Patient came in with a severely short and miscolored crown. A new crown was made using porcelain pressed onto zirconia, which produced a very natural looking tooth. This patient was not interested in whitening his teeth.
The patient had the upper right and lateral incisors absent for many years. Cavities were starting to spread along his gum line. The patient decided to proceed with a bridge to replace the missing lateral incisor and had to crown the remaining front upper teeth to regain the natural look of his teeth.
The patient had all upper and lower back (posterior) teeth extracted. A complete upper denture and lower cast partial were made to gain back eating functions and to give the patient the confidence to smile again.
Immediate dentures are a great option if your remaining teeth are not restorable, and if you do not want to be seen without teeth. The dentures are made before teeth are removed, and be inserted the day of extractions.
The patient was unhappy with the aesthetic of her two front discolored teeth. Composites (aka white fillings) were used in a way to produce a more natural look.