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Prosthodontist Services in Lahore

Prosthodontics is a specialized field of dentistry that concentrates on the restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists are highly-trained dental specialists who provide advanced dental treatments to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth, ensuring that patients receive the highest level of care possible.


Prosthodontics is a highly specialized field of dentistry that focuses on restoring and replacing teeth using dental prosthetics. Prosthodontists have advanced training and skills to provide a range of treatments, including crownsbridges and dentures. They may also use dental implants to support these prostheses. In addition, prosthodontists can restore damaged teeth with veneers, reshape irregular teeth, and perform complete smile makeovers using various techniques. These treatments are essential for maintaining oral health and functionality, especially for individuals who have experienced Missing teeth or oral trauma that affects eating, speaking, and mouth structure.


Prosthodontists are specialists who receive three years of additional training beyond dental school. This advanced training provides them with a deep understanding of the dynamics of a smile, oral health preservation, and the creation of tooth replacements.

Prosthodontists are highly skilled in utilizing state-of-the-art techniques to treat complex dental conditions and restore both function and aesthetics. Their expertise includes a range of treatments such as crowns, bridges, complete and partial dentures, dental implants, TMJ disorders, traumatic injuries, snoring or sleep disorders, and even oral cancer reconstruction and continuing care.

Need To Know


  • Usually 2 to 3 appointments
  • At the first consultation visit your dentist will examine your teeth
  • The next visit will be for the treatment
  • Further appointments may be needed for more complex treatments, like dentures.

How long it takes

  • The first consultation visit will usually take around 30 minutes
  • Treatment visits will usually take around 60 to 90 minutes

Before your appointment

  • No special preparation needed

After your appointment

You may be asked about

  • Your dental history and medical history
  • Your oral health care routine at home

Quick tip

  • Good oral hygiene will extend the life of your prosthodontic treatment. Take good care of your oral health by flossing daily, brushing twice daily and regularly visiting the dentist and hygienist.
  • Follow your post-treatment recommendations from the prosthodontist
  • Avoid overly hard or chewy foods for a few days
  • Eat soft and easy-to-chew foods after treatment
  • Warm salt water rinse to help with healing if needed
  • Use pain relief medication if you’re experiencing pain


01. How much does it cost to see a prosthodontist?
The cost of seeing a prosthodontist can vary depending on the type of treatment required. During a consultation, the prosthodontist can evaluate the necessary treatments and provide an estimated cost for the patient.
02. Is prosthodontic treatment painful?
Ensuring your comfort during prosthodontic treatment is a top priority for our prosthodontists. While you shouldn’t feel any pain during treatment, it’s normal to experience some discomfort. If an extraction is part of your treatment, you may experience pain and swelling, which is typical. If you have concerns about pain during or after treatment, we recommend discussing them with your prosthodontist during your consultation.
03. Why you would visit a prosthodontist?
If you have missing teeth or want to improve the appearance of your smile, visiting a prosthodontist may be a good option. Prosthodontists are experts in dental prosthetics and specialize in restoring and replacing teeth, including using dental implants. They can also help you if you wear dentures or removable partial dentures.
04. What is the difference between a dentist and a prosthodontist?
Prosthodontists are specialists in the field of dentistry who have completed advanced training after graduating from a four-year dental undergraduate program. In contrast, general dentists typically do not have specialized training in prosthodontics. Prosthodontists are trained to provide complex treatments for missing teeth, damaged teeth, and other issues related to the mouth’s structure and function. They may use techniques such as crowns, bridges, dentures, and dental implants to restore a patient’s oral health and improve their smile.