prosthodontist

Prosthodontist

A prosthodontist is a dentist who has received an additional 3 years of specialized training accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA). Prosthodontists offer...
periodontist

Periodontist

Periodontists deal with the surrounding and supporting structures of the teeth, most notably the gums.  It requires 2-3 additional years of training following dental...
pedodontist

Pedodontist/Pediatric Dentist

A pedodontist, or pediatric dentist, is a specialist who focuses on the oral health care of children from infancy through adolescence. Parents are encouraged...

Orthodontist

Orthodontists are dental specialists who work to prevent, diagnose, intercept, and correct malocclusion (bad bites) as well as skeletal and neuromuscular abnormalities of developing...

Implant Dentist

Dental Implantology is not a field of dental specialty. Every dentist is permitted to place dental implants. However, the majority of dental implants provided...

Holistic Dentist

A holistic dentist is a regular dentist who considers the dental health in terms of the overall health, often going into greater depth regarding...

General Dentist

A general dentist (GP) is a dentist who has not received additional training. A general dentist is licensed to practice all areas of dentistry,...

Endodontist

An endodontist is a dental specialist who treats problems related to the nerves of the tooth. After completing dental school, endodontists receive special training...

Craniofacial Surgeon

  A craniofacial surgeon corrects deformities of the face and skull.  Craniofacial dentistry is a subspecialty of plastic and reconstructive surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery,...

Aesthetic/Cosmetic Dentist

A cosmetic, or aesthetic, dentist is a specialist that combines the art and science of dentistry to improve not only a patient’s oral health...