What is a prosthodontist?

After thoroughly acquainting himself with the unique architecture of your mouth, your prosthodontist will recommend a course of action that includes the restoration of damaged teeth and where appropriate, the replacement of missing ones.

While ‘looks’ are vitally important, your specialist is interested primarily in your overall oral health and wellbeing.

Of course, such intricate, intensely personal work should only be entrusted to a highly qualified specialist. After graduating as a dentist, your prosthodontist has undertaken a further three years of full-time training and research.

Your prosthodontist can offer a broad range of specialist restorative services including restoration of broken teeth with crowns, veneers, and onlays, fixed and removable tooth replacement, such as bridges, dental implants and dentures.