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Prosthodontics

Restorative Smile Treatment Options

Millions of Americans are missing teeth for various reasons, like accidents and illnesses. ProHEALTH Dental is on a mission to help as many of them as possible restore their smiles through prosthodontics. No matter why you are missing teeth or which teeth are missing, we are confident that we can create a dental prosthesis to replace them. Throughout your prosthodontic treatments, we will be focused on your comfort and satisfaction.

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What is a Prosthodontist?

A prosthodontist is a dental doctor who specializes in dental restoration techniques, usually with dental prostheses. Crowns, bridges, and dentures are commonly used by prosthodontists to restore a patient’s smile due to a missing tooth. A prosthodontist can also help repair a damaged or partially missing tooth. In some cases, a prosthodontist will even help replace parts of a patient’s jaw or face after an injury or bone disease.

Reasons to See a Prosthodontist

Three reasons to see a prosthodontist from ProHEALTH Dental include:

  1. You want to approve the appearance of your smile after losing or damaging a tooth.
  2. You are worried that a missing tooth could cause jaw damage that will change the shape of your face.
  3. You feel discomfort when biting, chewing, or talking due to missing teeth.

Of course, you might have your own reasons for wanting prosthodontic treatment. Call (855) 750-5011 and talk to a member of our team to see if prosthodontic treatments are the right choice for your dental health.

What to Expect at the Prosthodontist

Prosthodontic treatments will usually begin with general dentistry appointments. If your dentist notices damage to a tooth or you have a missing tooth, then they will discuss treatment options with you, which could include seeing a prosthodontist.

During an initial appointment with your prosthodontist, recent dental x-rays and impressions will be reviewed. It might be necessary to take new x-rays or impressions and to complete other diagnostic methods. Using this up-to-date information, the prosthodontist will determine the next best steps and our team will assist you with scheduling the necessary appointments.

At ProHEALTH Dental, we are focused on your comfort, health, and satisfaction. If you have any questions or concerns about prosthodontic treatments, please call (855) 750-5011 at any time.

Prosthodontic Treatments We Offer

ProHEALTH Dental offers many different prosthodontic treatments, which may vary depending on the dental office that treats you. Available treatments can also vary depending on your dental health, age, and other patient-specific factors. We would be happy to discuss the treatments that can help restore your smile and benefit your overall dental health.

Common prosthodontic treatments that we complete for our patients include:

Why Choose Our Prosthodontists

At ProHEALTH Dental, we combine compassion and professionalism during every prosthodontic treatment. You can expect us to perform high-quality dental procedures while also making sure that you’re okay, even for quick and simple procedures.

When you talk to us about prosthodontic treatments, we invite you to ask about our:

  • Qualifications and certifications.
  • Patient reviews and recommendations.
  • Gallery that shows the results of our treatments.
  • VIP Program that makes treatments highly affordable.

Call ProHEALTH Dental Today for Prosthodontics

You deserve a bright, healthy smile that is as warm and inviting as you are. If you are missing a tooth or teeth, then there is no better day than today to talk to ProHEALTH Dental about prosthodontic care. Before you might expect it, you could have a fully restored smile thanks to our professional treatments.

Click here to schedule an appointment. You can also call (855) 750-5011 to find the ProHEALTH Dental office nearest you.

Prosthodontics FAQ

What is the difference between an orthodontist and a prosthodontist?

An orthodontist is a dental doctor that specializes in correcting misaligned teeth or jaws, such as through the use of braces. A prosthodontist is a dental doctor that specializes in replacing missing teeth, such as teeth lost due to injuries, illness, or genetic conditions.

Why is it important to replace missing teeth?

A missing tooth will not only disrupt your shining smile, but it could also hurt your overall oral health. Replacing a missing tooth can reduce the risk of gum disease and bone loss that can occur years after losing a tooth. Of course, it also restores your smile, helps you eat properly or more comfortably, and boosts your self-confidence.

Can prosthodontics address cosmetic concerns?

Yes, prosthodontics can address cosmetic concerns about your dental health. In many cases, replacing a missing tooth is a decision made purely for cosmetic reasons.