These are some more of our case studies from the thousands of dental bridge procedures we have performed over the last 45 years.
Case Study 2
This case is about sixteen years old. He was missing every other upper tooth. We installed a continuous whole arch bridge. It was difficult to get a casting that size to fit perfectly, but it turned out beautifully in the end. As you can see, it took two tries. John out lived his only wife, who succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease. John was taken by lymphoma, a cancer, about eight years ago, he really appreciated what we were able to do for his cosmetic appearance during the final years of life.
Case Study 3
This dental bridge case was completed nearly twenty five years ago. The patient was lucky to get out of a gang assault with his life, but his smile was left in shambles after the attack. We had to reconstruct both upper and lower anterior (front) teeth with porcelain fused to metal crowns and root canals. His children should be about the same age now as he was then.
Case Study 4
We handled this case over a decade ago & it required a great deal of colorization.
Case Study 5
This case was a fixed bridge on the upper left and two porcelain veneers on the central incisors. He was married to one of my dental assistance’s best friend.
Case Study 6
This patient returned to me last week after thirteen years, and several other dentist. His bridge looks better than his own teeth after a decade. A perfect example of a fixed bridge.
Case Study 7
This rocket and electrical engineer now lives in Texas. He designs electric motors. With his new lower bridge, I changed his appearance enough to change his cosmetic social acceptance.
Case Study 8
Today, dental inlays are the rage in aesthetic dentistry offices. This case was from 20 years ago. Insurance companies didn’t want to pay for porcelain dental inlays and porcelain onlays. Dental inlays occupy the position between fillings and full porcelain crowns.Contact An Experienced Dentist