are your offices accessible to patients with disabilities?
    1. All three of our offices are accessible to patients with disabilities. Contact our offices to if you would like to learn more.
  • Are your dentists in the office licensed?
    1. Absolutely! All our dental practitioners are fully licensed.
  • Do you treat children?
    1. Yes, we are a family-friendly dental office. Please contact us to learn more about our pediatric dental services.

Suncoast Dental General Dentistry Questions

  • How often should I see the dentist?
    1. For most individuals, dentists recommend a cleaning and checkup bi-annually – every six months. However, depending on your individual oral health needs, our dentists may suggest you visit us more frequently than that.
  • How can I prevent cavities?
    1. To help prevent cavities, our dentists recommend the following steps:
    2. Rinse your mouth with fluoride mouthwashes.
    3. Brush with fluoride toothpaste after eating or drinking.
    4. Visit your dentist regularly.
    5. Avoid frequent snacking and sipping.
    6. Drink some tap water.
    7. Consider dental sealants.
    8. Eat tooth-healthy foods.
  • Why does the dentist take X-rays?
    1. This is why dentists take X-rays. X-rays allow our dentists to see past your mouth’s skin tissue, or your gums, and into the deeper sections of your teeth and jaw. This allows your dentist to preemptively scan for oral health issues that could go unnoticed with a visual examination alone.
  • What is periodontal disease?
    1. Periodontitis, also known as periodontal disease, is a serious gum infection that can damage your gums and destroy the jawbone. Periodontitis is common but can be fairly preventable. The cause of periodontal disease is usually poor oral hygiene. Periodontitis can lead to potential tooth loss and is a risk factor for lung and heart diseases.
  • What is Clear Correct?
    1. ClearCorrect is a clear aligner system used to straighten teeth as an alternative to traditional braces. They can help people of all ages and dental history painlessly correct their teeth.
  • How long should I brush my teeth?
    1. According to the American Dental Association, it is recommended you should brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste. Anytime you brush, it should be two full minutes. When you brush your teeth, you can remove food and plaque, preventing plaque buildup and tooth decay.
  • How does fluoride protect teeth?
    1. While all toothpastes help remove plaque, fluoride toothpastes provide extra benefits by avoiding tooth decay and strengthening your tooth enamel.
  • How Do I Prevent Tooth Decay, Gingivitis, and Other Problems?
    1. Our dentists have put together a simple guide that can help with preventing dental problems:
    2. Floss regularly.
    3. Brush your teeth twice daily with fluoride toothpaste.
    4. Eat a well-balanced diet.
    5. Visit your dentist bi-annually for a checkup and cleaning. Let our dentists know about your medical conditions or medications you take.
    6. Quit smoking. Smoking increases the probability for gum disease.
  • When Should I Consider Dental Implants?
    1. These are the top ideas when considering dental implants:
    2. If you want to your smile to be more symmetrical
    3. If you need to protect and preserve your jawbone
    4. If you need to stop your teeth from shifting

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