Prosthodontists, in addition to their basic dental education (4 year DMD or DDS degree), have to successfully complete a rigorous advanced 3-4 year postdoctoral educational program in Prosthodontics accredited by the CDA/ADA (Canadian and American Dental Associations).

This in-depth additional education provides Prosthodontists not only with enhanced knowledge and skills in their specialty but also enables them to interact with researchers as well as with clinical experts in other dental/medical fields.

Effective communication with a team of experts provides prosthodontists and their patients with a broad range of coordinated expertise in diagnosis, treatment planning, and solving oral health problems.

Prosthodontic Programs