Prosthodontics has to do with the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation, and maintenance of everything pertaining to the oral wellbeing of the patient especially with regards to clinical conditions caused by missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues.

Our professional dentists at Queens Medical Center are fully capable of handling any complex dental restorations. Regardless of whether you’re suffering from a traumatic injury or perhaps you were born with a genetic facial defect, our experienced prosthodontists will help restore your smile to look its best in no time.

The prosthodontists at Queens Medical Center have undergone the most extensive training available in the industry. They have successfully mastered the highly advanced techniques required to treat complex dental procedures and restore optimum function and esthetics. You are guaranteed a beautiful and proper functioning smile upon completion.

We will work closely with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that offers you the best possible improvements. Our state-of-the-art procedures have earned Queens Medical Center’s prosthodontists the title of ‘architects’ of the restorative treatment plan. A prosthodontist is the primary treatment planner recommended for partially or toothless edentulous (toothless) patients. Our target is to create a balance between functionality, longevity, and aesthetics.

Your health, hygiene, confidence, and self-esteem all hinges on how beautiful your smile is. At Queens Medical Center, we offer advanced prosthodontics care to provide you with the most alluring, natural-looking smile possible. Prosthodontics, or prosthetic dentistry, is an area of dentistry that focuses on the aesthetic restoration and replacement of teeth to their appropriate form and function.

Queens Medical Center offers its patients an assortment of prosthodontics treatments. Our prosthodontics care revolves around the total oral rehabilitation and treatment of a wide variety of dental conditions.

  • Dental Veneers and Other Bonded Restorations
  • Ceramic and Metal-Ceramic Dental Crowns
  • Dental Bridges
  • Removable Complete Dentures
  • Removable Partial Dentures
  • Fixed Partial Dentures

Also included among the treatment plans commonly used in prosthodontics are jaw problems caused by a temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), snoring disorders, sleep apnea problems, and some level of reconstruction following treatments/surgery for oral cancer.