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Prosthodontics: Advanced Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry

Understanding Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics is one of the specialties recognized by the American Dental Association. A prosthodontist is a dental professional with both a traditional DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) and an additional two or more years of specialized graduate study and training in advanced restorative dental care. Due to the complex nature of the mouth and all related aspects of oral function, prosthodontics is a highly complex area of specialization.

Sometimes this may mean straightforward cosmetic work with bleaching, life-like laminates, or fillings for improved aesthetics. At other times, it may involve restoring individual teeth with crowns or replacing missing teeth with bridgework or implants. In still others, it may mean life-changing improvements to someone’s oral health, function and appearance by reconstructing the entire mouth.

As a prosthodontist, Dr. Perry Goldberg has utilized this training to help thousands of patients, first in Montreal and now, for the past 21 years in Dallas, achieve the smile and function that is perfect for them.

Before and After Treatment

Innovative Care

Because no two people share the same facial structure, tooth structure, or dental health circumstances, there are a number of critical factors to consider when restoring a beautiful, functional smile. Dr. Goldberg has expert training, experienced perspective, and precise technical skill.

He never takes a formula approach. As a patient, Dr. Goldberg will work with you to understand your own ideal smile and tailor your treatment to reach that goal.

Experienced and Effective Care

Dr. Goldberg's background and experience provides an excellent base from which to provide the highest possible prosthodontic care. He has studied and practiced prosthodontics for over 40 years (including over 33 years in the field of dental implants), giving him the clinical experience and perspective needed to provide innovative, effective restorative care. His combined studies in the field of periodontics provide him with a unique, well-rounded understanding of the healthy interactive biomechanics of the teeth, gums, and oral physiology.

Corrective Care

Our Dallas practice has been carefully designed and organized to provide excellent prosthodontic care. In addition to Dr. Goldberg's professional expertise, we're staffed with a group of highly trained dental professionals. We're equipped with the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology and materials necessary to restore both beauty and function to your mouth.


Modern dental technology provides yet one more way in which we can perform precise, accurate restorative care. In fact, our technology allow us to greatly improve your comfort as a patient, increase the durability of restorations, and heighten the esthetics of a restoration's final appearance. Below is a brief overview of the tools we've found to advance the expert care we offer our patients.

Intra-Oral Camera

The intra-oral camera is a tiny, barely perceptible miniature camera in the tip of a pen-like instrument. This device allows us to view the entire interior of your mouth at any angle needed, to observe and then magnify anything of concern. We can quickly and easily detect cracks, chips, early spots of decay, and wear patterns, allowing us to effectively diagnose and efficiently treat the problem.

Digital Teeth Scanning

iTero Digital Teeth Scanner We are making our patients' lives a little easier! Whether you are in our office for new crowns, veneers or bridgework, expect a comfortable experience that eliminates messy impressions. You no longer have to endure a tray full of impression material hardening in your mouth. The iTero handheld scanner takes a digital, 3D image of your prepared teeth which is sent to our lab where a computer creates an accurate replica of your mouth. iTero has transformed the first appointment for fixed restorations, and we're happy to bring our patients this exciting technology.

Computerized Shade Mapping

A device similar to the intra-oral camera is our revolutionary computerized shade-mapping camera. This tiny camera scans the surfaces of the teeth for which restorations will be made, registering the exact tooth color and degree of translucency. From this information, we then generate a precise map of this information for use by the laboratory. The final result is a natural looking smile.

Advanced Materials

Technology has also been responsible for creation of a number of new, advanced dental materials. One example is the composite resin used for bonding cracked, broken, or misshapen teeth. The resin bonds with the original tooth structure and thus strengthens it, while simultaneously creating a lovely, natural-looking finished tooth.

We also use advanced technology to create computer-generated ceramic crowns, laminates, bridges, and implant restorations. This system involves a highly precise method of designing and fitting such restorations using a remarkably durable, tissue-friendly, aesthetically pleasing ceramic material. This creates a long-lasting, yet barely perceptible restoration meticulously fitted to the patient's individual tooth.

Schedule an Appointment

Book an appointment to discuss your options for transforming your smile to something you can truly be happy about. We're happy to answer your all of your questions along the way. Call Dallas Dental Group at (972) 644-1998 or schedule an appointment online now.

Questions / concerns?

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your oral health, we are more than happy to sit down with you and discuss how you can achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.