Board certified Prosthodontists specialize in treating and handling dental and facial problems that involve restoring missing tooth and jaw structures:


Dental Implants

Crowns and Bridges


Temporomandibular Disorders (TMJ/TMD)

Neuromodulation (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport)

Orofacial pain associated with stress, clenching and grinding

Maxillofacial Prosthodontics:

Extraoral Prostheses:
Facial prostheses: orbit, nasal, ears

Radiation Shield
Worn during radiation therapy for protection of normal tissues

Intraoral Prostheses:
Surgical Obturator Prosthesis
Covers palate after partial or total loss of the maxilla (upper jaw). This is used after surgery to provide closure

Interim and Definitive Obturator
Covers palate after partial or total loss of maxilla or due to cleft palate. It restores teeth and gums and has an extension which closes the defect or hole for swallowing, eating, chewing, and speaking.

Palatal Lift Prosthesis
Helps soft palate assume correct position for speech

Palatal Augmentation (Drop) Prosthesis
Alters palate prosthetically for speech

Mandibular Resection Prosthesis
Replaces portion of the jaw that has been lost and restores gums and teeth

Fluoride Carrier
Tray filled with Fluoride gel for patients with dry mouth from medications, radiation therapy, or certain medical conditions. Helps to strengthen, protect and preserve compromised teeth