Single Tooth Implant
This picture shows a missing front tooth which has been lost in a accident. The surrounding gums and teeth are in healthy condition.
The missing tooth has been replaced with a dental implant and crown. The surrounding teeth have not been involved in the treatment, resulting in a beautiful smile, with maximum conservation of the adjacent teeth.
This young girl has congenitally missing front teeth. The surrounding gums and teeth are in healthy condition.
The two missing teeth have been replaced with implants and crowns, without damaging the natural teeth. The porcelain color of the crowns matches the natural teeth providing a beautiful result.
Single Esthetic Implant
This young individual was in an accident which resulted in the loss of his front tooth. A single tooth implant is the best choose to replace this missing tooth. A bridge is not the best choice. The teeth on either side of the space do not have any fillings in them. Shaving these theeth down for the placement of a bridge would permanently damage them, and these teeth may require other treatment.
This x-ray shows the implant positioned in the jaw bone. A post will be attached to the implant, upon which the final crown will be placed to replace the missing tooth.
The final crown (cap) has been fabricated and cemented onto the post which is attached to the implant. A small bonded restoration was also placed on the other front tooth to provide a balanced esthetic result. This implant supported crown provides a beautiful esthetic replacement for the missing tooth.
Implants in Esthetic Zone
This young lady lost her two front teeth in an accident. The adjacent teeth did not contain any restorations. Implant supported crowns were the treatment of choose to replace the missing teeth. In this picture, the implant have already been placed into the jaw bone an the healing abutments have been placed to allow the tissue to heal.
Records are taken and molds are made of the implants and surrounding teeth. Crowns are then fabricated in a dental laboratory to closely match the shape and color of the original teeth. Crowns on implants can be made with porcelain with a metal substructure, or can be all ceramic restorations.