Implant Supported Bridges Patient

Patient # 43649

Details for Patient # 43649

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Patient was missing #6-10. Bone and tissue graft was placed and 3 implants and finally restored with a single crown and two cantilever bridges.

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Patient # 19970

Details for Patient # 19970

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This patient had a missing #10 tooth and chipped teeth on 8, 9 and caries #9 distal. The edges of the teeth were bonded with composite resin and a pontic (fake tooth) was also built up with composite resin, including matching the decalcification present on her adjacent teeth.

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Patient # 74449

Details for Patient # 74449

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Patient was dissatisfied with the appearance of her old porcelain bridge. She felt that is was too bulky. We fabricated a new bridge with nicer proportions, color and contours and the patient was ecstatic.

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Patient # 10030

Details for Patient # 10030

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Before: 3 Unit bridge with chipped porcelain molar (supporting metal showing on molar tooth), poor enamel color match to patient's natural teeth, and poor fit around the patient's gumline. After: Replaced Bridge with an All Porcelain Bridge. The new bridge now also matches the patient's natural tooth color and was designed to properly fit around the gumline. Proper fit aids in decreasing decay and the ease of the patient's ability to clean around a bridge.

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Patient # 59551

Details for Patient # 59551

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This patient didn't like the appearance of the front crown with the dark line at the gumline (which was actually the front tooth of a bridge). She also didn't like the gap between her front teeth and thought that the one tooth in the front looked too small. Dr. von Tersch did 4 porcelain veneers and a 3 tooth porcelain bridge. This case was done about ten years ago and the patient still looks gorgeous!

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