When we first welcome you to our clinic, your Prosthodontist will take the time to get to know you and build an understanding of your unique needs. We will review your medical history, complete an initial exam, carefully detail your treatment options and develop a customized plan. If you have any questions, please ask – our greatest comfort is knowing that you are well informed and able to select the most appropriate treatment modality.
With You All The Way
When patients see a Prosthodontist, they benefit from working a single dental professional for their full treatment spectrum, from start to finish.
This provides a linear and consistent patient journey, a single point of contact, and often accomplishes the same treatment in less time and fewer clinic visits.
Cosmetic Dental Specialists
A Prosthodontist is a dental specialist that has completed three additional years of specialized training after becoming a dentist. Prosthodontists receive clinical training in many aspects of dentistry including aesthetics/cosmetics, veneers, crowns, bridges, dental implants, reconstructive and full mouth rehabilitation and partial and complete dentures. Prosthodontists are also involved in advanced rehabilitations involving injuries, congenital or birth anomalies related to the oral cavity and teeth, and oral cancer reconstruction.