Office Information

Office Hours and Appointments

Thanks for checking in with us.  We provide general family dentistry services to help keep you and your family's oral health in top condition.


We are here for you at these times:


Monday through Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm

Friday 8:00am-12:00pm 

By appointment


For new patients with dental pain, please call and inform us of your problem, and we will do our best to see you as soon as possible.


Do you want to make an appointment?

Simply contact us by phone at 407-877-6666 or directly by using our contact form.



Dental problems don't always happen during normal business hours. Unfortunately, we are not able to see non-patients of record after normal business hours.


If you are a patient of record of this office and you're experiencing a genuine emergency problem, please call the office number for instructions as to where to call to reach Dr. Sober or whoever may be on call for him.


Payments and Insurance?

We offer several payment options and participate with several insurance company plans as in-network providers.  Click here for additional payment and insurance details.

Important information for the health of your teeth

We want the best for your teeth. That's why we have put some information together here to help you the next time you visit our practice. It can also help you understand more about prevention and other dentistry topics.


Preventative care: At least every 6 months for most patients

If you take special care of your teeth and they are in good condition, you should still come to see us for a checkup at least twice a year. Often, dental problems develop slowly and silently, with little or no pain to alert you that there is a problem.  Regular checkups can help locate these problems while they're still small and easily repaired.


If your teeth are predisposed to problems, you should be on the safe side, and consider coming in even more frequently, as may be recommended by Dr. Sober. Prevention in dentistry, as in medicine, can pay considerable benefits to the patient, often saving them considerable pain and money too.


Our tip: Whenever you come in for your checkup visits, make the next appointment after each visit before you leave the office.  Plan for your own prevention.  You won't regret it.


Start 'em early

Proper oral hygiene habits are learned early.  As soon as your toddler can manage a toothbrush (24-30 months), supervised brushing instructions can create beneficial habits that last a lifetime.  I suggest you have two separate toothbrushes for your young child.  Allow them to use one on their own first, each time they brush, along with some guidence from you the parent or guardian.  Then, re-brush their teeth for them with the other brush.  The first toothbrush will get chewed on and will quickly become ineffective as a brush. That's why we have the second brush.  This way you give them a chance to learn themselves, but their teeth are still getting brushed well by you.   Remember, children under 6 should be supervised at all times as swallowing toothpaste can be harmful.


Steven J Sober DMD recommends a first dentist visit somewhere in the third year.  Establishing regular visits at a young age has proven to improve the health and stability of adult teeth.