My first visit

We want every dental visit to be a great experience, starting with your first one. Here's everything you need before your first visit.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment and plan to spend between 60–90 minutes in our office. You will receive a comprehensive oral examination and x-rays to help your dentist assess your oral health. Dr. Fraser or Dr. Marx will look for signs of tooth decay, bone loss, oral cancer, and Periodontal (Gum) Disease.

To save you time please bring the following things with you to your appointment: Dental Insurance card (if applicable), Photo ID, Completed Patient Forms.

Financing & insurance


We appreciate the emotional and financial investment required to proceed with comprehensive dentistry. During your consultation, one of the doctors and a staff member will review your treatment plan with you and provide a description of the proposed treatment. We will also discuss your investment prior to any treatment, along with several options for your convenience.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card.

We also accept payments to make dental treatment affordable. We achieve this by utilizing Care Credit, Citi Health Card, and Chase for Invisalign.

  • Care Credit
  • Citi Health Card
  • Chase Health Advance- Invisalign Service Only
  • Prima Health


We are insurance friendly and can assist you with your insurance benefits and needs. Please ask one of our front office team members for more information.


Can Custom Teeth Whitening Trays Help Improve My Smile?

If you’re one of the many people who avoid smiling in public due to having stained or yellowing teeth, you’ll be glad to hear that there are safe and effective teeth whitening options out there to help you with your problem.

Zoom Teeth Whitening West Palm Beach

People with stained or dull teeth will benefit from whitening, a safe, effective means to whiten stained, discolored or dull teeth (or even a single tooth). In-office and supervised at-home whitening systems are available. At-home systems should be individually fitted and monitored by your friends at Advanced Dental Group.

What To Do If You Need Urgent Care For Dental Pain

Dental pain can become so severe that ignoring it is no longer an option. Even if you do think you can manage your discomfort, letting a persistent toothache go untreated will increase your risk for complications that lead to the loss of your tooth! Because pain can be a warning that something is seriously a miss, you should make treatment a priority.