There are an estimated 200,000 dentists in the United States, yet fewer than 4,000 of them specialize in prosthodontics. At Georgia Denture & Implant Specialists we are proud to be a full service private practice that concentrates in helping patients with dentures, partials, and dental implants. There are some dental practices that “offer” prosthodontic services, yet they actually refer patients out to a doctor of prosthodontics for most of their services. Georgia Denture & Implant Specialists is an all-encompassing prosthodontic practice that works to create beautiful smiles with an emphasis on attention.
Dr. Warren Berne and Dr. John Anderson have worked in collaboration with local dentists and surgeons throughout the South East to provide excellent services to those needing removable prosthodontics and implants. However, we are also a private practice that patients can come to outside of their dental practice. Because we are a private practice, we are often able to charge patients less for the same dental services that they would receive from a referral out from their dentist – who would also want to be charged for his “over seeing” of your treatment.
Dr. Warren G. Berne, DMD, has a specialized area of training and professional degree in prosthodontics. He has dedicated his dental career to helping patients with dentures, partials, and implants achieve a comfortable, fully functioning, and beautiful smile.
Dr. John A. Anderson, DDS, MS, has practiced prosthodontics since 1980. After practicing full range prosthodontic procedures for over 20 years in the military and private practice, he chose to concentrate on dentures, partials, and implants as his “true calling.” Dr. Anderson has dedicated his services to helping patients restore their smiles and confidence.
Georgia Denture & Implant Specialists is proud to have an on-site laboratory that works with Dr. Berne and Dr. Anderson to create the most customized dentures, partials, and implants available. Contact us today as the “go to” resource for your prosthodontic needs.