Prosthodontist provides treatment to patients with clinical conditions associated with deficient or missing teeth and/or maxillofacial tissues. In addition to completing dental school, a prosthodontist will have received an extra three years of advanced training at an ADA-accredited prosthodontic graduate program. This training will have provided the specialist with the ability to treat complex dental and facial problems involving missing or defective teeth and jaw structures. Ideally, a prosthodontist should be highly trained in bridges, crowns, dental implants, temporomandibular disorders, and cosmetics.