Fillings- We always use white, state-of-the-art esthetic fillings in restoring
front teeth. In nearly all cases nowdays they are used for fillings of the back teeth as
Bridges are a series of crowns, usually three or more, made in one piece and cemented as one unit, but in some cases can be a single bonded tooth.
Veneers are made of a very thin porcelain that is then bonded to the front surface of the existing teeth. Very little of the original tooth structure is removed prior to bonding the veneers in place. Usually 6 to 8 veneers will be done at one time to ensure a good match of shape, size and color. In some cases where all the front teeth do not need restoring, veneers can also be made using a special white filling material to cover the front surface of the tooth.
Pre-operative replacement of old crowns is needed
Post-operative crowns have been replaced
Crowns needed on lower front teeth
Porcelain crowns placed
Bonded bridge placed replace missing tooth without grinding down the adjacent teeth
Large white spot on front tooth
Tooth with bonded filling placed over white spot
Pre-operative - white filling deteriorated and needs replacement
Post-operative - white filling has been replaced
Pre-operative Photo of Veneer Case
Post-operative Photo after Porcelain Veneers Placed
Stephen C. Alsobrook, D.D.S.