Diagnose, treat, rehabilitate, design, and fit prostheses that maintain oral function, health, and appearance for patients with clinical conditions associated with teeth, oral and maxillofacial tissues, or the jaw.
Doctor of Dental Science, Prosthodontist, Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, Prosthetic Dentist, Prosthodontist, Prosthodontist, Assistant Clinical Professor, Prosthodontist/Educator, Prosthodontist/Owner, Prosthodontist/Restorative/Reconstructive Dentist, Removable Prosthodontist
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