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COSMETIC TREATMENTS

Cosmetic Cases

Cosmetic Case 1

This patient was extremely self conscious and embarrassed about his smile which led to him actively avoiding social occasions. There was obvious decay as well as fractures of his front teeth together with an ill-fitting temporary crown.

The patient and I agreed on a treatment plan to restore his smile in a completely natural way.

The first step was to remove the decay and then I placed bespoke porcelain crowns on the four front teeth. The remaining teeth were whitened to remove all the staining that had built up over the years.

The result was a smile that the patient and I are both proud of.

Cosmetic Case 2

This patient was unhappy with her smile because she felt that her front teeth were worn and irregular.

The teeth were shorter than they should have been and this led to an aged appearance.

The patient also felt that her back teeth were not visible when she smiled making her smile look too narrow.

We agreed to use porcelain veneers to correct the length, width and overall shape of the teeth. We also added veneers on some of the back teeth to bring them into view and create a wider, more even smile.

Cosmetic Case 3

This young patient had lost his front tooth due to a football injury some years previously. His remaining front tooth had several hairline cracks and the patient did not wish to interfere with this tooth in any way.

My job was to restore his missing tooth in such a way as to make it indistinguishable from his remaining cracked front tooth.

I placed an implant and then set about sculpting the gum into a mirror image of that on the other side. Once the gum shape was correct my Ceramist, Ian Smith created a porcelain crown which exactly replicated all the colours, translucencies, hairline cracks and stains of the other tooth so that it was indeed a perfect copy.

This case was published in “Dentistry Scotland” magazine.

Cosmetic Case 4

This patient had a very unstable crown on his upper left front tooth which was continually falling out and the cement he had been using to put it back in was building up and causing inflammation of the gum around the tooth.

The other front teeth were also heavily filled and the patient wished for his smile to be restored to the way he remembered it.

I used 6 new porcelain veneers and crowns to rebuild the front teeth and bring the gums back to health again.

Cosmetic Case 5

This patient was concerned at the crowding of her upper and lower teeth in addition to the relatively wide front teeth. The gums were also quite inflamed and in need of attention.

My solution was to first of all improve the gum condition and then use discreet “invisible” braces to straighten the upper and lower teeth. At the same time as this was being done, I recontoured the two front teeth to make them look narrower and in better proportion to  the rest of the teeth.

After the alignment was complete I whitened the upper and lower teeth and then placed “no-prep” porcelain veneers on the small tooth on either side of the front ones. Only two veneers were needed and the effect was exactly what the patient had been looking for.

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Cosmetic Case 2

This patient was unhappy with her smile because she felt that her front teeth were worn and irregular.

The teeth were shorter than they should have been and this led to an aged appearance.

The patient also felt that her back teeth were not visible when she smiled making her smile look too narrow.

We agreed to use porcelain veneers to correct the length, width and overall shape of the teeth. We also added veneers on some of the back teeth to bring them into view and create a wider, more even smile.

Cosmetic Case 3

This young patient had lost his front tooth due to a football injury some years previously. His remaining front tooth had several hairline cracks and the patient did not wish to interfere with this tooth in any way.

My job was to restore his missing tooth in such a way as to make it indistinguishable from his remaining cracked front tooth.

I placed an implant and then set about sculpting the gum into a mirror image of that on the other side. Once the gum shape was correct my Ceramist, Ian Smith created a porcelain crown which exactly replicated all the colours, translucencies, hairline cracks and stains of the other tooth so that it was indeed a perfect copy.

This case was published in “Dentistry Scotland” magazine.

Cosmetic Case 4

This patient had a very unstable crown on his upper left front tooth which was continually falling out and the cement he had been using to put it back in was building up and causing inflammation of the gum around the tooth.

The other front teeth were also heavily filled and the patient wished for his smile to be restored to the way he remembered it.

I used 6 new porcelain veneers and crowns to rebuild the front teeth and bring the gums back to health again.

Cosmetic Case 5

This patient was concerned at the crowding of her upper and lower teeth in addition to the relatively wide front teeth. The gums were also quite inflamed and in need of attention.

My solution was to first of all improve the gum condition and then use discreet “invisible” braces to straighten the upper and lower teeth. At the same time as this was being done, I recontoured the two front teeth to make them look narrower and in better proportion to  the rest of the teeth.

After the alignment was complete I whitened the upper and lower teeth and then placed “no-prep” porcelain veneers on the small tooth on either side of the front ones. Only two veneers were needed and the effect was exactly what the patient had been looking for.