General Dentists usually can manage most of the routine dental problems associated with damage arising from dental decay, broken teeth, isolated missing teeth and other such problems. However,if there is extensive dental damage due to injury, advanced tooth wear from grinding or clenching or if there are multiple missing teeth, restoration can become quite complex and you and your condition may be better suited for treatment by a more highly trained Dental Specialist, such as a Prosthodontist. Prosthodontists are trained in advanced techniques of Oral Rehabilitation, jaw function stabilization and dental and facial esthetics.

Rigorous training and experience provide Prosthodontists with the special understanding of the dynamics of the smile, the preservation of a healthy mouth, and the creation of tooth replacements. Serving as the prime practioners of dental treatment planning, Prosthodontists collaborate with referring general dentists, other dental specialists and other health professionals to develop solutions for patients dental concerns and dental problems.