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Clinical Example Cases

Implant replacement of congenitally missing front teeth- Utilizing a one stage implant allows for an optimal esthetic result.
Implant replacement of an upper molar- A fracture resistant implant is used in conjunction with a previously placed bone graft.
Implant restoration of lower jaw- Six osseointegrated tooth restorations are used in conjunction with three natural tooth crowns. Can you tell which is which?
Single front tooth- One of the more difficult challenges is matching the color, shape and texture of a central incisor.
Replacement of front six broken down teeth- Porcelain fused to metal crowns are stronger than plastic bonding.
Tetracycline stains- The greyish-brown stains usually do not respond well to bleaching procedures. Six porcelain veneer laminates were used.
Small teeth with spaces- Porcelain laminates can be used with minimal tooth reduction to attain a more pleasing smle.
Replacing old crowns with dark lines- All ceramic crowns blend in nicely at the gumline and transmit light more like a natural tooth.
Single tooth implant restoration- The key to success is making the prosthetic crown indistinguishable from the other teeth. We perform both the surgical and prosthetic phases of implant dentistry.
Replacement of six decayed front crowns- There is more control over the tooth shade because the adjacent back teeth are less prominent.
Porcelain veneers in crossbite- Super strong pressed porcelain and attention to occlusion help the restoration hold up to the compressive forces.
Porcelain titanium reconstruction- Titanium is the lightest ,strongest and most biocompatible of all dental metals. New casting techniques allow us to utilize these advantages.
Replacement of usightly bridge- Allowing the false tooth called a pontic to emerge from the gumline in a natural manner. Much of our practice involves the replacement of previously less than satisfactory results.






































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