Smile Gallery

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          Lower molar that is heavily filled with an old silver (amalgam)                     Tooth restored with an all ceramic crown providing strength and 
                                                     filling.                                                                                                                     durability.


                                   A missing upper first molar.                                                                     Tooth replaced with a conservative inlay bridge.


                                    Short uneven front teeth.                                                                Smile improved with aesthetic porcelain veneers.


                   Dark, uneven and disproportioned teeth with spacing.                                         Naturally restored with six porcelain veneers.


                 Chipped and worn teeth with discoloration from smoking.                                    Beautifully restored with eight porcelain veneers.


                   20 year old denture with worn and broken teeth.                                        Natural, youthful appearance regained with a new denture.


                           Missing upper tooth within the smile zone.                                                     All porcelain bridge providing strength and beauty.


                         Heavily silver-filled teeth in the smile zone.                                               Teeth restored to natural beauty and strength with 3 all                                                                                                                                                                                     porcelain crowns.

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