Worn and Deformed Teeth Improved with Crowns
This patient suffered from enamel hypoplasia, which is a condition where the enamel does not fully form or is partially missing. The patient was noticing how his teeth were starting to wear even more. The patients was concerned about staining and the shape of the teeth. More
The shape and contour of the teeth were designed digitally and a model was made so that the patient could approve before the procedure began. Minimal reduction was needed in order to obtain a natural look. More
Correcting Abnormal Formation
Sometimes due to medications or illness the formation of enamel is interrupted. This can result in mishapen or stained teeth. The condition can be referred to as Enamel Hypoplasia. There is no cure for this condition and the teeth will not heal themseleves. In a advanced case there can be teeth that are lost due to wear and decay. Full coverage crowns were used to protect the remaining tooth structure in this case.
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