Amber Dental Care
Your smile is our commitment

Dr. Amani Alkhairi                                                                                               1009 Amber Road
                                                                                                                          Orlando, FL 32807
   (407) 282-0134
     *Most insurances accepted*
*Available payment plan, call for details*


                            Office hours:  Monday to Thursday  8.30 AM  to  6.00 PM.    &  FRIDAY   9.00 AM  to  1.00  PM.
                                                        Phone : (407) 282-0134                                                    Fax : (407) 282-8251


Dr. Alkhairi, Thank you so much for giving me a beautiful smile. Your level of professionalism and expertise were greatly appreciated, I get compliments on my new smile everywhere I go.

Are you concerned with appearance of your teeth and smile?

Do you have broken, chipped, damaged or discolored teeth?

                                          Now you can get the perfect smile that makes
                                                      you feel and look great from Amber Dental Care
                                                                              with Dr. Alkhairi  
                                                       Call us   (407) 282-0134

  Our cosmetic and general dentistry team understand that making the decision to enhance the function and  appearance of your smile is a big one. That is why it is our focus to provide personalized and comfortable  dental care with attention to your specific needs. Dr. Alkhairi and office staff use all of the techniques,      procedures, and materials.
 Amber Dental Care is a full service, family - oriented dental care facility. We provide care in a clean,  comfortable environment. Our goal is to provide you with the highest care possible while accommodating  your schedule and comfort. We have been providing quality dental care to the Orlando area for over 10  years. Our staff is highly skilled and motivated to give you the best experience possible.

You are our #1 Concern! 

  Our entire staff operates as a team, and we take great pride in the training and capabilities of each staff  member. We want you to have the same confidence in them and allow them the pleasure of serving you.  Contact Amber Dental Care for general, cosmetic, adult and children's dentistry services today.



   Save :
$ 79.00 Cleaning (D1110), Exam (D0150)  and X-ray (D0210).                   

In absence of periodontal disease
New patients without insurance only
Valued at $286.00

Save :
$49.00 Limited exam (D0140) and 1 X-ray (D0220).                   

New patients without insurance only
Valued at $85.00


Child Primary and Permanent Teeth

Every child grows 20 primary teeth, usually by the age of 3. These teeth are gradually replaced by the age of 12 or so with a full set of 28 permanent teeth, and later on, four molars called "wisdom teeth."

It is essential that a child's primary teeth are healthy, because their development sets the stage for permanent teeth. If primary teeth become diseased or do not grow in properly, chances are greater that their permanent replacements will suffer the same fate. For example, poorly formed primary teeth that don't erupt properly could crowd out spaces reserved for other teeth. Space maintainers can sometimes be used to correct this condition, if it is spotted early enough.


Babies' gums and teeth can be gently cleaned with special infant toothbrushes that fit over your finger. Water is suitable in lieu of toothpaste (because the baby may swallow the toothpaste). Parents are advised to avoid fluoride toothpastes on children under the age of 2.

Primary teeth can be cleansed with child-sized, soft-bristled toothbrushes. Remember to use small portions of toothpaste (a pea-sized portion is suitable), and teach your child to spit out, not swallow, the toothpaste when finished.


Fluoride is generally present in most public drinking water systems. If you are unsure about your community's water and its fluoride content, or learn that it has an unacceptable level of fluoride in it, there are fluoride supplements your dentist can prescribe. Your child may not be getting enough fluoride just by using fluoride toothpaste.


Toothaches can be common in young children. Sometimes, toothaches are caused by erupting teeth, but they also could indicate a serious problem.

You can safely relieve a small child's toothache without the aid of medication by rinsing the mouth with a solution of warm water and table salt. If the pain doesn't subside, acetaminophen may be used. If such medications don't help, contact your dentist immediately.

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