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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a Prosthodontist?

A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in treating complex dental and facial matters, including the restoration and replacement of missing or damaged teeth with artificial devices. They are highly trained in dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, jaw disorders, and more.

Prosthodontists specialize in repairing natural teeth and replacing missing teeth. Missing and extracted (removed) teeth are replaced with artificial teeth (dentures), dental implants, caps, or crowns. Specially trained prosthodontists also work with people with head and neck deformities, replacing missing parts of the jaw and face.

Reasons to see a Prosthodontist

There are various reasons why you would visit a prosthodontist. It could be due to an accident involving the mouth, a congenital (birth-related) condition, developmental disorders, or simply cosmetic reasons. Although many traditional dentists can provide these services as well, prosthodontists are extensively trained in state-of-the-art techniques and procedures for treating complex dental conditions.

There are a number of services a prosthodontist specializes in, including:

• Cosmetic Dentistry
• Veneers
• Teeth Whitening
• Developmental Disorders
• Sleep Dentistry
• Laser Dentistry
• TMJ: Jaw Joint Problems
How can I tell if I'm brushing and flossing properly?

Brushing: Brush your teeth gently, paying special attention to the areas where your teeth and gums meet. Clean every surface of every tooth. Use the tip of your brush to clean behind your upper and lower front teeth.

Flossing: Take a piece of floss about 18 inches long and wrap it around your middle fingers. Using a clean section of floss each time, wrap the floss into a C shape around a tooth. Wipe it over the tooth, from base to tip, a couple of times. Repeat on each tooth. After flossing, roll it up in a tiny ball and put it in the garbage. Never flush floss down the toilet.

Am I a suitable candidate for implants?

You are a suitable candidate for getting dental implants from top implant dentists in London Ontario if you have one or more teeth missing in your mouth, have satisfactory physical and oral/dental health, and are not suffering from any chronic medical or dental illness. You may not be eligible for getting implants if you are suffering from certain systemic diseases such as uncontrolled diabetes and pathology of the jaw bones such as osteoporosis.
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