Modern Dentistry of St Cloud

Insurance

Please bring your insurance information with you to the consultation so that we can expedite the claims process.

At Modern Dentistry of St. Cloud, we work closely with you to make sure your dental insurance reimbursement for covered procedures is maximized so you can get the full benefits you're entitled to.

If you have any problems or questions, please ask our staff. Please remember you are fully responsible for all fees charged by this office regardless of your insurance coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Occasionally, patients feel sensitivity after a filling is done when drinking cold water or chewing. There are a couple reasons for this. For one, some patients have inflamed soft tissue that will act up right after the filling is done. Second, sometimes the filling materials are deep and close to the nerve, It can cause some discomfort for a couple of days after the filling.

Treating Sensitive Fillings

If you have sensitive fillings for an extended period of time, we advise you to contact our office immediately to get the solution.

Biotene products are great for patients with dry mouth. There are also prescription strength products if Biotene does not bring the ideal results.

Over the years, stress-induced clenching can wear your teeth down faster than what is normal. This is what we call bruxism. 60% of adults experience this and one of the most common symptoms are worn front teeth and a sore jaw when you wake up in the morning. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, contact Dr. Hua for a consultation today!

At Modern Dentistry of St. Cloud, we only provide tooth-colored fillings made of resin materials. We recommend replacing old silver amalgam fillings when they are in the front teeth (for aesthetic reasons) or when the silver fillings are cracked. 

Call Modern Dentistry of St. Cloud

Contact our St. Cloud, FL dental office today if you have further questions or want to schedule your dental appointment. Our entire dental team can't wait to meet you and the entire family!

It is very important to maintain regular dental visits when you are diagnosed with cancer, especially head and neck cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation cause dry mouths in most patients, thus high risks for cavities. By having regular dental appointments, we will prevent, diagnose, and treat early if necessary.

Scheduling an Appointment

By scheduling regular dental cleanings and exams, you can keep your dental health up while you are going through this hard time. Our staff will make sure you are as comfortable as possible, call our office.

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