Reverse the Effects of Damage and Decay with Restorative Dentistry

Damage and decay can seriously compromise your oral health, and if left untreated, can lead to gum disease and even tooth loss. Dr. Scott Schmitt offers a full range of restorative dentistry services at his dental practice in Altamonte Springs, FL. Dr. Schmitt provides his patients with the procedures they need to repair the effects of infection and injury, such as dental implants, crowns, and fillings. His training as a prosthodontist has provided an advanced understanding of the relationship between teeth and jaw structures, as well as the ability to leverage procedures for the best results.

Restorative dentistry can alleviate tooth and mouth pain and reinstate your healthy smile

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry includes procedures that treat oral health diseases and trauma. These services include: 

Dental Crowns
When a tooth has suffered a significant crack or chip, a dental crown can be used to cover the entire tooth to restore structure and strength. They are also often placed after root canal treatment.

Dental Implants
These small titanium posts can be combined with a dental crown, denture, or dental bridge to replace one or more teeth from root to crown. Though they require a longer treatment timeline and cost more than traditional restorations, dental implants are highly recommended for patients suffering from tooth loss because of their added security and durability. We also offer the All-on-4® dental implant system.

Those who need to replace one or both dental arches due to extensive tooth loss can receive dentures to restore a natural-looking smile. We offer both traditional and implant-supported dentures. 

Dental Bridges
If you have lost a few teeth in a row, a dental bridge can be placed and secured with either dental crowns on each side or with dental implants to close the gap in your smile.

Inlays and Onlays
While inlays can be used to fill spaces between the cusps, onlays can be placed to cover cusps or the entire biting surface of the tooth. These restorations are typically used when a filling is not sufficient but a dental crown is not necessary.

For patients with widespread damage or decay, full mouth reconstruction may be necessary. Full mouth reconstruction is personalized for each patient to address specific concerns on a large scale. Dental implants are often part of a full mouth restoration treatment plan as a longterm oral health solution. 

Restorative procedures can not only alleviate the pain you are experiencing, but also restore full function to the treated areas. 

Preventing Further Damage

Restorative procedures can not only alleviate the pain you are experiencing, but also restore full function to the treated areas. By undergoing restorative dentistry procedures, you can help prevent further damage to a tooth and those surrounding it. A single damaged, missing, or infected tooth can put surrounding teeth at risk for:

  • Excessive wear
  • Infection 
  • Misalignment 
  • Weakening of tooth roots 

Meeting the Needs of Our Patients

Dr. Scott Schmitt and his staff are dedicated to providing professional, precise care that meets your needs in the most efficient and effective manner. Send our practice a message or contact us by phone at (407) 478-4960 to schedule your consultation today.

C. Scott Schmitt, DMD, MS

Schmitt Prosthodontics

Our compassionate team of dental professionals is dedicated to providing you with personalized care of the highest caliber. Prosthodontist C. Scott Schmitt, DMD, MS, is affiliated with a number of professional organizations including:

  • American College of Prosthodontists
  • Academy of Osseointegration
  • Florida Dental Laboratory Association
  • Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

To schedule an appointment at our Altamonte Springs, FL, office, contact us online or call (407) 478-4960 today!

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"I was very pleased with the care, warmth, attention, and excellent dental care that I received at Dr. Schmitt's office. His whole team was incredible."               

- Mary S. 

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