Implantation Dental Center


Telephone: 954-476-0770

The talented team at Implantation Dental Center provides a full range of advanced prosthodontics and periodontal services, including state of the art dental implant placement, single implant crown, implant supported denture and/or bone and soft tissue regeneration.

Dr. Mauricio Hervas, a Prosthodontist, has received specialized education and training in order to treat the most complex of dental implant and oral surgery cases. People from all over the globe travel to Plantation, Fl to see Dr. Hervas.

At Implantation Dental Center we create long-term relationships with our patients, in order to achieve our state of the art goals with precise and strategic treatment modalities.

A Technological Advantage

Implantation Dental Center uses cutting edge technology to virtually plan your surgery before any procedures begin, making implant placement easier and more accurate, which means increased comfort and improved results for you. We are at the forefront in new standards and protocols Our CT scanner produces high quality tri-dimensional digital images. This sophisticated technology allows us to analyze bone quantity for exceptionally precise implant placement results. It allows you to take part in the treatment planning process to ensure your comfort and peace of mind.

Smile with Confidence

Everyone deserves a great smile and our friendly bilingual staff can help you with flexible care credit payments and interest-free financing options. We’ll also be happy to help with your insurance claim.

A referral is the highest compliment that patients or colleagues can give us. We enjoy meeting your family and friends and look forward to providing your dental needs. From Dr. Hervas and associates at Implantation Dental Center, thank you for rewarding our passion with your praise.


Monday: 9am – 6pm
Tuesday: 9am – 6pm
Wednesday: 9am – 6pm
Thursday: 9am – 6pm
Friday: 9am – 1pm


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SARS and Dentistry

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COVID-19 and Dentistry

For sure one thing will be different after this pandemic is over, the world will not be the same! As days go by and Covid-19 increase its number of contagious people, the dental world will have new regulations and procedures. The way patients are received and greet will change. A new questionnaire will demand information [Read More…]

I feel the screw in my dental implant, what should I do? Why is this happening?

After any dental procedure, you’re bound to have a lot of questions. Despite your dental professional answering them for you and giving you all of the information they think you will need, there are some problems that slip through cracks. When something doesn’t look or feel right your instinct may be to panic, but it’s [Read More…]

Dental inlays, onlays, and crowns

When you have decayed or chipped teeth your self-confidence suffers. A less than perfect smile not only poses serious health risks by making you vulnerable to gingivitis and other serious issues, but it also impacts your self esteem. For both of those reasons, it’s important to see your dentist regularly for treatment. There are a [Read More…]

All-On-Four Dental Bridge – Factors to Consider

The All-on-4™ dental bridge is a full arch fixed implant bridge. As a large dental bridge it solves a number of issues but it also is accompanied by possible side effects and consequences that should be considered. 5 Factors to Consider When Determining Whether the All-on-4 dental™ bridge is Right   Speech Issues Implanting this [Read More…]

What does abrasion, erosion and cupping mean?

Teeth, like bones, can wear down with age and use. The enamel can become perforated or erode due to normal use and wear and tear. This creates a concave erosion on the biting surface of the teeth. The erosion is referred to as cupping. This results from the perforation of enamel due to use which [Read More…]


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Mauricio Hervas, D.D.S., M. S., F.A.C.P

Diplomate, American College of Prosthodontics

Diplomate American Board of Oral Implantology / Implant Dentistry

Diplomate, ICOI International Congress of Oral Implantologists

Former Director Implant Pre-doctoral Program NSU

Adjunct Professor Department of Prosthodontics

Nova Southeastern University, College of Dental Medicine


Plantation, Florida Dental Implant Specialist Dr. Mauricio Hervas
Plantation, Florida Dental Implant Specialist Dr. Mauricio Hervas
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