Dental Implants PatientCase ID: 44451
Front: Preoperative photo with smile display showing diastemas. Postoperative full-face view after cementation.
Front: Spacing, malposed loose teeth and the implant porcelain bridges in place.
Front: severe periodontal disease and the shifting of the teeth due to advanced gum problems and the post-operative view of his finished smile
Front: X-ray of the completed implants and the chimneys or abutments of the maxillary implant bridge.
Front: Final chimneys for the lower bridge and the porcelain fused to gold implant bridge.
Front: Inside of the lower bridge and the beautiful deluxe porcelain implant bridge.
Front: Right and left lateral finished smile.
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Porcelain fused to gold implant bridge.
Adult gum disease is also responsible for complex bone loss that can accrue to the loss of teeth (extracted or otherwise) and the disease process operating directly on the connective tissues (periodontal ligaments) and jawbone.
This Patient’s Testimonials
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Dear Dr. Rick,
I told you that I never wanted my daughter to ever see me without teeth. You kept your promise and then some!
I can eat anything I want and have never felt better. I wish I could share my success with all of your patients and if anyone wants to contact me directly, you may give them my phone number.
I never knew I had so many choices. You were with me every step of the way and I appreciate your thorough explanations and caring demeanor.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
– Joe W., Milwaukee