Crowns

Background

Mr T came to us for help before his daughter’s wedding. He had a gap in his front teeth, which he wished to make smaller while retaining this part of his character.

Treatment

Time was of the essence here. An impression of Mr T’s teeth was taken, and this was immediately sent to the dental technician for making his new teeth in wax. Mr T was rescheduled to see the wax models in a matter of days, which then gave him the opportunity to visualise the look of his new teeth. Meanwhile, after a clinical examination, and the taking of X-rays and photographs, his proposed treatment plan was discussed. At his next appointment, Mr T’s teeth were shaped, and a set of temporary veneers and crowns were made up. These were worn as temporaries for 6 weeks, in order to see if he liked their shape and form, and also to check if he was happy with the setting. Finally, a new impression was taken and sent to our dental technician for making the final crowns and veneers.

Mr T was impressed with the speed and efficiency of our service. He was very happy with the end result. He did not outshine his daughter on her wedding day, but his smile said it all.

 

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