And here is the pretty smile on this young lady after closing the gap on the right side (the patient’s left side). She was VERY excited with the results, and we were too!
Here’s a better view of the situation. The orthodontist moved the teeth to the right spot, but there still appears to be too much space between these two. It is not actually a tooth-position problem, but in fact is a tooth SHAPE discrepancy. With a bit of bonding we can add to both these teeth and dramatically close the spacing.
After whitening we placed crowns on some front teeth DRAMATICALLY improving their appearance! But….can you tell which teeth have the crowns and which are natural??? Look closely…..
The NC Dental Society is sponsoring a free dental clinic this summer here in Charlotte. This is a fantastic effort by organized dentistry to help those truly in need. Watch the video and you’ll want to help too!
As I have been recently ordering my dental supplies through Synergy the biggest advantage has been the price savings. I’m averaging close to 20% savings on the same exact products. Let me say that again…..20% on the same stuff!! It comes in about the same amount of time, in a different shipping box. That’s the only difference. Read more about Synergy Dental.
I’ve been working on a video for the website. Stay tuned for more details!
And here’s a final look at our before:
And after whitening and 2 veneers:
And the veneers for these teeth came out great! The patient was SOOOO excited!!
This was the day we put them in, so the tissue has not had time to fill in between the two central incisors. But in a few more weeks the tissue will have completely healed and you won’t be able to tell that ANYTHING has been done!
This sweet lady had been seeing another dentist for many years, but continues to have problems with her front teeth. The bonding she has on these teeth continues to periodically fracture and has started to look bad. She wanted to know her alternatives, as she is tired of continually having these teeth broken and repaired. Look at how they meet the bottom teeth. What would you see as your possible options?
Sometimes people are not ready to restore their front teeth. There might be a need, whether from fractures, wear, large fillings….any number of reasons. But maybe they just are not psychologically or financially in a position to really ‘fix’ their teeth. Here’s a quick example: This tooth fractured, but the gentleman does not want to crown his front teeth just yet. So….what to do??