Chief Concern: Dental trauma on the anterior teeth, missing teeth, old amalgam fillings.
Stage 1 - Restoration on upper and lower teeth
Stage 2 - Crown preparation
Stage 3 - Implant placement
Stage 4 - Measurement
Stage 5 - Crown insertion and bite alignment
Implant placement to cover the gap
Crowns on the chipped teeth
Results | Functional teeth and extra support for the upper lip
Full upper arch rehabilitation involving fillings, crowns and implants
We have had numbers of patients that came to our practice due to a dental trauma caused by various incidents such as sports injury, falling, work accident, etc. Just like any accident, people’s life could change in matter of a split second whether it is a severe or non-threatening condition. Full mouth examination has to be done including a TMJ (Temporo-mandibular Joint) assessment to check if there is any inflammation on the jaw joints. Sometimes a patient is sent to do a CT-scan for further investigation. After all the assessment, a treatment plan is discussed to reconstruct what has been damaged.
Ben had been such a delightful patient since he first came into the practice. Giving him back the full smile that he deserves was our mission. After a comprehensive assessment was taken on the initial appointment, we decided to do all the dental treatment while he was visiting Australia. We were glad to have him here and to send him back home in Britain with a brighten smile.
Chief Concern: Teeth worn down and chipped from grinding, damaged by acid erosion, sensitive.
Stage 1 - Restoration on lower teeth
Stage 2 - Restoration on upper teeth
Stage 3 - Crown Preparation and insertion
Stage 4 - Bite alignment
Stage 5 - Preventative - Occlusal splint
Acid erosion is irreversible loss of tooth structure due to chemical dissolution by acids. It initially attacks the enamel, causing it to become thin. Making it’s way to the dentin and causing yellowish discolouration into gradually developing hypersensitivity. There are extrinsic and intrinsic factors that could cause this condition and it could be prevented on early diagnosis.
Tony was a love bird when he first came to our practice. He was about to get married. Everything has to be in line with his and our planning but we did not allow a compromise when it comes to a life changing moments. It turned out a happy ending. We were so pleased to be trusted as his partner in dental health and to send Tony to the next chapter of his life with a new smile.