This patient did not like the appearance of his smaller upper left tooth and upper left retained baby canine. Unlike most patients, this adult still had his primary canine firmly attached. Both teeth were restored with porcelain veneers for aesthetic purposes.
This patient lost most her lower back molars and had severe tooth wear on her front teeth, which gave her facial appearance a sunken look. New porcelain crowns and veneers were placed on her upper and lower front teeth at an increased vertical dimension to rejuvenate the mouth and face. The new look was supported by crowns on upper back teeth and a new lower denture, as there was not adequate jaw bone for dental implants.
A woman in her early twenties came to us unhappy about her chalky enamel on her front teeth. This was fixed by using a combination of ceramic veneers for the upper teeth and composite resin veneers for the lower teeth.