Orlando Sedation Dentist

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to never dread the dentist again? That’s only one of the many benefits of sedation dentistry at our office. And if it’s been a while since your last dental visit, Dr. Weinstock can correct any resulting damage or decay, usually in just one or two visits to our Orlando area office.

Whether you need a cavity filled, dentures fitted, cosmetic procedures to whiten your teeth or fix a chipped tooth, you’ll be amazed at how much dental work can be accomplished while you are calmly sedated. If dental phobia has kept you from getting the care you deserve, phone our Orlando sedation dentistry office today at (407) 834-6446 or complete a simple online form to schedule an appointment.

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Our Altamonte Springs Dentist

Altamonte Springs dentist, Dr. Michael L. WeinstockIf you are looking for a dentist in Altamonte Springs that can provide beautiful results while taking maximum care to ensure your absolute comfort, Dr. Michael L. Weinstock is the right dentist for you. We can help any patient to overcome anxiety and get to the dentist for needed dental work or a desired smile makeover. Dr. Weinstock has the experience, combined with extensive training, and caring attitudes that make every patient feel welcome and confident.

A General Dentist for Everyday Care

You need a dentist who is attentive, thorough, and focused on preventive care. Preventive dentistry helps protect your teeth from decay or even loss. But if you do experience some damage to your teeth, you will need restorative dentistry to ensure that your teeth remain serviceable and attractive for as long as possible. Among the general dentistry procedures we offer are:

It’s important to remember that general dentistry doesn’t mean “ordinary” dentistry, because all the care we offer is extraordinary, because that’s how we feel about our patients—they are extraordinary people who deserve extraordinary care.

A Cosmetic Dentist for Beautiful Smiles

Sometimes, you are not happy with your smile as it is and you want a dentist who isn’t just taking care of your smile. You want someone who will improve your smile so that you can show it off with the confidence that comes with a beautiful smile. That’s when you want a cosmetic dentist who offers procedures like:

These procedures are designed to correct teeth that are chipped, gapped, crooked, or discolored so that you will show a bright, straight smile every time.

A Sedation Dentist for Maximum Comfort

Orlando dentist, Dr. Weinstock is dedicated to the maximum comfort of all our patients. This begins with a caring and compassionate attitude. He can help all our patients feel maximum comfort with their experience: no matter what problem or concern you are facing with your teeth and gums, he has seen it before, and know it will turn out well.

But if you cannot share our calm perspective, perhaps because you have had a previous bad experience with a dentist, we offer sedation dentistry to help you achieve calm.

A Dentist Who Cares for the Whole Patient

Many dentists focus just on their patients’ teeth, but we understand that the body is a whole, and the mouth is just part of it. Oral health problems can translate into whole body problems, especially for people with gum disease, or conditions that affect the jaw or airway.

That’s why Dr. Weinstock offers care for TMJ, which can result in jaw pain and headaches among other baffling symptoms, and sleep apnea, a life-threatening condition that can be treated comfortably and conveniently with a simple oral appliance.

If you are in the Orlando area, looking for a general dentist, a cosmetic dentist, a sedation dentist, or a dentist concerned with your whole-body health, Dr. Weinstock is all of this and more. Please call (407) 834-6446 or email our Orlando sedation dentistry office today to schedule your appointment.

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Your Number of Teeth Is Related to Fitness

When you think about the things that help you maintain an active lifestyle, you might not put teeth on that list, but a recent study confirms that the number of teeth you have is an independent risk factor related to your muscle mass and your ability to walk steadily and at speed.

This is important not just for maintaining your teeth, but also for replacing them, whether with dental implants or with dentures.

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