Genetic interruption of enamel formation.
Full mouth Ceramic Crown restoration.
Undersized teeth with spaces.
Ceramic Veneers restore ideal tooth size and close the spaces. (Orthodontic treatment provided by Dr Stewart White and Dr Brett Grube).
Erosion and tooth wear.
Ceramic Veneers restore lost tooth structure.
Enamel erosion and decay.
“Gummy” smile with worn anterior teeth.
Pre-restorative periodontal surgery to idealize gingival levels followed by Ceramic Veneers to replace lost enamel and restore function and esthetics. (Periodontal Surgery performed by Dr Richard Nagy)
Malalignment of teeth with bone loss and older restorations.
New Ceramic Crown restorations.
Older Composite Veneers and poor tooth proportion.
New Ceramic Veneers.
Missing tooth with too much space and patient wears a partial denture.
Dental Implant Crown and Ceramic Veneers restore proportion.
(Dental Implant Surgery performed by Dr Richard Nagy)
Tooth malalignment and spaces.
Post Orthodontic Ceramic Veneers (Orthodontic treatment provided by Dr Stewart White and Dr Brett Grube).
Failing existing restorations that are aged and worn.
Esthetic Restorative Process: Full ceramic crowns restore function and provide excellent esthetics.
Developmentally small teeth.
Conservative Ceramic veneer restorations.
Worn and discolored teeth giving and aged appearance.
Ceramic veneers restoring a youthful and natural esthetic.
Pre-restorative periodontal surgery to restore gingival symmetry followed by ceramic restorations to replace lost enamel and restore function and esthetics. (Periodontal Surgery performed by Dr Richard Nagy)
An example of excellent conservative ceramic veneers. Natural and healthy. A close-up view of the characterization of the ceramic leading to a very natural esthetic and the ideal adaptation to the tooth allowing perfect tissue health.