What Does A Prosthodontist Do?

A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. This includes procedures such as crowns, bridges, dentures, and implants.

Prosthodontists undergo additional training and education in these procedures and are experts in creating natural-looking functional tooth replacements. They work closely with other dental specialists, such as oral surgeons and periodontists, to provide comprehensive care for patients who have lost teeth or are experiencing other dental problems.

In addition to performing procedures, prosthodontists may also consult with patients to create treatment plans and provide education on dental health and maintenance.

Services Offered by a Prosthodontist

Prosthodontists offer a range of services to restore and replace teeth. Some of the services offered at Leading Edge Specialized Dentistry include:

We also offer other services, such as mouthguards, night guards, and TMJ treatment. We provide consultations, education, ongoing maintenance, and care for all services offered.

Benefits of a Prosthodontics

Prosthodontists restore the appearance and condition of teeth. This means restoring function to missing or damaged teeth and replacing them with prosthetics. They also preserve the jawbone structure and improve your smile with natural-looking teeth. Overall, restoring and replacing decayed and damaged teeth improves your dental and oral health, as well as the support structure for your teeth and the soft tissue underneath.

There are many benefits of seeing a prosthodontist for your dental care needs. Some of the advantages of visiting a prosthodontist include the following:

Overall, seeing a prosthodontist provides you with expert care, comprehensive treatment, and natural-looking results for your dental needs.

Choose Leading Edge Specialized Dentistry

At Leading Edge Specialized Dentistry, we specialize in the restoration and overall health of your teeth to support structures for your teeth.

Our services range from replacing one tooth to a full restoration due to missing teeth from periodontal disease and more. To learn more about our knowledge and experience in periodontics, call 631-351-3444 , or contact us today to schedule an appointment.