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smile gallery

Want to see just a few examples of the great work Dr. Tindal and our team do every day? You can do so below by scrolling through our smile gallery. In it, you’ll find pictures of real patients with the real smiles they got right here at Tindal Prosthodontics. As you’ll see, the extra time and effort we give our patients really pays off in the end! When you’re ready to become our next success story, be sure to give us a call today.

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Case 1.

Porcelain Crowns and Esthetic Crown Lengthening

Porcelain crowns are tooth-shaped caps used to cover damaged or discolored teeth. They are made from porcelain and are designed to match the appearance of natural teeth. While crown lengthening adjusts the gum line to expose more of a tooth's surface, improving the appearance of a smile. It is often done to correct a "gummy smile" or prepare teeth for restorative work like crowns.

Case 2.

Dental Implant Rehabilitation 

Dental implant rehabilitation is a dental procedure that involves the replacement of missing teeth using dental implants. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They serve as a sturdy foundation for attaching dental prosthetics such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. This rehabilitation restores oral function, improves aesthetics, and provides a long-lasting solution for individuals with missing teeth.

Case 3.

Porcelain Fixed Partial Denture Rehabilitation

A fixed porcelain partial denture, or simply a fixed bridge, is a dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth within an arch. It consists of artificial teeth that are attached to porcelain crowns. These crowns are affixed to the natural teeth adjacent to the gap created by the missing teeth.  They provide a stable and aesthetically pleasing solution for replacing missing teeth, restoring both function and appearance.

Case 4.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation from Trauma

Full mouth rehabilitation after trauma is a comprehensive dental treatment approach designed to restore the function and appearance of a patient's entire mouth following significant injuries or accidents. These traumatic events can result in extensive damage to teeth, jaws, and surrounding oral structures. The rehabilitation process typically involves a combination of restorative dental procedures, such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, and periodontal treatments, among others, customized to address the patient's unique needs. The primary goal is to help the patient regain proper oral function, including chewing and speaking, while also enhancing the aesthetics of their smile. This often requires coordination among various dental specialists to ensure a successful outcome and long-term oral health.

Case 5.

Maxillary Implant Bridge

A maxillary implant bridge is a dental prosthesis used to replace missing teeth in the upper jaw (maxilla). It typically consists of artificial teeth (pontics) supported by dental implants surgically placed into the maxillary bone. The implants serve as sturdy anchors for the bridge, which is permanently attached to them. Maxillary implant bridges offer a stable and long-lasting solution for restoring missing teeth in the upper jaw, improving both function and aesthetics. They can be used to replace a few missing teeth or an entire arch of teeth in the upper jaw.

Case 6.

Full Arch Implant Bridges

A full arch implant bridge is a dental restoration that replaces an entire arch (upper or lower) of missing teeth using dental implants as anchors. It typically consists of a fixed bridge or set of artificial teeth that are securely attached to multiple dental implants placed in the jawbone. Full arch implant bridges provide a stable and long-lasting solution for individuals who have lost all or most of their teeth in one dental arch, restoring both function and aesthetics to the smile. They offer improved chewing ability, speech, and overall oral health.

Case 7.

Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is a dental procedure performed to expose more of a tooth's surface by reshaping the gum tissue and sometimes removing a small amount of bone. This procedure is typically done to address aesthetic concerns or to prepare a tooth for restorative work like a dental crown or veneer. Crown lengthening can improve the appearance of teeth, making them appear longer and more proportional to the smile. It can also facilitate better dental work by providing adequate tooth structure to support restorations and maintain healthy gum health. This procedure is commonly performed by periodontists or oral surgeons.

Case 8.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation with porcelain crowns and veneers is a cosmetic dental procedure that revitalizes a smile. Custom-made porcelain crowns strengthen and protect damaged teeth, while veneers enhance the appearance of stained or misaligned teeth. Together, they create a beautiful, natural-looking smile by improving size, shape, and alignment.

Case 9.

Amelogenesis Imperfecta

Amelogenesis Imperfecta (AI) is a genetic disorder affecting tooth enamel development. It leads to weak, discolored, and abnormally shaped teeth, causing dental sensitivity and aesthetic concerns. AI has various subtypes, each with distinct characteristics. Treatment typically involves dental restorations like crowns and veneers to improve tooth appearance and function.

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