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Porcelain Veneers

This patient was sick and tired of wearing an upper removable partial denture to replace his upper front teeth. He wanted something that was fixed in place/didn’t come in and out, and that was very aesthetic. We were able to throw away his removable partial denture, and he was treated with a fixed porcelain to Zirconia bridge and porcelain crowns.

Porcelain Veneers

This patient was unhappy with the overall appearance of his teeth due to yellowing, crowding & over-lapping, and non-ideal tooth morphology (shape/size). He was treated with porcelain veneers on his upper arch and whitening/bleaching of his lower arch.

Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain Veneers

This patient was sick and tired of wearing an upper removable partial denture to replace his upper front teeth. He wanted something that was fixed in place/didn’t come in and out, and that was very aesthetic. We were able to throw away his removable partial denture, and he was treated with a fixed porcelain to Zirconia bridge and porcelain crowns. His porcelain to Zirconia bridge was very unique in that he was missing a lot of bone in the areas where his teeth were missing. He did not wish to have bone grafting surgery done to replace the missing bone, so pink porcelain was used on the bridge to give the appearance of replacing the missing underlying bone and soft tissue! Without using pink porcelain, the teeth would have appeared much too long.

Porcelain Veneers

This patient was unhappy with his smile due to yellowing and crookedness. He was not interested in orthodontics. He also had several old, defective restorations in place. He was treated with a combination of porcelain veneers & porcelain to Zirconia crowns by restoring his entire upper arch.

Porcelain Veneers

This patient was unhappy with his smile due to non-ideal tooth morphology (shape/size). His lateral incisor teeth were too short & his central incisor teeth were too long. He was treated with 4 porcelain veneers on his upper front 4 teeth! He also did whitening/bleaching on the rest of his teeth. The photo on the left was how he smiled prior to having these 4 porcelain veneers done…life changing dentistry!

Patient Restoration

This patient had an upper removable partial denture, which she hated. She had a ton of old, defective dentistry in place throughout her mouth, and she had a deeply over-closed bite. She was restored with a combination of porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, and a porcelain to Zirconia fixed bridge. She also had diode laser re-contouring of her gum tissue. The culmination of all of the treatment done essentially gave her a face-lift…the woman on the left looks like the mother of the woman on the right!

Patient Porcelain Crowns

This patient was unhappy with the appearance of his teeth due to discoloration, crowding, missing teeth, and the presence of many old, defective restorations. He was treated with a combination of porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, and a porcelain to Zirconia bridge which restored his entire upper arch & a portion of his lower arch.

Porcelain Veneers

This patient was unhappy with the appearance of his teeth due to non-ideal tooth morphology (shape/size), crookedness, discoloration, and the presence of many old, defective restorations. His upper arch also developed improperly which caused it to be narrow. Thanks to the help of a very talented Orthodontist, his upper and lower arches were first corrected and the teeth were straightened. Then, all of the teeth were restored with a combination of porcelain veneers & porcelain crowns. Gum re-contouring was also performed using a diode laser. This was a difficult case that ended with a fantastic result!

Porcelain Veneers

This patient was unhappy with the diastema (space/gap) between her front two teeth. She also had non-ideal tooth morphology (shape/size). She was treated by performing a diode laser frenectomy. The frenum is a small muscle attachment that we all have under our upper lip between the two central incisor teeth. In some people, the frenum actually splits the two front teeth apart. Removal of the frenum is fast & simple, and it helps to keep the teeth from forming a diastema (space/gap). She was also treated with laser diode gum re-contouring, and 10 porcelain veneers. This was all completed in 2 visits!

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