Prosthodontists are dental specialists trained in state-of-the-art
techniques and procedures required for patients who need complex
treatment to restore optimum oral function and esthetics.
on the Prosthodontist's advanced training and specialized skills adds an
important dimension to the treatment planning and patient care provided
by the General Dentist.
Prosthodontists collaborate with General
Dentists and other specialists to develop solutions to the dental and
oral health concerns of the individual patient.
in an advisory capacity with the General Dentist or actually providing
specialized treatment, the Prosthodontist's collaboration can be a
valuable asset in the planning and delivery of care for patients with
complex oral conditions.
How to know when you need a Prosthodontist:
- Your treatment
involves multidisciplinary management
- Serious esthetic
- You requiring complex implant-supported prostheses
- Severe occlusal deficiencies
- Requirement of rehabilitation
after traumatic injury or oral cancer surgery
- Frail elderly
dentures with cognitive or neuromuscular deficits