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Why See A Prosthodontist?

Prosthodontics (also known as dental prosthetics or prosthetic dentistry) is one of the twelve dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA). Prosthodontists specialize in the diagnosis, restoration, and replacement of missing teeth. Prosthodontists can restore oral function through the placement of restorations or prostheses (dentures, crowns, implants, etc.). Many patients come to our office for routine dental care, including visits with the Hygienist for cleanings and occasional fillings. As a Prosthodontist, however, we are often involved with patients who have complex dental needs. Dr. Isaacson and Dr. Reinhardt are prosthodontists who are best suited for these complicated cases.

Dr. Isaacson looking at a prosthetic at Prosthodontics of Princeton. Dr. Steven Isaacson
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Dr. Reinhardt viewing a patient's prosthetics at Prosthodontics of Princeton.Dr. Suzanne Reinhardt
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Extensive training and experience give Prosthodontists a unique understanding of how to restore the dynamics of a smile and healthy mouth with the creation of tooth prostheses. Becoming a prosthodontist requires an additional three years of specialty training after obtaining a DMD (Doctor of Dental Medicine) degree.

This specialized training must be completed at an ADA-accredited prosthodontic education program. This is where Prosthodontists are highly trained in state-of-the-art techniques and procedures for treating multiple, diverse, and complex dental conditions. They will also learn how to restore the optimum function and aesthetics of a smile.
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Advanced deterioration of a patient’s teeth usually includes multiple dental issues and may involve various dental specialists. While we, as Prosthodontists, may serve as the “architect” of a dental treatment plan, we often collaborate with other specialists to facilitate the complete treatment of your condition.

Prosthodontic treatment can literally redesign your smile through a number of different services including veneers, inlay/onlays, dental bonding, dental implants, implant supported dentures, teeth whitening, bridges, and crowns. By visiting us at Prosthodontics of Princeton, we can have our experts Dr. Steven Isaacson and Dr. Suzanne Reinhardt see how we could best help you get that perfect smile. Please give us a call at (609) 924-1975 to schedule an appointment with us today!

Our Convenient Location

Prosthodontics of Princeton

601 Ewing St Suite B-4, Princeton, NJ 08540-2757


(609) 924-1975


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