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Welcome to Colonialtown Dental

Serving the Greater Orlando Area

At Colonialtown Dental, we value our patient relationships, making it our priority to deliver gentle compassionate care that you deserve from a dentist in Orlando. We work hard to make you feel at ease by providing exceptional patient care in a relaxed, convenient atmosphere. We strive to develop lifelong relationships with our patients by combining the latest dental technology with a professional and compassionate staff. The result is a beautiful, healthy smile that lasts a lifetime.

We also believe that patients should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health, treatment options and choice of dentist in Orlando. You'll find all of this important information on our website, including directions to our Orlando office, service descriptions, patient forms, patient education resources and more.

Not only are we a leading dentist in Orlando, we are a full-service practice providing for all of your dental needs. Our services include:

  • General Dentistry
  • Implant Dentistry
  • Crowns
  • Root Canals
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Tooth Pain
  • Preventive Care
  • Periodontal Exams

Should you ever need additional information about our practice, we are always available to answer your questions. Let us care for your entire family! We look forward to meeting you.

Current Special Implant:

Do you have tooth pain preventing you from focusing on your daily activities? Are you embarrassed of what people think of your smile? Can you afford to be constantly in and out of the dentist with procedure after procedure? Well, there may be a solution at our office.

While Dr. Patel still practices traditional procedures in the office like, tooth extractions, crowns, bridges and root canals, we have added implants as well.

Even if you have bone loss, you may be a candidate to receive dental implants. More exciting is that our lab here in Orlando makes a titanium bar that secures the implant into the bone. This procedure will stabilize the denture across the bar and allow patients to eat the foods they enjoy with tight, strong teeth.

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