Mr G lost his central incisor tooth having suffered a root fracture and repeated infections. As a result he had lost significant volume of bone in the jaw and so prior to replacing his tooth with a dental implant, the lost bone in the area was first replaced with a bone graft taken from the chin. This then allowed us to place the implant and related crown in an aesthetically correct position. This is ever so important to get right when dealing with the front of the mouth, particularly if the patient shows their teeth and gum-line when they smile.
Miss P presented with a very discoloured and previously restored lateral incisor tooth. Not only was this tooth unsightly, but it also had recently been subject to trauma and required removal due to an infected and fractured root. The tooth was replaced with a dental implant and lost bone and soft tissue was replaced with bone grafting bio-materials.
Mrs C was dissatisfied with her missing teeth as well as her failing crowns and fillings. Her smile was eventually restored with the use of 3 dental implants, replacement aesthetic all ceramic crowns, bonded white fillings and tooth whitening.
Mrs P had lost her front two teeth through repeated infections. The two teeth were successfully and aesthetically replaced with dental implants and further cosmetic work was performed to improve the look of existing crowns and fillings.
Mr S had a failing dentition for which he was seeking a permanent fixed solution. We removed the remaining teeth and were able to provide fixed implant retained teeth in a day using the All on 4 technique.