Dentures 1 - Before
This patient was missing the bottom molars on both sides of his mouth, as indicated by the white arrows.
Dentures 1 - After
A removable partial denture was made to restore lost chewing surfaces.
Dentures 2 - Before
This patient is missing all of his teeth. A traditional full denture is needed.
Dentures 2 - After
Dentures are made more realistic by making them slightly less than perfect.
Dentures 3 - Before
This patient lost all of her teeth with the exceptions of the front four teeth on the bottom and a portion of a tooth, which has a gold crown on top of the root (bottom right of the photo). It is important to save the root of a tooth because it helps preserve the bone, which is critical.
Dentures 3 - After
The metal holding the partial denture in place is not visible when the patient speaks or smiles.
Dentures 4 - Before
This patient had a developmental defect that caused a malformation of the jaws as well as teeth.
Dentures 4 - After
A removable partial denture was made for both the top and bottom to replace the missing teeth and to restore the aesthetics.
Dentures 5 - Before
This patient had severe gum and bone problems, which required the removal of all of the upper teeth except for the two front teeth.
Dentures 5 - After
A removable partial denture was made that closely matched the remaining front teeth. The result a significant improvement in his appearance.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary in individual cases.