Sunrise Emergency & Family Dental Care

1700 Wells Rd, Suite 19
Orange Park, FL 32073
904-586-1234

Our office will be closed after December 15th every day except Wednesday 20th. After January 10th we will only open on Wednesdays until further notice.

1700 Wells Rd, Suite 19
Orange Park, FL 32073
904-586-1234

New Patients

DENTIST ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS IN ORANGE PARK FL

Learn more about our new patient specials, discounts and the exceptional service we give our patients!

We want to thank you for visiting the Sunrise Emergency & Family Dental Care website! Our goal is for your first visit to be one of comfort and acknowledgement of your personal dental needs.

We will take the required time to properly diagnose your immediate dental concerns, review your past medical and dental history, and create a treatment plan that provides for your optimal dental health. With your cooperation, we will complete a thorough comprehensive dental evaluation.

Why? Because the foundation of a long term relationship is established at your first visit to our practice.

Interested? Complete the form below and we will contact you within 24 hours! Or feel free to call us at Orange Park Office Phone Number904-586-1234.

 

Contact Us Today

The first step towards a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office by phone or complete the appointment request form below. Our scheduling coordinator will contact you to confirm your appointment. If you are an existing patient, this contact form should not be utilized for communicating private health information.

DENTAL ANXIETY AND PHOBIA

IF YOU HAVE A FEAR OF DENTAL WORK

In fact, some studies show that up to 75% of Americans experience some level of dental related fear and 20% avoid dental care because of it. If you have a fear of dental work, we want you to know that making you feel comfortable and safe at our office is our first priority. Dental anxieties and phobias present themselves in a wide variety of ways, and specific fears vary from person to person. Dental anxiety may be mild to moderate, and often takes the form of a general sense of worry and apprehension when thinking about an upcoming procedure.