Prosthodontists are experts in cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry, and complex restorative dentistry. After completing 4 years of dental school,
Prothodontists receive an additional 3 years of intense specialized training in an American Dental Association (ADA) accredited graduate program.
Prosthodontics is one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the ADA.
Why you should go to a Prosthodontist...
Did you know that many dentists perform complex restorative dental work, cosmetic and implant dentistry after just a weekend course on a procedure? That may be okay, but you should also know that Prosthodontists receive an extra three years of intense, formal training beyond dental school in a rigorous residency program.
Whether your care requires simple fillings, single crowns, tooth whitening, or complex implant reconstruction, you can be assured that you are receiving the best care possible in state-of-the-art dentistry by visiting a Prosthodontist. Prosthodontists have vast knowledge in dental materials and techniques, and are well-versed in the dental literature so that you can be assured that your treatment is backed by sound clinical research.
If you are seeking cosmetic or restorative dental work, you should do research before making a decision in order to ensure proper care. As ADA recognized specialists, Prosthodontists are qualified to offer service in state-of-the-art procedures and techniques, such as:
- Dental implants
- Cosmetic dentistry
- Natural looking crowns and bridges
- Tooth whitening (bleaching)
- Porcelain laminates (veneers)
- Complete Dentures and partial dentures
- Complex care management involving multiple specialists