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Harry had just completed orthodontics and while his teeth were in the right place for a proper bite, they were still under-sized. As a result, spaces remained. Harry and his mom were looking for a conservative way to close the spaces.We decided that composite bonding was the best approach. Harry and mom were very pleased with the final result.
Composite bonding can be a great conservative option for repairing chipped front teeth. This patient was very pleased with the result.
This young man was dissatisfied with bonding that kept on breaking and didn’t match his natural teeth. We replaced the bonding using techniques for strengthening the filling and blended the composite to better match with his natural teeth.
After having broken a front tooth, this patient wanted a replacement that was natural in appearance. A dental implant and porcelain crown did the trick!
A severely broken front tooth was a nightmare come true for this patient. A dental implant was placed followed by a porcelain crown which turned nightmares into pleasant dreams.
A fall in the parking lot at the local mall, led to two broken teeth and a nightmare scenario for this patient. Dental implants and porcelain crowns were placed to fill the spaces and restore her smile.
This patient was congenitally missing her lateral incisor teeth. In other words, these teeth never developed and thus she was left with unsightly spaces. Orthodontics was done to create the proper width of spaces so that natural shaped teeth could be placed. Dental implants were placed in the spaces followed by porcelain crowns.
A nightmare scenario for anyone, this patient broke two of his front teeth. While we were able to save one of the teeth and place a porcelain crown, the other tooth required removal and a dental implant.
To best ensure that her dentistry would last, we first took steps to correct the bite imbalance and stop the teeth grinding with Invisalign® orthodontics and bite adjustments. Porcelain veneers were placed on the teeth involved in the smile. Not only was the result beautiful, it helped her headaches too!
A gum lift was done to make the gum lines more symmetrical and a dental implant was placed to make her smile look as natural as possible. Finally, we placed porcelain crowns on her front teeth. Cindy was very happy with the results.
When her grandson pointed out her “ugly front teeth”, this patient took a quick look in the mirror to see that indeed her teeth were worn and chipping. She wanted porcelain crowns with the stipulation that they match her other teeth very well. She was very happy with the final result.
This patient didn’t like the worn look of her front teeth. In addition, she didn’t like the color. She wanted a brighter and more youthful smile. This was accomplished with porcelain crowns.
Faced with multiple areas of cavities and worn out bonding, we placed porcelain crowns on this patient’s front teeth. She was very happy that we were able to save and restore her teeth to a new whiter and brighter smile!
Old bonding, cavities and a complaint that her teeth were all of different colors prompted this patient to have porcelain crowns placed on her front teeth.
Realizing that the wear and chipping of her front teeth was also starting to destroy her back teeth, we placed porcelain crowns to fix her bite, protect her back teeth and created a beautiful smile. Win-win-win!
In his 80’s, this patient realized he was long overdue to get his teeth fixed. An interesting case, he wanted “natural-looking” teeth for his age...but a little nicer.
Jimmy is a fine man and he would probably be the first to tell you that when he came to our office, he was concerned he was going to lose his teeth. His bite and gum problems were pretty severe. Jimmy was ready and hoping he could still get his teeth fixed.
Chipped and worn teeth, this patient wanted a more natural looking smile but wanted the new crowns to match the existing color of his teeth.Porcelain Crowns were placed to accomplish his goal.
This patient was wearing down his teeth creating uneven edges. He also didn’t like that the old bonding that was discolored. Porcelain crowns were placed to restore more of a natural shape to his teeth.
Erosion on the backs of the upper front teeth made the teeth so thin at the edges that they looked almost black! Porcelain crowns were made to cover the eroded areas and restore the patient’s smile.
Concerned about old bonding that was wearing off, we placed porcelain crowns as a more permanent solution to her appearance concerns.
By placing conservative porcelain veneers on the two front teeth to make them slightly wider and symmetrical, we could then place the resin-bonded bridges with the natural shaped prosthetic teeth. The result was a handsome and natural-looking smile.
Congenitally missing two teeth permanent and yet too young for dental implants, we placed resin-bonded bridges to fill the gaps. The color-matching and shapes fit perfectly!
Congenitally missing her two lateral incisor teeth, we placed conservative resin-bonded (winged) bridges to fill the gaps until she is old enough for dental implants.
Old bonding on two of her front teeth (the patient’s right central incisor and lateral incisor) was unsightly and embarrassing to this patient. We placed porcelain veneers that perfectly matched her natural teeth. The patient was very pleased and relieved.
This patient didn’t like the odd shape to this lateral incisor tooth. It always showed in his photographs. He wanted a shape that was more natural. He also wanted whatever we did to be long lasting. We accomplished this with a porcelain veneer.
One of the most difficult procedures in dentistry is a single porcelain veneer or crown on a front tooth. This patient had old bonding that was failing on a front tooth. She wanted something more permanent and better looking. We accomplished this using our CEREC® one visit crown and veneer technology so that the patient could avoid needing a temporary.
This patient didn’t like the shape of her four front teeth and in particular the spaces between the teeth, but was happy with the color of her teeth. We did porcelain veneers on her four front teeth and matched the color to her existing teeth.
She wanted straighter and whiter teeth but not so light that they would stand out too much from her other teeth. Sue was familiar with and wanted us to use our CEREC® Technology, which allows us to make veneers and crowns in our office and not have to send them out to a lab. This allowed for a very quick turnaround time. Sue was very pleased with the results and thankful we were able to expedite the process.
This patient was unhappy with old bonding that had worn, was discolored and just didn’t suit her pretty face. She wanted a nicer and more appropriate smile, which we accomplished with porcelain veneers.
Embarrassed by how yellow her front teeth looked, it took me at least ten tries to get this patient to smile for this photo. After we placed porcelain veneers, she had no problems smiling.
This young lady was very concerned and embarrassed by how her teeth were wearing down so quickly. After addressing her teeth grinding issues, we placed beautiful and vibrant porcelain veneers.
Happy with the color of her teeth but dissatisfied with the worn and aged look, we placed porcelain veneers of a more suitable and natural shape. The patient commented that she felt ten years younger.
Dale was unhappy with the overall color of all of her teeth. I also noted that the two front teeth were of different sizes which really threw things off. For Dale, we raised the gum on the short front tooth and placed porcelain veneers on the teeth involved with the smile. Dale was ecstatic with the results.