Cases in Dental Crowns

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Dental Crowns Patient

Restoring the “dead” tooth Products used were E-Max crowns. In many situations the treatments of choice that offer strong predictability of success, both functionally and cosmetically, are the use of restorative procedures recommended by a cosmetic dentist. New porcelain crowns for restoring deteriorating teeth to natural contours and function, buildups and fillings to test a …

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Dental Crowns Patient

Gorgeous Crowns 11 years later! Wear and Tear Treatment Planning The patient had excessive wear, loss of canine guidance and anterior (front) tooth structures that were beginning to rotate due to the unnatural physical forces arising from the changing bite. The posterior (rear) teeth were hitting hard while the front teeth were beginning to overlap …

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Dental Crowns Patient

Cosmetic Laboratory Cerec Porcelain Crowns Patient came to our practice with open spacing in her front teeth and several gum line cavities and failing restorations. We completed full mouth rehabilitation with deluxe crowns for her to improve her chewing ability and smile.

Smile Makeover Patient

This is a woman that works in health care. She was unhappy with her smile. Her teeth were crooked, didn’t match and she had ugly crowns. The treatment we provided was to change the shape of her gums with soft tissue recontouring followed by new crowns on her upper teeth. This changed her esthetics and …

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Rehabilitation Of Bulimia With Orthodontics & Crowns

Published Articles on this Patient’s Journey Eating disorders are complex conditions with broad-reaching dental implications. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published in May of 2013, eating disorders can be broken down into anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. >>Read Full Article Enamel Erosion due to Bulimia repaired with …

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Dental Implants Patient

Published Articles on this Patient’s Journey Dentistry is defined as the evaluation, diagnosis, prevention and/or treatment of diseases, disorders and/or conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and/or the adjacent and associated structures and…>>Read Full Article Porcelain fused to gold implant bridge. Adult gum disease is also responsible for complex bone loss that can accrue …

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Maxillary Rehabilitation Of Bulimia In A Male Patient

Published Articles on this Patient’s Journey Eating disorders are complex conditions with broad-reaching dental implications. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published in May of 2013, eating disorders can be broken down into anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. >>Read Full Article This is a male that had been …

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Smile Makeover

This is a lady that had decided she wanted a smile she could be proud of. She had an uneven smile display with some old and unattractive crowns in her smile. She decided she wanted a natural smile that had a beautiful, harmonious look. She received E-Max crowns to give her strength and beauty. This …

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction with implants to improve smile display and replace broken teeth and leaking restorations. Professional cyclist that wanted to improve his appearance. He required a full mouth rehabilitation with dental implants and deluxe crowns. His smile shows that the side teeth are narrow and pushed in. He had a crown on a canine …

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Amal Anterior Crowns Cosmetic

This is a woman that had a space between her front teeth with uneven gums. We did some gingival recontouring and reproportioned the sizes of her front two teeth to create a truly symmetric smile. Her front teeth now blend in with the adjacent teeth.

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