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Aesthetic, & General Dentistry

(3 Reviews)

14009 Egret Tower Dr, Orlando, FL 32837

(407) 251-5100

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Today: Closed
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
5
YEARS
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Dentistry with a Gentle Touch.

About

Biography

14009 Egret Tower Drive
Orlando, FL 32837
Phone: (407) 251-5100

Dr. Alfredo M. Gapuz, Jr. has been in practice for 32 years. He brings the Orlando area a wealth of experience in dental excellence. His straightforward application of fundamental dental sciences and his outstanding gentle approach, have led to his remarkable success as a leading cosmetic dentist in Orlando. Dr. Gapuzs office is the place where excellence in dentistry & art meet!

$99 Cleaning and Exam! Contact us today for more information.

Location & Hours

Main Location

14009 Egret Tower Dr

Orlando, FL 32837

Hours

Regular Hours

Fri - SunClosed

Neighborhoods
East Village Town Center, Hunters Creek

Payment

Payment Method
check, financing available, insurance, amex, discover, debit, visa, mastercard

Other Information

Other Links

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Care Credit

Categories
Implant Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentists, Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontists, Dental Clinics
Other Information

Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier

Services: Dentists, Dental Implants

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B H.

01/22/2015

Overall

Had a crown placed on a tooth in 2011 and it has already broken - the insurance company will not pay for a new one since it did not last as long as they expected. The doctor says his warranty is one year. I would need to pay for a new crown. No consideration given to help defray the cost of having it re-done so soon. I have other crowns and they have far exceeded 10 years. Before getting work done beware of your exposure to having to pay out of pocket if any problems occur between the dentist's warranty and your insurance company's expectations.

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