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Case Study 3


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This patient presented to my office in 2004 with multiple dental problems that had a direct negative impact on the unity, balance and stability of her teeth. These problems included multiple missing teeth, teeth with recurrent decay, multiple teeth with large discoloured basic dental fillings, multiple teeth with existing dental crowns and bridges that were discoloured with dark, black lines at the gum line and an existing partial denture that was uncomfortable. The patient was concerned with preserving her teeth and improving the appearance of the teeth. The patient was offered a number of treatment options including dental implants but elected to replace and restore her teeth with conventional fixed crowns and bridges.

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Case Study 3

  1. 1. A Positive Dental Treatment Outcome is Based on a Positive Doctor to Patient RelationshipEnergy Square ProsthodonticsRiverside DentalAlbertaENERGYSQUAREDENTAL.CA
  2. 2. Case #3• Before Treatment• Patient’s Chief Complaint – Patient concerned that her teeth were worn and discoloured – Patient has a number of existing dental crowns with black lines around them – Patient wanted to keep her teeth and improve the esthetics.
  3. 3. Before Treatment 2004
  4. 4. Before Treatment 2004
  5. 5. • Treatment involved:• A full mouth rehabilitation with crowns and bridges throughout
  6. 6. After Treatment 2004
  7. 7. After Treatment 2004
  8. 8. After Treatment 2004
  9. 9. • Case #3 Followed now for 7 years• Patient is still very happy with the results and has experienced no problems
  10. 10. Before & After with Frames 2004 2011 Energy Square Prosthodontics 13