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Case 1: The patient’s teeth were breaking down after several rounds of cancer treatment left her with an extremely dry mouth.
All the teeth were extracted and implant-supported restorations placed to replace both the upper and lower teeth.
We were able to use them to restore her with an esthetic, functional smile.
Case 2: The patient was missing his upper front teeth for many years.
During that time, the lower teeth grew longer and started cutting into the gums where the upper teeth used to be.
The remaining lower teeth had to be extracted and a full-arch implant bridge was made. The dark gray structure is a titanium base that helps provide strength and rigidity to the bridge. In the upper jaw, a single crown and a small implant bridge was made to restore the missing teeth and gums.
Final restorations – smile view.