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What are Prosthodontics Dental Treatments?

Posted in Prosthodontics

Have you lost a tooth? Or more than one tooth? Missing teeth can be very hard to deal with. Missing one tooth or more definitely make an impact on your smile. This can impact your self-esteem as well. The good news is there are options for you if you are missing teeth. But first, you will need to see a Prosthodontics Dentist.

Prosthodontics is a specific field of dentistry that is for replacing missing teeth. There are many different for replacing missing teeth including crowns, bridges, dental implants, and dentures.  Most dentists offer some services for replacing missing teeth, but prosthodontists have received additional years of training in missing teeth replacement.

During an appointment with a Prosthodontist, you will have an exam to see what your options are. When your options are determined, the Prosthodontist will explain to you and walk you through the process. Typically there will be impressions made to ensure that the replacement will fit correctly in your mouth.

Also, it is important to know that replacing your missing teeth doesn’t just repair your smile and boost your self-esteem. It’s also great for your oral hygiene. It allows you to use your full mouth again in an effective manner.

So, if you are unhappy with the way your smile is because of missing teeth, find a Prosthodontics Dentist in your area and schedule an appointment. Your smile and self-esteem is very important to your well-being! And with Prosthodontics therapy you will be back to full speed in no time!

Posted on behalf of Randy Muccioli



Prosthodontic Dental Treatments

Posted in Prosthodontics

It can be difficult to go about with missing teeth. Whether it’s just one tooth, or several teeth, open spaces in the mouth can make a huge impact on your oral health as well as your self-esteem.

Prosthodontics is the field of dentistry that focuses solely on the replacement of missing teeth. The prostheses that are used will vary, based on your individual needs, concerns, and existing oral health conditions. Common prosthodontic treatments include:

•           Porcelain crowns or bridges
•           Dental implants
•           Full or partial dentures
•           Other removable prosthesis

The final appliances are made to help treat and correct normal oral functions as well as appearance. Not only will your prosthodontic therapy function great, it will also be designed to benefit the aesthetic appearance of your smile. Prosthodontic dentists specialize in full mouth rehabilitation and are able to carefully design your smile makeover so that all treatments are extremely compatible with one another.

Choosing to have your smile made over with a prosthodontic dentist will prevent patchwork dental treatment. Instead, your entire mouth will have restorations that are made to carefully match one another and fit together in a way that reflects a natural, comfortable smile.

If you’ve been considering having prosthodontic treatment or need to have missing teeth replaced, ask your dentist about what types of tooth replacement treatments would be best for your smile. Everyone’s treatment needs are different, so your dentist will discuss your personal goals and provide an individualized treatment plan to help restore your smile. In many cases a combination of prosthodontic treatments will be used, with each one reflecting the restoration of individual teeth, but in a way that benefits your oral health as a whole.

Posted on behalf of Randy Muccioli


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