This 55 years old patient had broken down, fractured, misaligned teeth. I crowned his front teeth to give him a healthly, younger looking smile.
Here are the before and after photos of 6 porcelain veneers that I placed on this 22 year old young man’s upper front teeth. Brightened up his smile-he was very happy :-)))
This patient wanted a younger youthful smile for his 60th birthday. So I made him 6 beautiful porcelain crowns for his upper front teeth. This cell-phone video shows me placing the crowns. He was very happy :-)))
I took a 3D digital computer scan of his teeth and gums, and we computer designed his smile beautiful new teeth and 3D printed out his 6 teeth crowns.
This nice lady came to me to fix her teeth so she could smile again. I made her porcelain crowns for her 4 upper anterior teeth. Quick and easy and looks great!!!
I use the state-of-the-art, most advanced, 3Shape Trios digital scanner. This eliminates the need for unpleasant traditional gooey impressions—no more messy goop in your mouth! With our computerized digital 3D scanner, we can digitally capture a detailed, 3D model of your teeth and gums. Not only is our digital scan far more comfortable than the old putty-based impressions, but it’s faster and provides images that are more precise. We definitely make a great first impression.
With this computerized model of your mouth we can computer design your teeth restorations and orthodontic aligners and 3D print them out. Totally awesome!!!
This nice lady had worn her teeth down from clenching and grinding. I took a 3D digital impression of her teeth, computer designed, printed and placed 4 upper anterior crowns.
This patient presented with a broken 25 year old bridge replacing a missing front tooth. I re-prepped the teeth, digitally scanned the impression, computer designed a new bridge, 3D printed it out and cemented it in. Totally awesome!!!
This patient wasn’t happy with her upper 2 front teeth, and asked me to make her smile pretty. I made her beautiful zirconia crowns for her upper central incisors. Here’s the case photos: