Multiple certifications. Advanced training in implants, cosmetic dentistry, and more. State-of-the-art technology. If you want modern, comprehensive care, choose Dr. Orenstein as your prosthodontist in Newton, MA.
No matter how complex your current state of dental health and esthetics, Dr. Orenstein can get you where you want to be. He can completely rehabilitate and revitalize your smile with a smile makeover.
As a surgically trained, board-certified prosthodontist, Dr. Noah Orenstein is highly skilled in restoring smiles through dental implants, crowns, cosmetic treatments, and more.
While many practitioners share the title of prosthodontist, only about 5% of them possess the expanded expertise and qualifications that Dr. Orenstein has.
Many are board-eligible, while Dr. Orenstein is one of the few who has successfully completed the intensive four-part examination process to become board-certified in prosthodontics. This signifies that he is current on all the treatment and techniques of his specialty and will reaffirm this through ongoing recertification.
You won’t find a more qualified prosthodontist in Newton, MA.
Dr. Orenstein earned his dental degree at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and followed it with post-doctoral surgical training at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA.
Compelled to provide a more advanced level of service and care to his patients, he undertook a three-year advanced specialty program in Prosthodontics and Implant Surgery at the University of Connecticut while simultaneously obtaining a Master’s degree in Facial Esthetics. Never one to rest on his laurels, he completed the qualifications to become board-certified through the American Board of Prosthodontics in 2013.
Dr. Orenstein is more than a highly qualified practitioner—he’s a compassionate professional who’s dedicated to building relationships with his patients through personalized care. You’ll find his chairside manner second to none. Your health, safety, and comfort are the motivation behind everything he does.
A strong, healthy smile starts with a foundation of teeth that are healthy from the roots up. Dental implants replace the root and crown of missing or untreatable teeth, making them a long-lasting and attractive way to restore your smile, your quality of life, and your confidence.
Your smile should not only look and feel healthy, it should make you feel happy. If you don’t love the way your smile looks, Dr. Orenstein has the cosmetic dentistry training and esthetic eye to change your outlook for the positive.
Sometimes a single treatment won’t fix your smile flaws. In that case, you may need full mouth rehabilitation. Just as it sounds, full mouth rehab—a smile makeover—is a more comprehensive treatment plan that includes multiple services to achieve the results you desire.
You deserve nothing less.