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Four FAQs About Prosthodontics


Posted on 1/10/2022 by Alexandra Garcia DDS MS
Four FAQs About ProsthodonticsWhen you are thinking about options for restoring that missing or cracked tooth you have, all the solutions you have is a type of prosthodontics. Restoring or replacing your missing teeth is always beneficial for that confident smile, and much more important for healthy dental hygiene. Since people usually have questions about what prosthodontics is and how it helps, here are four frequently asked questions to help you out.

What is Prosthodontics?


Prosthodontics is an aspect of dentistry that focuses on providing cosmetic and restorative dental solutions for patients who may need them. Providing solutions such as dental implants, removable and fixed dentures, dental bridges, veneer and crowns, it helps patients regain their smiles, while keeping their oral health intact. Prosthodontics also extends to the care and treatment of patients with jaw problems and other dental issues that may affect the entire facial structure.

Who is a Prosthodontist?


A prosthodontist is a dentist who has undergone additional training to treat patients who have missing or damaged teeth, and also patients who may have issues with some hard or soft mouth tissues. Prosthodontists have additional training in prosthodontics which normally spans three years after obtaining a medical dentistry degree.

What Does Prosthodontics Treat?


Prosthodontics mostly focuses on restoring aesthetics and functionality for the dental health of a patient. While our prosthodontists use prosthodontics to restore your gorgeous smile, we also treat other oral problems such as cleft palate, sleep apnea, snoring disorders, and also temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ/TMD).

Is It Necessary To Replace Hidden Missing Teeth?


Replacing missing teeth is important whether it is in an obvious place or not. Ignoring missing teeth that are not visible can lead to serious health issues such as bone mass degeneration, shifting of adjacent teeth which may also alter your facial structure. While you may have difficulty with speaking or even eating, missing teeth may also cause gum disease. So take advantage of prosthodontics today by speaking to us to understand your best replacement options.
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