Prosthodontics can really help you achieve a straight and beautiful smile so that you can be confident wherever you go and make that incredible first impression. Statistics show that a healthy, bright and white smile is one of the keys to success. A beautiful smile is not only a sign of good health, but it will also raise your self confidence, which means that you will become more productive.
Charles Reade, a 19th century author, quipped, “Beauty is power and its sword is a smile”. Dr. Ryne Johnson, prosthodontist and director of Newton Wellesley Dental Partners, who is regarded as a pioneer in CAD/CAM dental ceramics was recently quoted in Boston magazine, “In the sphere of cosmetic dentistry, credentials, experience, and an attention to detail influence the subtle nuances that determine whether one’s smile suggests countless hours in a dental chair or projects the radiance of well-maintained beauty”. In other words, does your dentistry look like dentistry or is it imperceptible?
Prosthodontists specialize in dental implant reconstructions, partial dentures, inlays/onlays, crowns, dental bridges, TMJ therapy & night guards, dental implants and porcelain veneers. Prosthodontists are known for their expertise in offering a wide array of cosmetic dental procedures meant to completely transform your smile.
Other important dental procedures for which prosthodontists receive advanced training include:
- resolving congenital birth anomalies relating to teeth, the jaw/dental arc & palate
- resolving snoring & sleeping disorders
- offering mouth reconstruction in case of oral cancer
- resolving dental problems related to joint & jaw complications
Of course, many of the procedures above can be performed by a general dentist or a ‘cosmetic’ dentist. However, if you want the best possible treatment many suggest that you should visit a prosthodontist who has advanced training or experience in all these types of dentistry and dental reconstruction techniques. Prosthodontists typically under-take 3 more years of clinical training after the four years required to be a general dentist. This allows them to be more-focused in a narrow scope of care.
If you have concerns regarding any aspect of your smile, if the teeth that are misaligned or missing, and if jaw problems or pain persist, you should research for the best prosthodontist out there to get the highest quality treatment.
For more information, visit, www.Newton Wellesley Dental Partners.com. And remember, “See a Specialist…The Difference Will Make You Smile”.