This patient was treated with six “No Prep” or Micro Veneers where no drilling is needed before the veneers are placed. This a fantastic option for people with small teeth, spaces, or who do not want to remove any valuable tooth structure. All porcelain crowns and veneers are used to eliminate the risk of metal showing through to make an unaesthetic “black line”.

This patient had been missing this tooth from birth, and needed to wait until he finished growing before he could have an implant placed. After the implant was carefully placed, a crown was bonded on top to match the same tooth on the other side. A small amount of bonding was done on the tooth next to the implant where he had chipped off some enamel.

This patient came to us after cracking his tooth from trauma. The extent of the fracture required an all porcelain veneer for strength. He wanted his teeth to look exactly the same as they did before the accident, so the tooth was restored to its original position and shape. Some whitening and Calcium remineralization was done to reduce the appearance of the white spot, as well. An all porcelain veneer was used to blend into the natural smile and to eliminate the risk of developing a “black line” often seen with metal-porcelain crowns.

This patient had had bonding on his lateral incisors for years that had broken down on him several times. As his bite and position of his teeth changed, the bonding failed more frequently and was beginning to darken the appearance of his teeth. Finally, he decided it was time to go forward with a more permanent solution and have veneers placed! What a difference! You would never know those were not his own teeth! And now he doesn’t have to worry about bonding chipping or breaking at an inopportune time. Another successful Ericson Dental smile makeover!

This patient has had crowding problems with her front teeth for many years that has progressively increased over time. As you can see from her before photos, her smile has collapsed over time and the stress on her front teeth has led to chipping and fractures in her front teeth. The position of the teeth also caused gum inflammation and for food to get caught in between the teeth. After deciding that orthodontics were not for her, we realized that we had enough room to do “prep-less” veneers that allows us to bond porcelain to the teeth while removing a minimal amount of tooth structure. She now has the straight, beautiful smile she had years ago and you would never know these were porcelain!

This patient has had crowding problems with her front teeth for many years that has progressively increased over time. As you can see from her before photos, her smile has collapsed over time and the stress on her front teeth has led to chipping and fractures in her front teeth. The position of the teeth also caused gum inflammation and for food to get caught in between the teeth. After deciding that orthodontics were not for her, we realized that we had enough room to do “prep-less” veneers that allows us to bond porcelain to the teeth while removing a minimal amount of tooth structure. She now has the straight, beautiful smile she had years ago and you would never know these were porcelain!

This patient had had bonding on his lateral incisors for years that had broken down on him several times. As his bite and position of his teeth changed, the bonding failed more frequently and was beginning to darken the appearance of his teeth. Finally, he decided it was time to go forward with a more permanent solution and have veneers placed! What a difference! You would never know those were not his own teeth! And now he doesn’t have to worry about bonding chipping or breaking at an inopportune time. Another successful Ericson Dental smile makeover!

a close up front view of a patient's teeth with bad oral health conditions
a close up view of a patient's teeth after receiving orthodontic treatment

This patient visited us for the first time feeling self-conscious about his tooth after his nephew had told him it looked “dirty.” After years of failed bonding, the patient decided to go with a more permanent solution and had a porcelain veneer placed. After our master ceramist came to our office to customize the shading of the porcelain with the patient’s participation, the patient could not believe how well the veneer blended with his other teeth. As we said from the beginning, it will be our little secret anything ever happened to the tooth because it looks so natural!

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