Prosthodontists provide multi-disciplinary levels of care, including repairing failed treatments that negatively affect the mouth and smile, treatment of maxillofacial (jaw and face) abnormalities, and advanced dental care for complex anatomical features of the teeth, gums and supporting bone structure.
Prosthodontists work closely with their patients to develop a comprehensive treatment plan and to help patients understand what improvements are possible. Using state-of-the-art procedures, the prosthodontist is often viewed as
the “architect” of a restorative dental treatment plan.
Particularly for partially or completely edentulous (toothless) patients, a prosthodontist is typically the key treatment planner. They provide highle esthetic crowns, crown and Bridges, flexible partial and complete dentures and implant supported crowns and implant supported Dentures.
Although prosthodontic treatment can be expensive, prosthodontists will give proven results and provide the highest esthetic and functional level of reconstructive dentistry.