A dental implant replaces the upper lateral tooth. Bone grafting was perfromed in order to achieve better gum architecture and better secure the implant. The bone atrophied since the tooth had been missing for a long time.
A failing baby tooth can easily be replaced by a dental implant without disturbing the adjacent teeth. The deciduous or (baby) tooth was removed and the dental implant was placed the same day. Once things heal a permanent restoration will be fabricated.
This patient injured the front teeth from a fall . The front three teeth were repaired with veneers that required minimal removal of the natural teeth.
This patient, seen above, was severely wearing and grinding his teeth. His treatment first required making the teeth longer. This is known as crown lengthening. Once the gums had healed the teeth could be built back to their original length.
This tooth broke and was removed. On the day of the tooth removal, a dental implant was placed along with grafting material.
After about 3 months of healing we were able to fabricate the new tooth.
This patient wanted a more affordable and economical way to replace his lower teeth. We created a implant retained hybrid denture. This denture snaps onto the dental implants and can only be removed with significant finger pressure. The implants allow for a smaller and less invasive framework design and a much more stable denture. The biting funcion and chewing is much improved with the dental implants. The Cone Beam CT x-ray allowed us to fabricate a surgical guide and place the dental implants in a very non invasive fashion. There are many benefits to using a cone beam CT fabricated surgical guide, namely a quicker recovery and quicker procedure time. This CBCT guide can be fabractied for most dental implant cases.