This fractured central incisor (front tooth) had been repaired several times with composite resin but kept breaking. It was finally decided to place a ceramic crown over the tooth. A good shade match was achieved and this crown will last much longer than a composite resin buildup. Furthermore, the ceramic will not discolor or dull over time.
This patient was unhappy with the appearance of their two upper central incisors. These teeth had some old composite veneers and fillings which were poorly contoured and discoloured. Furthermore, they looked dissimilar from each other. After home-bleaching to whiten the teeth, new ceramic veneers were placed on the teeth to achieve a result our patient was happy with.
This damaged canine was successfully restored with a single ceramic veneer.
The natural smile was carefully studied first in order to recreate the natural shade and contour of the natural tooth so that the veneer blends into the rest of the smile.
The two central incisors had old resin fillings that were discoloured and poorly shaped.
These were replaced with ceramic veneers made to match the natural teeth with the right shading and contours to give a natural-looking result.