The patient complained of worn teeth, unpleasant smile, and purulent gum infection beside one front tooth. The treatment involved replacing the cracked tooth with an implant, recreating a fine and correct gum contour, and restoring the lost length and shape of the teeth. Treatment duration – around 6 months.
The patient was admitted with tooth discolouration and gaps between teeth. The treatment consisted of prosthesis with minimally invasive restorations, raising of the occlusion, restoration of the dental shape, and closing of the unaesthetic gaps between teeth. Treatment duration – around 2 months.
The patient came due to asymmetric smile and crooked teeth. At first,he underwent orthodontic treatment that involved placing the teeth in correct positions. He received prosthesis with laminate veneers of the entire upper jaw in order to create the most optimal symmetry possible and obtain well-shaped teeth.
The patient had a stable occlusion restored, several implants were screwed in front teeth area instead of teeth unsuitable for prosthesis. She also haddental contour in front teeth area adjusted. Treatment duration – around 1.5 years.
The patient referred due to old, unaesthetic, and low-quality dental fillings in front teeth, as well as enamel crack defects (sphenoid defects) beside the gums. She received prosthesis with laminate veneers which created an even dental colour and shape. Treatment duration – 3 weeks.
The patient came because the upper front lateral incisors did not grow when she was a child, so she had an aesthetic filling performed by enlarging the canine teeth and central incisors, and thus covering up the absence of the incisors. However, that aesthetic situation did not satisfy the patient. She received orthodontic treatment, had implants screwed in place of missing teeth, and underwent prosthesis with laminate veneers and zirconia crowns on dental implants. Treatment duration – 3 years.
For his entire life the patient was insecure about his teeth colour which was caused by antibiotics taken when he was a child. His new smile was created with non-metal ceramic veneers with covers that helped achieving a minimal polishing of the teeth, up to 0.5 mm only.
The patient complained of unattractive fillings, missing teeth, and chipped teeth edges. He had the old dental crowns were replaced by new lithium disilicate ceramic restorations, the occlusion raised, the correct occlusion curves restored, and the smile recreated throughout the course of the treatment. Treatment duration – around 1 year.
The patient came when the situation of his worn teeth size was almost at a critical point, that is, when there were only a little of the dental tissues left. Nevertheless, after the application of adhesive restorations which were held on the teeth not by mechanic but by chemic means, all of the teeth were kept “alive”. This was one of the greatest changes I have ever seen, not only in terms of the smile, but also the patient’s self-confidence.
The patient referred to the Clinic because of a cracked front tooth, a gap between the adjacent teeth, and gum inflammation. One front tooth was replaced by dental implant, the prosthesis was performed with “no prep” laminate veneer on the canine tooth in order to reduce the gap. The patient desired only the urgent treatment so the prosthesis was not performed on all of the front teeth hence achieving an “almost” perfect result.