The first step for a potential Prosthodontist is applying for dental school. Once an individual passes the regular courses, more classes will follow. In fact, three to four additional years of classes are the norm. In the U.S., the American Dental Association (ADA) must approve the classes.
This kind of degree takes dedication, perseverance, and commitment. The field of Prosthodontics is one of nine specialties that the ADA recognizes. It is a highly advanced field, and it covers multiple dentistry disciplines. If a Prosthodontist works with you, you are in capable hands.
As a Board Certified Prosthodontist Dr. Amit Kamat is one of only 1% of dentists with this specialist qualification.
Typical prosthodontic training includes four years of dental school and three additional years of training in dental implants, full mouth rehabilitation, crowns, bridges, dentures, cosmetics, and tempromandibular joint function.
As a Prosthodontist, Dr. Amit Kamat provides an extremely high level of care for patients who are missing teeth or have significant damage to their existing teeth. This extremely specialized training allows the doctor to deal with a wide variety of problems from the most simple to the most complex. A prosthodontist can be thought of as the dentist’s dentist. A prosthodontist can aid in the rehabilitation of a complete dentition or merely in the replacement of one or two teeth. The prosthodontist can supply the control and expertise that is necessary to make an implant supported restoration look and function properly.
A Prosthodontist relies on the latest procedures to implement treatment. The treatments provide balance between a variety of factors. These factors include aesthetics and functionality. The following are kinds of prosthetic treatments you might get: