We take great pride in the services we perform in our office. We always try to not only meet your expectations, but we also try to exceed them. There are many types of services that we perform in our office, as well as others that we perform in coordination with highly skilled specialists. We have compiled a few examples of the treatments that we have performed. We are proud to say that these are the usual results our patients expect to see.
The photos are not retouched, nor are they taken by a professional photographer. These are just the routine treatment photos that we take and the results that we see every day. They are by no means a comprehensive catalog of the procedures that we perform. They are just a small sample of some of the results you can expect when you seek treatment in our office.
Please feel free to browse through them, and as always, if you have any questions about the photos, or any treatments you don’t see here, give us a call, or send us an email, and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Here is an example of a tooth that had broken off at the gumline. While people often think that every broken tooth must be pulled, in this case, we were able to do a root canal, followed by a cast post and core, and then cement a crown over the broken tooth. This photo of the crown was taken seconds after it was cemented. Root canals, posts, and crowns have been done for a very long time with a very good success rate, so saving teeth is always our first goal whenever possible. We expect this tooth to have ...
One of the ways we can replace a missing tooth is with an implant and a screw in crown. In this case, a single front tooth was missing. An implant was placed, and after healing, we moved on to the restorative phase. The before photos show an implant impression coping in place. These are metal screw components that we screw into the implant to relate the implant location to the lab.
The after shots show the crown in place. As you can see, the shade is a good match. You will also notice the back side of the tooth ...
In the past, losing several teeth would leave you with few options other than a removable partial denture. We all know someone that had one of these things where they could pop out some of their teeth. The partials were often ugly as they had metal clasps that could occasionally be seen when smiling. These were popular with hockey players because they knew they could take them out before playing, knowing they may lose more teeth at any time while playing.