Damaged and decayed teeth can cause pain and make it difficult to eat and speak.
Restorative dentistry procedures like fillings, implants, and dentures can improve the health, appearance, and function of your teeth.
Windermere Dental Group in Orlando, FL, can revitalize your smile with a personalized restorative treatment.
Before and After Restorative Dentistry
We Use State-of-the-Art Technology To Restore Smiles
Dr. Susana Moncada and her staff use advanced technology like CEREC® to create same-day restorations like crowns, inlays, and onlays. Using 3D imaging, the CEREC milling unit can create a precise restoration that fits comfortably in the patient's mouth and matches their natural teeth. After a restoration is created, our dentist makes any necessary adjustments before securing it in place. This technology can sometimes restore a patient's smile in a single appointment.
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Dr. Susana Moncada is prepared to go above and beyond to ensure your smile is healthy and functional. With over 10 years of experience in the field of restorative dentistry, she is confident she can give her patients satisfying results.
Our Orlando, FL, dentist's office is committed to providing high-quality restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and general care to enhance the appearance and maintain the health of our patients' smiles. Contact Windermere Dental Group today to see which dentistry treatments can help achieve your health goals.
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Restorative Dentistry Options Available at our Orlando, FL, Dentistry Office
At Windermere Dental Group, we only use tooth-colored fillings, which offer several benefits over traditional amalgam or metal fillings. Tooth-colored fillings are made of a special composite material that can be shade-matched to the color of your enamel so they blend discreetly into your smile. They also eliminate mercury-related health concerns and are better for patients with metal allergies.
If you have a damaged tooth, a missing tooth, or a few missing teeth in a row, dental crowns and bridges can restore the look and function of your smile. A crown is a restoration that covers a chipped, cracked, or severely decayed tooth. An implant-supported crown can completely replace a tooth. If you are missing up to three consecutive teeth, Dr. Susana Moncada can use a dental bridge — which is made of crowns and replacement teeth that have been fused together — to fill the gap in your smile and bring balance to your bite. We also offer implant-supported bridges.
Following the loss of a tooth, dental implants can be placed directly in the jaw to serve as artificial tooth roots. Over the course of several months, the small titanium posts fuse with the surrounding bone, allowing Dr. Moncada to secure a bridge, denture, or crown firmly in place. Dr. Moncada may be able to place your implants and permanent restoration herself so you don't have to make appointments with other dental professionals.
At Windermere Dental Group, we offer both traditional and implant-supported dentures to meet the diverse needs of our patients. Traditional dentures are held in place by clasps or adhesives. Implant-supported dentures are a larger investment, but can hold dentures firmly in place so you don't have to worry about slippage. Regardless of the type you select, your dentures will be custom-crafted at an advanced dental lab. With proper care, dentures can last for many years.
In some cases of decay, a filling cannot adequately restore a tooth. Dr. Moncada can use an inlay or onlay to effectively protect the tooth and restore its appearance. An inlay is used to cover the biting surfaces of a tooth, whereas an onlay extends beyond the pointed cusps of a tooth and down its sides. In addition to offering inlays and onlays made at our partner dental lab, we may be able to use our advanced CEREC machine to provide same-day treatment.
Patients in need of multiple restorative treatments including crowns, bridges, implants, and root canal therapy can choose full mouth reconstruction for a comprehensive treatment that saves time. The goals of full mouth reconstruction are to return function to your bite and restore your oral health. During your personal consultation, Dr. Moncada will work with you to plan a unique treatment plan that meets all of your individual needs.
Will Insurance Cover My Restorative Treatment?
Unlike cosmetic dentistry, your restorative treatment may be partially or completely covered by your health or dental insurance, especially if it’s considered medically necessary to improve your health; however, not all restorative treatments are covered by insurance. For example, dental implants will have to be paid for out-of-pocket, but are often worth the price as they can last a lifetime with proper dental care.
Windermere Dental Group believes dentistry treatments should be affordable and accessible, so our Orlando, FL, office offers financing through CareCredit®, LendingClub®, and Fifth Third Bank. If the cost of treatment is a concern, Dr. Moncada and her staff will be happy to review your financial options and see which course of action is best for you.
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