is missing a single tooth.
implant is done. After it heals, porcelain crown / all ceramic crown
/ integrated abutment crown is placed depending upon the requirement
and then the implant is restored.
natural tooth and fits exactly with the existing tooth. No vacant
space is seen.
has upper central incisor mobility with pain due to fracture.
is cured using dental implants, porcelain veneers and crowns.
cured and the patient does not have any pain.
has broken baby tooth, decayed tooth and gum disease.
disease is cured, decayed tooth is removed and the dental implant
has perfect tooth now.
has a tooth that is irregular in position due to fracture of both
treatment done and aesthetics is corrected. The masticatory function
is thus improved and functional aspect of treatment is also carried
out and corrected. After this treatment is over, dental implant is
placed and after healing time is over, porcelain crowns are added.
position rectified and the patient has got back his natural facial
has upper and lower arch rehabilitation in the teeth.
supported by dental implants is placed in the upper part of the mouth
and implants are placed on the lower part with crowns on top of it.
can chew food. Upper arch rehabilitation supports facial tissue.
is missing multiple teeth in lateral incisor.
number of dental implants placed, restored and integrated abutment
crown placement is done.
teeth are replaced.
has loose denture and sticky adhesives leading to frustration as it
is uncomfortable while eating and speaking.
of dentures is done by placing the implants. Palate need not be covered.
is now comfortable while eating and speaking as it is perfectly fixed.
had a root canal treated tooth with a bridge attached but failed.
dental implants are done followed by two different integrated abutment
cured and patient is comfortable.
bridges associated with many root canal treated teeth failed.
implantations are done to replace the upper teeth and individual integrated
abutment crowns are placed.
upper teeth are replaced.
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