Full Mouth Rehabilitation
We restored this patient's function and cosmetics through a combination therapy of dental implants, crowns and bridges. Note the natural tooth color and shape as well a his bite and overall oral health restored.
All Ceramic Crowns
The restorations in these three teeth were failing and required crowns for protection. We were able to restore these teeth with metal free crowns.
Smile Design (veneers and crowns)
This patient was displeased with his previous smile. He was unhappy with the color of his temporary crown on his right central incisor, as well as the old veneer and crown on the adjacent teeth. We restored his smile and cosmetics by designing two crowns on his central incisors and veneers on his lateral incisors and canines.
Crowns and Veneers
This patient presented with two old crowns on her front teeth as well as some minor rotations with her lateral incisors We corrected the shape, length and color of her front four teeth with a combination of veneers and all-porcelain crowns as well as some minor periodontal therapy.
A front tooth was lost and replaced with an all-ceramic implant abutment and crown; no metal was used. You can appreciate the lifelike, cosmetic result.
Two adjacent implant crowns were fabricated. One can notice the natural periodontal tissues around the implants and between the crowns.
Porcelain Metal Bridge
This patient had his front four teeth fail due to periodontal disease and bruxism. We were able to replace the teeth with a six tooth bridge and maintain his bite.
An old silver/amalgam filling was defective and replaced with a bonded all-porcelain inlay. We often recommend tooth-colored, porcelain inlay or onlays to our patients for better oral health.
Veneers and Crowns