Our Altamonte Springs Dentist

Orlando 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.

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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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From The Blog

The World’s Oldest Evidence of Dentists

Dentists have only been recognized as a medical profession for about 200 years, and the word “dentist” itself isn’t much older than that. But evidence of dentists working on people’s teeth goes back thousands of years, including the newest evidence discovered, pushing back the first dental surgery to 14,000 years ago, during the Paleolithic Era.
Reshaping Teeth with Stone Tools
The evidence of these early dentists comes from a single tooth described by researchers at the University Continue Reading...

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