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This lady had some failing veneers on her upper teeth and was very self conscious about her smile. I removed all of the old restorations and placed a combination of crowns and veneers on her top teeth. We whitened all of her teeth and I replaced the silver fillings in her lower jaw.

Photographs courtesy of Dr David Watson.

This lady had a very poor fitting denture in her upper jaw that did not fit well. She had multiple abscesses and was in a fairly poor state of oral health. I extracted her failing teeth and placed several implants in her upper and lower jaw. I then restored the implants with porcelain bridges supported on the implants.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

this older lady had failing veneers in her upper jaw that I replaced with a combination of crowns and veneers.

Photographs courtesy of Dr David Watson.

This lady had failing old crowns in her upper jaw that I replaced with a combination of crowns and veneers, tooth whitening and replacing old composites.

Photographs courtesy of Dr David Watson.

Failing old veneers replaced with a combination of whitening crowns and veneers.

Photographs courtesy of Dr David Watson.

Implant retained Bridge.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

Implant.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

Missing teeth that were replaced with an implant retained crown.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

Missing teeth that were replaced with an implant retained crown.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

Missing teeth that were replaced with an implant retained crown.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

The treatment was a normal dental bridge completed by a dentist to replace a gap in the mouth.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

A dental crown.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

A dental crown fitted for a more aesthetically pleasing look.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Guy Bailey.

This patient had a fractured veneer, he wanted to have the veneer replaced in one visit and liked the option of simply removing the old one and placing another in the same session. There was no need for a temporary phase or waiting for lab work.

Steps taken: local anaesthetic, colour shade match, remove old veneer, no further preparation to tooth, build up layers of white filling material to replace surface of tooth, polish and check bite is comfortable.

Photos courtesy of Dr Naomi Alesbury

The treatment was “micro abrasion” with some tooth whitening

Photos courtesy of Dr David Watson.

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