Case Gallery

To view our gallery of cases, click on any of the headings below to expand. Please be aware that some of these images show blood and rotten teeth.

All on 4

All on 4

Immediate Load

Immediate Load All on 4

This is necessary if your dentist has already tried to get rid of an infection by removing the nerve of your tooth and placing a root filling. When this does not work, the infection needs to be removed surgically in a procedure called an apicectomy. This involves cleaning out the infection from the bone, removing a small portion of the tip of the root of the tooth and then sealing the root with a small filling.

It is necessary to make a small cut in the gum over the root of the tooth and then lift the gum off the bone. The area of infection is uncovered by removing a small amount of bone with a drill. Any infected tissue is thoroughly cleaned away from the tip of the root before 2-3mm of the root tip are removed. The root is sealed with a small filling. The gum is then stitched back into place with dissolvable stitches that take around two weeks to disappear. The whole procedure will take around 30 minutes from start to finish.

Stages

Bleaching Case 1

 before and after photos Bleaching Teeth

Bleaching Case 2

before and after photos bleaching teeth dorset

Full Arch Bridge

In cases where all your teeth are missing, we can replace the teeth using implants. Not every tooth replaced requires an individual implant; the minimum number of implants required for a full arch of teeth is four. Ideally the number placed would either be six or eight. The full arch can either be a single bridge replacing all the teeth or multiple smaller bridges. These can either be screwed or cemented into place in a similar fashion to smaller bridges. The materials used can either be acrylic or porcelain. A metal sub-structure is required in all cases.

Conventional Bridge

Conventional-bridge

Full Mouth Fixed Bridge

Full-mouth-fixed-bridge-Before-And-After

Adhesive Bridge

Adhesive-bridge before and after photos

Whitening, Composite Additions And Adhesive Bridge

Whitening, composite additions and adhesive bridge

Large Bridge

large bridge before and after photos

Resin Retained

bridge resin retained

Crowns And Veneers

Before and after crowns and veneers

Crowns

Before and after crowns

Valplast

Valplast

Metal Dentures

Metal Dentures

Sometimes the teeth have been restored so many times that the way the teeth bite together changes, this causes worn looking teeth and often results in bits chipping off. In cases like this we have to restore all the teeth to restore the bite and the final appearance.

Case 1

Full Mouth Restoration

Case 2

full Restoration case 2

Case 3

full Restoration case 3

Single Implant Winner Aesthetic Dental Awards 2019

Single dental Implant before and after case 1

Single Implant Winner Aesthetic Dental Awards 2017

Single dental Implant before and after case 2

Single Implant Case 1

Single Implant Case 1

Front Implant Bridge

Front Implant Bridge

Back Teeth Implant Bridge

back teeth implant bridge

Implant Supported Bridges Case 1

This patient was referred to us with regards to their failing dentition. The treatment plan decided upon was for a full clearance and upper and lower implant supported bridges. In both arches, the bridges are supported by four implants, but underwent different treatment protocols. In the lower arch, four implants were placed and immediately loaded by converting his immediate denture into a temporary bridge. In the upper arch, four implants were placed and submerged for integration and a delayed loading. The implants were uncovered after three months and a porcelain bridge constructed using a CADCAM substructure. Once the upper arch was completed, the lower temporary denture was replaced by an acrylic-hybrid fixed bridge. The use of acrylic teeth against porcelain is to prevent chipping of the porcelain restoration. The patient now has restored function and aesthetics with a fixed solution.

Implant Supported Bridge And Crown Case 2

Veneers are made of porcelain and are retained onto the tooth surface by hard resin cements. They can be used to change the appearance, in terms of the colour and to a limited degree the shape, of teeth. It is very important that your bite is considered at the same time as veneers are placed, so the new veneers do not crack and shatter.

Veneers Case 1

Veneers case 1 before and after

Veneers Case 2

Veneers case 2 before and after

Veneers Case 3

Veneers Case 3 before and after

White fillings replacing the old silver fillings can often strengthen a tooth, and in the front of the mouth are nearly invisible. All filling materials can now be bonded to the remaining tooth, lessening the possibility of them falling out and also helping to support the remaining tooth. A rubber dam is often used to isolate teeth from the rest of the mouth when placing white fillings.

White Fillings Case 1

White Fillings Case 1 before and after

White Fillings Case 2

White Fillings Case 2 before and after