This patient came to us unhappy with the color of his teeth. He also had receding gums. We placed crowns and veneers on his teeth to enhance his health and improve his smile.
This patient was concerned about the appearance and shape of his existing dental crowns. By using a combination of crowns and bridges on his upper arch, we improved the appearance of his smile.
This patient came to us with teeth that already had veneers placed on them; however the teeth were short and rounded. We placed new porcelain veneers and made the teeth look slender, youthful and longer.
This patient had discolored upper teeth and slight crowding of the lower teeth. We recommended Invisalign to correct the crowding. After treatment, we placed porcelain veneers on the six upper anterior teeth. The results speak for themselves.
This patient had several tooth-colored ﬁllings on the upper teeth that had decayed and discolored. To correct the problems, we placed crowns and veneers and restored the upper arch.
This patient was concerned about the color, shape and position of his upper and lower anterior teeth. Porcelain veneers were used to treat his concerns and improve his smile.
This patient came to us with existing bonding on her anterior teeth that lacked luster and had discolored. We added radiance to her smile by placing porcelain veneers on the upper and lower anterior teeth.
This patient had deep tetracycline staining on her teeth. The staining had been previously masked with bonding, but bonding proved to be limited. It didn’t provide her with the cosmetic outcome that she had hoped for.
We started her smile enhancement by whitening both the upper and lower arches to brighten the teeth as much as possible. We then transformed the upper arch by placing porcelain veneers and metal-free crowns for a natural, attractive result.
This patient was concerned because the teeth were not only crooked, but they were very stained and discolored. We placed porcelain veneers on the teeth to cover the discoloration and correct the alignment of the teeth.