Prosthodontics & Periodontics
Our focus is always on the well being and comfort of our patients while properly educating them on their treatment options. The goal of our dental practice in Towson, MD is to partner with our patients in creating good habits, proper nutrition and regular professional care that will result in improved oral health and affect your overall health in a positive way.
30+ Years of Experience
Top dentists - Baltimore Magazine
We can handle tough (complex) cases
From dental implants to advanced gum treatments and everything in between.
In-house Dental Lab
Supports custom-made crowns and prosthetics.
Specialize in advanced reconstruction
Prosthodontics and Periodontics
Prosthodontics is the area of dentistry that specializes in mouth restorations. A prosthodontist assists with the restoration of natural teeth and replaces missing or removed teeth. Prosthodontists are skilled in dental work including crowns, bridges and dentures.
Dentists refer patients who have undergone surgery for oral cancer to a prosthodontist who will restore the portion of the mouth removed due to oral cancer.
The main goals a prosthodontist works to achieve for each patient include comfort, natural appearance and normal oral function. If you require oral restoration or have questions regarding the various prosthodontics options available, contact our offices today.
For patients who have the advanced stages of gum disease, a dentist often refers them to a specialist in periodontics, which is the area of dentistry that focuses on the tissue that supports and surrounds the teeth. Periodontists specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases of the gums, known as periodontal diseases. Periodontal treatments range from simple cleanings to bone and soft tissue grafting, and can also include more complex bone surgeries.
If patients have lost a tooth that requires restoration, your dentist usually refers you to a periodontist for tooth replacement via dental implants.
Periodontists maintain the health of the gums and surrounding tissues, while addressing the aesthetics and function of those areas of the mouth. Learn more about periodontics by contacting our offices today.