New crowns and bridges
This man in his late 40s felt the appearance of his teeth aged him. He had a combination of new crowns and bridges made with a very natural looking ceramic material and was more than happy with the results- he felt confident to smile again.
This 30-year-old patient didn't like the appearance of her crooked front teeth. She didn't want to have her teeth prepared for crowns or veneers and didn't want to have braces. Composite bonding (tooth coloured filling material) was used to build the teeth up and achieve the result she wanted. Now she couldn't be happier with her new smile.
This male patient in his late 20's didn't like the appearance of his very old and failing veneers. These were replaced with new ceramic veneers, much to the patients delight.
New crowns and veneers
This 36-year-old female was unhappy with two crowns on her upper teeth- she felt they were too prominent. She had two new crowns and veneers on her two front teeth. The patient was delighted.
Ceramic crowns and composite bonding
This 17-year-old schoolboy hated his ‘peg teeth’ and was very conscious of them. They have been restored with all-ceramic crowns and the gap between the front teeth closed with composite bonding (white filling material). The teenager was delighted.