What is a Prosthodontist?

Dental and medical specialities historically grew out of the need to provide the best available treatment where the treatment required is far more complex, more clinically and technically demanding. The specialty of prosthodontics came about in exactly this way. A Prosthodontist is a specialist dentist who is specifically trained at an advanced level to provide advanced diagnosis, treatment planning, restorative treatment and maintenance of the mouth to achieve optimal comfort, aesthetics and health. The treatment planning and restoration of implants, crowns, fixed bridges, dentures, porcelain veneers, temporomandibular therapy and rehabilitation of the bite all fall under the field of prosthodontics.  It takes an additional three years of full-time study in a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in addition to a dental degree to become a Prosthodontist.

As Prosthodontists, A/Professor Max Guazzato, Dr. Johnson Chou and Dr. Sravan Chunduru specialise in replacing missing teeth with dentures, bridges, implants and restoring teeth with fillings, inlays, onlays, veneers and crowns.