Dental Implantologist As An Artist
Replacement of failing or missing teeth in the upper front section of mouth, particularly in young adults is one of the most challengingÂ dental implantÂ procedures in dentistry. This area of the mouth is called the â€œesthetic zoneâ€ and any deviation from sound surgical and cosmetic techniques, while operating in this areaÂ may produce an end result which would not be favorable to the patient and the implantologist.
Maintaining the overall gum integrity and architecture is critical in achieving an acceptable result. Equally important is fabrication of finalÂ porcelain teethÂ that have a natural look and blend un-noticeable with other teeth in the mouth
The following case demonstrates replacement of 2 missing upper front teeth withÂ dental implants:
Actual patient of Dr. James Khazian
Dental implantÂ surgery andÂ cosmetic dentistryÂ Â by Dr. James Khazian
Photography by Dr. James Khazian
These teeth had root infection and severe discoloration. The root structures were not repairable and teeth had to be removed. Note the gum recession above the tooth on the right side.
Teeth were removed and 2Â dental implantsÂ were surgically placed. Extreme care had to be taken to, not only preserve the gum architecture, but also Â repair the recession above the tooth on the right side.
Final porcelain teeth are in place and attached to 2Â dental implants. Note the natural look of these 2 teeth. They are indistinguishable from other natural teeth. Note also that the pre-operative gum recession which has been completely repaired. These 2Â porcelain teethÂ had to be custom colored to perfectly blend in with adjacent teeth.
These 2Â implant teethÂ look, function, and feel like natural teeth, and this young female patient can smile with confidence.
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