RESTORATIONS BY DRS. DAVID & PETER PELLEGRINI
Implant-Supported Crowns: This patient was congenitally missing the upper lateral incisors. Implants were used to restore a natural smile.
Crowns and Porcelain Veneers: A combination of crowns and porcelain veneers can be used to dramatically enhance a smile while preserving the maximum amount of structurally sound tooth.
A porcelain veneer on a single central incisor can be one of the most tricky cases!
This case was restored using a porcelain veneer on the developmentally small upper right lateral incisor and an implant crown for the congenitally missing left lateral incisor. Shade matching is critical.
WHICH TOOTH IS THE IMPLANT?
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Full Reconstruction: The following case required a multi-displinary approach.
Porcelain Laminate Veneers
CROWNS AND AN IMPLANT
POSTERIOR COMPOSITES (WHITE FILLINGS)
THE IMPLANT TOOTH IS THE UPPER LEFT LATERAL INCISOR