If you're thinking about having dental work done, you probably wonder how different treatments will affect your smile. The results of your treatment will be unique to you, but we've shared some before and after pictures of the improvements we've made to our patients' smiles.
Please take a few minutes to check them out and see what's possible for your smile. Then call us to arrange a dental appointment to get started!
All-porcelain crowns mimic natural enamel quite well. These crowns were placed because the patient had chipping, wear and did not like the diastemas (spaces).
This patient had had numerous direct bondings that continued to chip and get new decay. These all porcelain e.max® crowns restored her ability to chew in a cosmetically pleasing way.
This patient had congenitally missing lateral incisors that were replaced with implants and natural looking e.max® crowns.
This patient broke a couple teeth and needed an affordable immediate fix to get her by till she could get the definitive work completed.
This patient was in a motorcycle accident and was able to have is smile restored with a combination of direct composite bonding and indirect all porcelain e.max® crowns.
This is a conservative bonding technique for a peg lateral incisor after orthodontic treatment.
This patient had a history of sucking on lemons which chemically eroded and weakened his tooth structure. Emax all porcelain and Esthet-X direct bonding to the rescue.
These teeth were immediately restored with direct composite bonding to protect the teeth’s nerves and enable him to smile without jagged sharpness. Due to the nature of the trauma, these teeth may eventually require root canal therapy and will likely require all porcelain crowns.
This patient was tired of looking like she had two fake front teeth. Thanks to careful design and attention to detail (and emax all porcelain crowns), we were able to restore her back to a natural looking smile.
This patient wanted to look better for wedding photos. Thanks to an emax all porcelain crown we were able to give him a smile improvement that he could afford.
Traditional PFM does not give quite the level of esthetics that all porcelain does, but it is a good combination of strength and esthetics, especially on patients that have very heavy bites.
This case is a good example of taking someone that is very self conscious about smiling to high confidence smiling, not to mention, going from pain and infection to comfort and health.
We used a couple lower implants to help give this patient better stability for his new teeth. Often two implants is all it takes to make a big difference in lower denture stability.
Sometimes patients cannot afford to have their whole mouth fixed in one quickly. This is where interim (transitional) dentures come in handy. We took great steps in getting this patient’s mouth on the way to health while giving her immediate confidence to smile.