Enjoy the gallery below where you can view photos of some of the smiles we have helped to improve!
Patient had bonding on his 2 front teeth done when he was a teenager that needed replacement every 2-3 years because of staining
Porcelain veneers placed on the front 4 teeth with minimal tooth structure removal. 4 years in and the polish and shine of the veneers are still present.
Patient broke the Palatal cusp off his second premolar. A same day CAD/CAM (Computer Assisted Design/Computer Assisted Milling) Porcelain Crown was treatment planned. Figure 2 shows how much of the tooth structure we were able to conserve by doing a same day crown. The more tooth structure saved, the stronger the tooth.
CAD/CAM Porcelain Crown bonded into place showing great shade match and elimination of the margin between the tooth and crown. Can you see the margin in Fig 2? Again, a more conservative preparation means a stronger tooth and a margin that is easily cleaned by normal brushing and flossing.
Our lovely patient was unhappy with the look of her front teeth and wanted a permanent fixed option after years of a Partial Upper Denture.
We provided a fixed (cemented) 3 unit bridge and completely changed the patient's smile and confidence.
Our patient had veneers that were old, monochromatic, stained at the margins and misaligned with her natural teeth.
Our treatment was 4 anterior porcelain veneers to provide a symmetrical, aesthetic result that matched her natural shade while closing the black triangles between her front teeth.
Patient presented with pain and inflammation on his front right tooth, requiring a Root Canal. The patient’s chief concern was to be free of pain but also wanted to replace his stained and dark bonding.
Root canal treatment has been completed on his front, right, central incisor. We also completed internal bleaching on the same tooth over several visits to lighten it from the inside out
Bonding completed on both central incisors to match the shade and contour of his anterior teeth. Patient was thrilled with the final results.
Patient has a cavity and a crack (red circle) on his Upper right first molar. Rubber Dam (Blue) was used to prevent any ingestion of the silver filling (Amalgam) during its removal
Removal of the silver filling, cavity and crack have been completed on the Upper right first molarAt the same time, a new cavity, undetected on the x-ray, was noted on the tooth in front (red circle). Patient consented to treating that cavity at the same time. No extra freezing or appointment required.
Small cavity preparation has been completed on the Upper right second premolar
Bonded composite filling has been completed on the Upper right second premolar
Bonded composite filling placed on the Upper right first molar. After this photo, the Rubber Dam was removed, the bite checked and both fillings were polished.