Before and After - Smile Makeovers
The patient requested we replace the crown on the left central incisor for esthetic reasons. While it was a decent match for a 20-year-old crown, she felt we could do better.
ESTHETIC TISSUE GRAFT
The patient noticed rather rapid recession over her right central incisor. Tissue grafting was the treatment of choice, with virtually all the lost tissue redeveloped for a more pleasing smile.
The patient had worn down his front teeth. A combination of orthodontics and ceramic veneers gave him a new, younger smile.
These gold restorations were done by Dr. Koch over 20 years ago and are as good as new. While the appearance of gold is not to everyone's liking, it is the finest restoration we can offer.
A tragic fall on an icy sidewalk damaged the two front teeth. Root canals and ceramic crowns were the solution to an otherwise awful event for a young adult.
The patient's old dentures were worn out. A set of new dentures offered the patient better function and a younger smile.
This patient's bite and teeth were hopeless, and the smile was compromised. Implant-supported dentures were fabricated so the patient can smile and chew with confidence.
This young patient had congenitally missing lateral incisors. Orthodontics was performed to provide adequate space, and two implant porcelain-over-metal crowns restored the smile.
The patient lost all four lower incisors to gum disease. Two implants and a one-piece all ceramic prosthesis restored his smile and his love of corn on the cob.