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Our staff strives to provide  patients with the highest level of dentistry. We are here to help our patients achieve the most natural looking smile with superior esthetics, function and comfort. Although many of the patients referred to our practice require complex restorations, we are available to address all of your restorative dentistry needs, from simple to complex. Below are several before and after photos of our cases presenting the personalized care we can provide for you.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are able to completely transform a person's smile. . Veneers are especially effective in addressing significant dental esthetic problems, such as staining, gaps between teeth,
misaligned teeth, and worn teeth.

Before
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After
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Single Tooth Implants and Restorations

                                                  When a tooth is missing, dental implants are often the treatment of choice to replace the tooth.  By choosing a prosthodontist, we are able to replace these lost teeth with implants and crowns that provide the most natural appearing tooth that will feel as if it was never missing.

Before
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After
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Comprehensive Full Mouth Rehabilitations

                      Extensive dental decay, periodontal disease, and/or congenital disorders can often lead to smiles that require comprehensive restorations. This requires the highest level of expertise in order to achieve a new smile that not only is beautiful, but also provides the necessary form and function that teeth were meant to have.

Before
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After
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All ceramic (Metal-free*) Crowns

 Metal free crowns can offer excellent esthetics . 

Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - After
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - After
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Dental Implant Rehabilitations

                                                     When entire sets of dentition cannot be saved, dental implants are able to provide an ideal solution for the replacement of multiple teeth. Although there are several options for implant supported restorations, we can assist your decision in presenting the options for your specfic requests.

Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - Zirconia Prosthesis
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Case 1 - After
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Case 1 - After
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Case 1 - After
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Monolithic Zirconia Prosthesis

Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - Implants
TreatmentPhotos/isFDP_Implants.jpg

Case 2 - After
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Case 2 - After
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Case 2 - After
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Implant supported bridges

Case 3 - Before
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Case 3 - Before
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Case 3 - Implants
TreatmentPhotos/Ao4_Implants.jpg

Case 3 - After
TreatmentPhotos/Ao4_PostTx1.jpg

Case 3 - After
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Case 3 - After
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Metal-acrylic implant fixed denture

Dentures

        Although dentures are a cost effective option to replace missing teeth, we find that in some instances,removable appliances may be the only option for tooth replacement. This is especially true when placement of dental implants is not possible. High quality dentures are able to easily restore the esthetics and function of the teeth.

Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - After
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - After
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Case 2 - After
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Implant Retained Dentures

                              Patients rarely have any issues with wearing an upper denture. However, due to the anatomy of the lower jaw, many patients find it difficult to comfortably wear a lower denture. Denture adhesives may help keep dentures in place.  Dental implants significantly decrease the issues associated with dentures by increasing their retention. Implants allow the dentures to connect, or snap into special attachments placed onto the implants, thereby allowing patients to be worry-free while wearing their dentures. 

Case 1 - Before
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Case 1 - Before
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Case 2 - Before
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Bar framework

Case 1 - After
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Case 1 - After
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Case 2 - Before
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Case 2 - After
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Case 2 - Before
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Locator abutments

Case 1 - After
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Case 1 - After
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Partial Dentures

        If your remaining teeth are in good condition, these teeth may be excellent candidates to help anchor a removable partial denture. When partial dentures are designed and made correctly, this can be an option for the replacement of multiple missing teeth.

Before
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Mid Treatment
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New upper denture

Mid Treatment
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Replacement of lower bridge

After
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New Denture &Partial

After
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Treatment Complete

After
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Lower partial denture

Dental Rehabilitations following Dentofacial Trauma

                      Injuries to the teeth and jaws can be devastating. As prosthodontic specialists, we will work closely with you  to determine what kind of dental treatment best suits your needs to restore your smile after these unfortunate events.

Before
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Motor Vehicle Accident

Before
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After
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After
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Dental Rehabiliations for Adults with a history of Cleft Lip / Palate

                   There have been many advancements in cleft palate repair that have made it nearly unnoticeable that this condition ever existed. If you have a history of cleft clip/palate, you should seek dental care with a prosthodontist, as we understand your special dental needs. 

Before
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Before
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After
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After
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