How often do I need a dental exam?

According to the American Dental Association (ADA), the frequency of your visits to an Orlando dentist will vary depending on your situation. Many people do well on one or two visits per year, but those at a high risk for dental disease should visit more often. Your preferred dentist in Orlando will be able to make an accurate recommendation for your next visit.

When do my children need to start seeing a dentist?

Infants typically beginning showing teeth around 6 months of age. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends beginning dentist visits by the first year.

Why do my children need to brush if their teeth are going to fall out anyway?

Baby teeth need to grow incorrectly in order to help guide in healthy adult teeth and still require diligent care in order to ensure oral health in later years. Early brushing helps maintain healthy gums that support an attractive smile. Also, practicing oral hygiene at a young age increases the likelihood of such habits continuing into adulthood.

Do you treat children and adults?

Yes, we are happy and qualified to provide extensive dental care to every member of your family, young and old.

Are you accepting new patients?

Yes, we are always pleased to welcome new patients into our conveniently located offices, including referrals.

What if I am not a Florida resident?

We gladly accept appointments from visitors and tourists in need of a dependable Orlando dentist.

What sort of dental care do you provide?

We are a full-service dental practice qualified for all work in restoration and preventative dental care, including cosmetic and general dentistry.

What sort of Cosmetic services do you offer?

We offer a full variety of restorative dental treatments, from teeth whitening and braces to dental implants and denture repairs. Our trained professionals will skillfully perform whatever work necessary to leave you with a healthy and vivid smile.

What if I am unsure what type of treatment I need?

We provide detailed and insightful consultations with our patients, thoroughly explaining every possible treatment option, so you can continue every visit in full confidence.

What if I have a dental emergency?

Our number is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week in order to schedule a prompt emergency appointment. We maintain flexible scheduling and availability for the comfort and convenience of our patient.

What do I do if a tooth is knocked out?

In many cases, a dislodged tooth can still be replaced if treated quickly. Store the tooth in a container of milk and schedule an immediate appointment with your Orlando emergency dentist.

What sort of payment options do you offer?

We offer flexible payment arrangements for your convenience. In addition to checks, cash, and all major credit card, we also accept Care Credit Dental plans. We are also on the network for a majority of PPOs.

How can I contact the office?

You can message us through our convenient online service or call our office anytime at (407) 345-5620 or (407) 269-8873. Fax, email and our physical location are also printed at the bottom of this page.