Patient needed a bridge to replace the missing teeth.
Great care was taken by the master ceramist to give the crowns proper shape, contour, and color characteristics similar to that of adjacent teeth, in order to give the crowns a beautiful natural appearance.
Patient presents with a broken edge of her front tooth.
This was a conservative approach utilizing composite materials instead of a more aggressive approach such as a crown. No tooth structure was removed and we were able to incorporate all the white spots to match the natural appearance of the adjacent tooth.
Patient presents with a fractured existing bonding which had lasted him a very long time. Patient wanted the same type of restoration.
A conservative composite bonding approach was utilized to restore the missing tooth structure. The adjacent tooth had an old bonding that was discolored. Rather than replacing it, it was successfully resurfaced to obtain a better color match.
Patient was concerned about the small gap between the teeth.
The gap was closed using composite material. No tooth structure was removed and no local anesthetic was required to complete the task.
Patient presents with large areas of chipped/eroded areas at gum line that have been sensitive to cold. Patient thought it was normal to have this appearance.
The areas were restored with composite. It should eliminate the sensitivity and protect the inner layer of the tooth structure. A night-guard would also be required for proper protection.
This is an older patient who disliked the appearance of the front tooth not being aligned properly due to teeth crowding. He was not interested in braces which was understandable given his age.
This tooth was restored with a chair side composite veneer.
Patient presented with an old existing implant supported denture that needed to be replaced.
A new set was fabricated utilizing premium denture teeth which are aesthetically more pleasing and more wear resistant.
Patient lost his front tooth and elected an implant replacement.
Restoring a single front tooth is one of the most challenging tasks for a dental technician. This case needed extra attention because the adjacent teeth had a variety of color characteristics. Working with an experienced ceramist was very crucial to achieve this great result.
Patient presented with an old bonding that was becoming an eyesore due to poor color match. The best long term fix with a great aesthetic result would have been a ceramic veneer but patient could not afford it at this time.
The next best approach was to place a composite bonding. This material has certain limitations. It will not be as strong nor as aesthetically pleasing as a ceramic veneer. However, this will be a great alternative until she could upgrade at a later time.
Patient presented with fractured teeth related to an accident.
The missing tooth structure was restored with composite to their original natural shape.
This young patient was unhappy with the brown spot on his front tooth and only wanted to have that spot removed without interfering with all other white spots.
We were able to bleach and remove the stain to the point that he was very satisfied with the result. This was a painless procedure that took about 30 minutes.
This patient presented with a visible gap between her teeth. She was not interested in braces and preferred a conservative single visit treatment to resolve her concern.
Composite material was placed to close the visible gap.
Patient presented with severe erosion of multiple teeth with very dark discolorations. Ideally, some of the teeth needed crowns but patient could not commit to it.
The next best option was to cover the areas with composite material to add a layer of protection until the patient could crown them.
This patient presented with a fractured front tooth and was asking for an immediate fix.
The missing section was fully restored using composite which would be a good alternative until he decides to place a veneer/crown.
Patient had a visible gap that was a cosmetic concern for her.
The gap was closed using a very conservative approach utilizing composite.
Patient broke off an existing veneer that needed to be replaced.
It was replaced with a ceramic crown to maximize strength and aesthetic.
Patient presented with a defective fake composite tooth that needed to be replaced immediately.
Composite material was bonded between the teeth until a more definitive treatment could be provided.