Why should you go to a Board Certified Prosthodontist?

For quality, aesthetic results.
When selecting a professional to care for your dental health, wouldn’t it make the most sense to choose someone whose qualifications have been tested and verified? Shouldn’t you know that the care you receive is the best available?
After graduating from dental school, a Prosthodontist completes an additional three or four years of residency at a program accredited by the American Dental Association. This specialty training program provides extensive experience in the fabrication of crowns, bridges, veneers, inlays/onlays, complete and removable dentures, and dental implants. Prosthodontists also are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of traumatic injuries to oral structures, TMJ, congenital or birth defect, and oral cancer reconstruction and in the management of bruxism and sleep apnea disorders.
The pinnacle of proficiency: Board Certification
After completing residency, many Prosthodontists apply for Board Certification, administered by the American Board of Prosthodontics. This process requires the candidates to demonstrate the highest integration of clinical and didactic knowledge through a written examination as well as a series of oral examinations, in which multiple treatments are presented before a panel of experienced Board Certified Prosthodontists.
A Prosthodontist will concentrate all of his or her skills on your oral health issues to make your mouth, teeth, and face work right, feel right, look right and stay right.
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