What Is A Prosthodontist

A prosthodontist is a dentist with advanced education and training in both the appearance and function of teeth, or as we like to refer to it as, the art and science of restorative dentistry. The speciality allows us to focus on treatments that address missing teeth and jaw problems as well as patients facing extensive dental surgery.

What Is A Prosthodontist

A prosthodontist is a dentist with advanced education and training in both the appearance and function of teeth, or as we like to refer to it as, the art and science of restorative dentistry. The speciality allows us to focus on treatments that address missing teeth and jaw problems as well as patients facing extensive dental surgery.

Prosthodontist Education

A Prosthodontist spends several years in residency training after dental school, learning advanced principles of biomechanics, bioengineering, dental materials, and aesthetics. Before being awarded a specialty certificate, a prosthodontist must complete upwards of 9000 hours of continuing education specifically in the area of cosmetic, implant and bite reconstruction. Due to the rigorous education and training they undergo, prosthodontics are uniquely qualified to provide a diagnosis, treatment plan and treatment outcome that exceeds standards.

Think of a prosthodontist as the designer and architect of your mouth, providing you with high quality, individualized functional and cosmetic dentistry. We work to understand how the unique combination of your teeth, jaw joints, muscles, chewing movements, aesthetics, and individual habits combined with well chosen dental materials can provide you with the outcome you desire.

Prosthodontist Education

A Prosthodontist spends several years in residency training after dental school, learning advanced principles of biomechanics, bioengineering, dental materials, and aesthetics. Before being awarded a specialty certificate, a prosthodontist must complete upwards of 9000 hours of continuing education specifically in the area of cosmetic, implant and bite reconstruction. Due to the rigorous education and training they undergo, prosthodontics are uniquely qualified to provide a diagnosis, treatment plan and treatment outcome that exceeds standards.

Think of a prosthodontist as the designer and architect of your mouth, providing you with high quality, individualized functional and cosmetic dentistry. We work to understand how the unique combination of your teeth, jaw joints, muscles, chewing movements, aesthetics, and individual habits combined with well chosen dental materials can provide you with the outcome you desire.

The Team

We want to make it easy for you to choose a dentist who cares as much about your oral health as you do. That’s why we are committed to providing our patients with dentistry that achieves the highest level of health, comfort, function, longevity, and cosmetic appearance.

We are able to accomplish this superior level of care by working with a team of professionals aligned and dedicated to our mission, philosophy and values. We not only hold our office team to these high standards, but the team of professionals and specialists we refer to and work with are also required to meet specific requirements. These requirements include a commitment to continuing education, meetings and reviews.

Having dedicated his entire life to his patients and profession, Dr. Chasolen’s standard for excellence and compassion for his patients is unmatched. In our office, patients are treated with respect and dignity. You will receive nothing less than honesty regarding your condition and the options available to you.

We take our profession and our practice seriously. Our goal is to treat each patient with compassion, respect and dignity. We will be honest with you about your condition and the options available to you. Your treatment recommendations will be based on solid evaluation and a blend of historically proven treatment protocols and state-of-the-science cutting edge philosophies, procedures and techniques.