The Education

A prosthodontist is a dentist who has completed dental school and undergone three years of additional ADA accredited specialty training to treat, diagnose, maintain, and rehabilitate oral function and aesthetics to patients who have missing teeth and clinical conditions affecting their maxillofacial tissues.

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Your Well-being

Stated simply, a prosthodontist is a specialist who can reconstruct your teeth in a number of ways. They care very much about your overall well-being and are invested in creating long-lasting as well as cosmetic solutions for their patients.

Evaluation

A prosthodontist is a skilled architect and master of complete oral restoration, their training and skills include:

Cosmetics

Crowns

Bridges

Veneers

Inlays

Complete and removable partial dentures

Dental Implants

TMD-jaw joint problems

Traumatic injuries to maxillofacial tissue

Congenital or birth anomalies to teeth

Snoring

Sleep Disorders

Oral cancer reconstruction and continuing care