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Composite Bonding can look as natural as real teeth when done right!

Trauma from nail-gun to front tooth (#8) – Tooth was extracted and implant was placed at the same time


















Full-Mouth Reconstruction: The patient feels like herself again after replacing existing crowns and veneers and correcting her bite!!!

Full-Mouth Reconstruction: Patient was restored to a more natural appearance










































Teeth in a terminal state (all teeth need to be extracted) – instead of having to settle for dentures, the patient was restored to full function and a natural look using Dental Implants and Prettau Implant Bridges











































































Trauma resulting in fractured tooth root – The tooth was extracted and replaced with a dental implant


































Trauma resulting in fractured front tooth – Restored with composite resin bonding
























Dental Implant (upper right incisor) – perfecting esthetics so that tooth loss is undetectable


































Smile Makeover – Gum grafting along with porcelain crowns and veneers were accomplished to create a symmetrical, beautiful smile.





Prettau Implant Bridge – Before and After

Extractions, soft tissue grafting, and bone grafting were performed prior to placement of four dental implants. The case was restored with an all-zirconia prettau implant bridge.


Porcelain crowns (upper incisors) – Before and After




Full Mouth Reconstruction – Before and After

Both upper and lower teeth were restored with porcelain crowns to bring patient’s bite into proper occlusion.

After rehabilitation, upper lip support is slightly increased leading to a more youthful appearance.

Implant (upper right lateral incisor) – Surgical placement and restoration – Before and After



The upper right canine and premolar were also restored with porcelain crowns.

Bone Graft, Tissue graft, Implant (upper left lateral incisor) – Tissue graft around implant (upper right lateral incisor) – Porcelain Crown (upper right canine) – Before and After




Due to thin tissue around upper right lateral incisor (tooth #7), a soft tissue (gum) graft was performed to increase tissue thickness for long-term survival of the implant.