See why Aurora patients love dental implants as a way to permanently replace a missing tooth. These before-and-after photos show how natural a dental implant can look:
Our patient started with failing dentition and un-aesthetic restorations. Oral rehabilitation was completed with porcelain crowns and implant fixed restorations.
Upper missing teeth are completely restored with implant fixed restorations.
This patient had failing upper teeth with severe bone loss and generalized decay. Those teeth were removed and replaced natural looking implant restorations. These layered zirconia bridges are screw retained and do not move during function.
This patient had poorly positioned implants and an asymmetrical smile. This procedure was done with new implant crowns and a porcelain bonded veneer to bring their smile back to a great look.
This implant crown was replaced due to discomfort caused by excess pressure on the patient's tissue by the previous restoration. The detail and shade match of the tooth was also improved.
Natural looking implant restorations were made to replace missing lateral incisors.
This patient's two broken front teeth needed replacing. They were extracted, and two single implant crowns were used to restore their smile back to a brand new look.
Failing dentition was restored with immediately loaded (teeth-in-a-day) provisional, followed by titanium acrylic all-on-four fixed hybrid denture.
This patient grinds their teeth and began with a poor fitting upper denture and underbite. Both were corrected by upper and lower fixed implant zirconia hybrid bridges. Zirconia is a stronger material and is more resistant to wear and breakage.
This was a hybrid case that was re-done by Dr. Chen due to ill-fitting frameworks causing constant acrylic fracture, poor esthetics, and her bite being off. The frameworks were redesigned to ensure proper support of acrylic material. The esthetics and function were fine-tuned until the patient was happy before the case was completed.