Full Mouth Reconstruction
The following before and after pictures show a full mouth reconstruction. In this case, severely worn and broken teeth were restored with a combination of all-ceramic crowns, gold crowns, and porcelain fused to metal crowns.
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns
Before and after shots of severely worn teeth which were restored with porcelain fused to metal restorations.
Reconstruction of Lower Teeth
This patient, an active 90+ year old, had severely worn lower teeth but did not want to go through the time and expense of dental implants or crowns. We were able to improve function and appearance by using composite material to restore his lower teeth.
Restorations Using Composite Fillings
During a trip with One Child Matters to the Dominican Republic, we treated many patients with severe dental problems. Below is a before shot of a patient with decay on his front teeth, and an after shot showing his newly restored teeth.
Restoration of Worn Teeth
This patient had moderately worn upper incisors. We placed four all-ceramic crowns and then added composite filling material to the cuspids (canine teeth).
Gap Between Front Teeth
This patient had a slight gap between her central incisors. We added composite (tooth colored) filling material along the sides of both incisors (front teeth) and smoothed down some of the worn edges to enhance her smile.