Because Prosthodontists have three years of full-time additional training after becoming a dentist, they have a unique understanding of the elements of a smile and the protection and maintenance of a healthy mouth. With their advanced education and training, as well as their expertise and experience in a wide range of treatments, they are experts in dealing with complex oral rehabilitations and reconstructions involving dental implants, fixed, and removable prostheses. They are skilled architects who can treatment-plan and restore optimum function and appearance to your smile.
You will want to choose a Prosthodontist if you have worn or damaged teeth, are unsatisfied with the appearance or function of your teeth, are missing one or more teeth, are interested in dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, or teeth whitening, you wear dentures or removable partial dentures, or you want to optimize the aesthetics of your smile. As experts in treating complex situations, a prosthodontist is also highly skilled at treating less involved dental needs as well. From a routine cleaning or simple filling to the most complicated dental reconstruction, each issue is dealt with using the same level of accuracy and precision.