What is a Prosthodontist?

A Prosthodontist is a graduate of a Dental Specialty Education Program involving an additional two to three years of training at select Dental Schools offering Post Graduate level studies. The program is a comprehensive, intensive hands-on course in conventional (tooth-supported) fixed and removable prosthodontics, as well as implant supported prosthodontics.  It provides a thorough and complete diagnostic and working knowledge to facilitate treatment at “state of the art” levels to address the complexities of restoration of individual cases.

When considering your choice of practitioner for this type of specialized dental care, the level of education and experience of the operator should be a high priority.  A prosthodontist can provide the utmost in this type of restorative care.