Patient presented with missing upper left canine and small shaped lateral incisor.
Treatment consisted of an implant to replace the missing canine tooth, followed by sculpting and shaping the gum tissue with a temporary crown for several weeks.
Finally, a crown was placed on the implant to replace the missing canine, and a crown was placed on the lateral incisor to fill in some of the large void from the missing tooth.
Treatment consisted of opening the collapsed and worn down bite, followed by crowns on the upper and lower arches, and new upper and lower partial dentures (partials) to replace missing back teeth. Treatment time was approximately 4 months.
Allison had worn teeth with old fillings. She originally thought she wanted all her teeth pulled and implants placed to replace the teeth. After talking over our options, we decided that the best course of treatment was the most conservative one; this consisted of crowns on the upper arch and a few fillings on the lower arch.