Following cases were treated by our doctors at East Cobb Dental Care. We are currently working on documenting more clinical cases with photographs to share on our website. Please visit again to see more updated clinical photographs.
Porcelain veneers can make a dramatic change in your smile while the preparation is much more conservative compared to a traditional crown. Which means you can conserve more of your natural tooth while the front portion (the part you show when you smile) is covered by a thin porcelain restoration.
Following case was treated by placing 6 porcelain veneers on the upper front teeth.
Porcelain crowns are a great way to enhance your smile epecially if you already have large restorations in your teeth. In the following cases, we restored four front teeth with all-porcelain crowns to make a dramatic change in this patient's smile.
The case above was treated with a combination of porcelain crowns, bonding and bleaching. Patient's gum was still irritated at the time of crown delivery (pictures taken at that time) and the lower teeth were still being bleached.
Cosmetic bonding with composite material can be a good alternative to porcelain restorations. Composite bonding is usually performed directly in the chair where as porcelain restorations are processes in the lab.
Following case is an example of dramatic changes we can achieve just by changing two front teeth with direct composite bonding for a cosmetic purpose.
Following case is another example of dramatic results that Dr. Chung achieved with a patient on generalized decay on her front teeth.
Following case was treated with take home whitening and direct composite bonding. The whitening was done prior to the "before" picture.
Following case was performed for a patient with severe tetracycline staining on her teeth. We were able to mask the discoloration with no cutting on teeth. The restorations are slightly bulky since we did not remove any tooth structure and are slightly "dull" looking but that was necessary to achieve adequate masking of underlying colors.
Depending on the size and depth of the fracture, chipped teeth may be restored with composite bonding material. In many cases, small restorations do not even require anesthesia and can be completed in matter of minutes.