With contemporary restorative materials it is possible to restore the tooth structure with fillings that are virtually indistinguishable from the tooth structure.
In following case the broken front tooth is restored with bonded composite filling material that perfectly mimics the tooth color, translucency, and the shape.
This approach is very conservative and there is no need to reduce the tooth structure for porcelain veneer or a crown.
Full Porcelain Crowns
Upper four front teeth were treated and covered with full porcelain crowns. Tooth whitening was done to brighten up the smile.
Lumineers - Laser Gum Surgery
Upper front six teeth were restored with Lumineers without preparation of the teeth. Laser Gum surgery was done to expose more tooth structure.
Upper right first premolar tooth was fractured. Tooth was safely removed and restored with Implant in a day. The after picture is taken two weeks after the procedure during the follow up visit.
Before and after dental cases of single teeth restorations with E4D machine that makes full porcelain CAD/CAM crowns and onlays.
Crowns in a Day with E-Max Porcelain
Lower left two molars had failing restorations. Both are restored with E4D machine: Crowns in a day with E-Max Porcelain.
Restorations with E4D machine
Lower left two molars had failing fillings. Amalgam filling was completely removed from first molar and the tooth restored with E4D crown in a day with E-max Porcelain. Second molar was restored with E4D Inlay with Empress porcelain.
Complications from Braces
At Cyberdent we strongly encourage our patients to maintain an impeccable oral hygiene particularly for the ones wearing braces. Poor maintenance during orthodontic treatment can lead to the damage of the enamel of the teeth. The following case shows the result of enamel degradation after braces. We had to treated these teeth with porcelain veneers to restore the natural shape, shade, and functionality of the teeth. Please watch the video about .