Get the smile you deserve from an experienced Ft. Lauderdale cosmetic dentist!
Prosthodontics is the clinical name for what many refer to as cosmetic dentistry. Becoming a prosthodontist requires years of rigorous training that include learning the dynamics of a smile and creating smile makeovers.
They say a beautiful smile is the best thing you can wear. We couldn’t agree more (take a look at our before and after pictures).
Ft. Lauderdale cosmetic dentist, Dr. Stone, DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery), built his practice after years of training beyond dental school. As an experienced prosthodontist, Dr. Stone is ready for the most complex dental cases. From rehabilitation after a traumatic injury to creating a new smile, prosthodontists have the ability to make your smile brand new. These skills make cosmetic dentistry truly both an art and a science.
Where to find your new prosthodontist
If you are seeking reconstructive or cosmetic dentistry in Ft. Lauderdale, you should do your research before choosing a dentist. Dr. Stone has been practicing cosmetic dentistry in Ft. Lauderdale for over 30 years. As an American Dental Association specialist, Dr. Stone is qualified to offer service in state-of-the-art procedures and techniques that include:
- Reconstructive/Rehabilitative Dentistry
- Crowns (Caps)
- Fixed Bridges
- Removable Bridges (Removable Partial Denture)
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Implants Placed and Restored
- Complex Case Management Involving Multiple Specialists
- Complete Dentures
- Replacing Lost Teeth and Gum Tissue
- Traumatic and Genetic Injuries for Adults
- Emergency Dentist / Emergency Dental Care in Fort Lauderdale
- Maxillofacial Prosthetic Procedures (Such as Oral Cancer Reconstruction and Obturators)
We are located at 2601 East Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 501, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306. Click here for Google directions. Our on-site laboratory allows for your custom dental appliances to be fitted by Dr. Stone and our technicians all on our premises. This helps with accuracy and speeds up the process.
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Prosthodontic training consists of rigorous clinical and didactic preparation in the basic sciences, head and neck anatomy, biomedical sciences, biomaterial sciences, function of occlusion (bite), TMD (Temporomandibular joint disorder), and treatment, planning, and experience treating full-mouth reconstruction cases with a view toward esthetics. Due to this extensive training, prosthodontists are required to treat complex cases, full-mouth rehabilitation, TMJ related disorders, congenital disorders, and sleep apnea by planning and fabricating various prosthetic devices. There are only 3,200 prosthodontists in comparison to 170,000 general dentists in the United States. (Source: Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosthodontics)
Cosmetic dentists regularly lead teams of general dentists and specialists who are researching solutions to complex dental problems. With their advanced training, prosthodontists can improve your appearance by fixing broken, discolored, misshapen, or missing teeth.