Studying one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental
Association classifies an individual as a prosthodontic specialist. A
prosthodontic specialist focuses specifically on the restoration of oral
function through the creation of prostheses or tooth-like solutions and
restorations that help patients chew with greater ease, speak comfortably, and
utilize their mouths effectively and look better.
In order to become a prosthodontist, a dental professional must earn his doctorate of dental surgery and then select to move forward with three or more years of post-doctoral study, research, and residency.
As an American Board of Prosthodontics Diplomate, Dr. Exler is able to restore optimum oral health and function from even the most complex dental issues. A prosthodontist undergoes extensive training and experience, in which provides them with a special understanding of the dynamics of a smile, the preservation of a healthy mouth, and the creation of tooth replacements. Prosthodontists serve as the backbone of a dental treatment plan, collaborating with general dentists and dental specialists to develop complex solutions to oral health issues.
If a patient requires additional specialty care, Dr. Exler will work directly with other specialty care providers to ensure his patients the best treatment possible. Dr. Exler makes himself available for specialist to specialist communication and consultations as well as attends surgeries.