Prosthodontists see a lot of diversity in the cases they treat – Watch Julie’s video
Prosthodontists see a lot of diversity in the cases they treat. Occasionally, the injury to a tooth due to a fracture is so severe that the tooth cannot be restored. In these circumstances, the tooth will need to be extracted. Your prosthodontist may or may not do the surgical components of the treatment for you, but they are the specialists in replacing missing teeth. Options for replacement include an implant, a fixed bridge, or a removable prosthesis like a complete or partial denture. #NPAW2022 #Prosthodontics
on Apr 27th, 2022
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