General dentistry is our bread and butter. It’s the routine cleanings, x-rays, exams, and select treatments that ensure your mouth is as healthy as possible. You should visit your Winter Springs dentist at least twice every year so we can give you a good cleaning and check for signs of tooth decay, gum disease, oral cancer, and other issues that might affect your oral health, overall health, and quality of life.
At Collins Dental, we love caring for Winter Springs’s smallest smiles. We’re happy to accept patients of all ages from 1-100. Dr. Collins and our team love working with children for many reasons. Aside from the adorable things that come out of their mouths sometimes, we’re more interested in what’s going on inside. Our team is great with kids and provides gentle cleanings and treatments for a first dental experience that’s anything but scary. We offer fun fluoride treatments and silly sealants to protect those baby teeth from decay and help adult teeth grow up right.
While our goal is to prevent the need for dental treatments and restorative work, we’re all human and sometimes things happen. Whether you have tooth decay, broke a tooth on a popcorn kernel, or lost a tooth or teeth due to gum disease or the natural aging process, we would love to help you restore your smile back to health.
If general dentistry is our bread and butter, cosmetic dentistry is our artisan cupcake. We take pride and joy in our ability to completely transform our patients’ smiles, giving them the confidence to live their best lives. If you’re hiding or embarrassed by your smile, we have a number of solutions from simple fixes to full smile makeovers.
At Collins Dental, we go above and beyond the traditional role of a dentist. We practice dentistry that considers the mouth as a microenvironment and an integrated part of your total body health system. If you suffer from chronic headaches and migraines, or you snore and have trouble sleeping, we would love to help you finally find the relief you deserve.
We know emergencies don’t always happen when it’s convenient, but dental injuries are highly time-sensitive. That’s why we leave room in our schedule every day to accommodate emergency appointments and are on-call after hours. If you or a loved one is experiencing a toothache, lost a crown, or knocked out a tooth, you should call us right away.