Before & After Pictures Porcelain Crowns Front Tooth
Before and After pictures of front tooth broken to the gum line is a major testament to a cosmetic dentist’s skill – to match color, shape and form. Chances are that if you like the results, you will be pleased with your own results. To restore one front tooth is the most challenging task for any dentist, usually to make the task more simple, the treating dentists advise to have at least two teeth done! However to save the integrity of the adjacent teeth, Dr Mobasser takes on the task to restore one front tooth as need be, to preserve tooth structure and recommend the least invasive dentistry possible.
Below is before and after pictures porcelain front tooth, a sampling of Dr. Anthony Mobasser’s work as an artistic cosmetic dentist to restore the front tooth to the patient’s satisfaction without use of surgery. To Feel good, Look good and last a long time!
Below: traumatic bite, due to teeth clenching, cracked tooth:
Patient chipped porcelain crown due to heavy bite and not wearing night guard to protect the crown. The result is chipped porcelain and food accumulation between teeth causing periodontal disease. In this case the porcelain was repaired, to mimic the color, shape and prevent food accumulation by tightening the space between two teeth.
Porcelain repair for the front crown:
Front tooth broken fixed with post and porcelain crown:
Porcelain crowns chipped because of clenching and grinding of teeth, patient wants immediate repair of chipped porcelain crown, in this case the repair was accomplished with dental bonding, and the bite (occlusion) was adjusted. Patient very happy and pleased, all sensitivity eliminated, the color was matched perfectly.
This patient broke his front tooth while chewing, and all he wanted was to save his root, avoid surgery and get it over with quickly. Dr Mobasser as an Expert completed the full treatment in 2 days. The patient was amazed, happy with the exact match of shape, color, & best of all functioning with a confident Smile.