Before & After

Tooth Whitening Example 2

 Tooth Whitening Example 2

Before and After photos above.


Tooth Whitening Example 1

 Tooth Whitening Example 1

This procedure requires 2 visits to your dentist. At the first appointment, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums and discuss how much whiter bleaching can make your teeth. Before you begin at-home bleaching your teeth must be clean. Any gum problems need to be treated. Any cavities must be filled, and old or leaky fillings may need to be replaced. Next, molds of your teeth will be made to make custom-fitting, flexible trays for use at home. At the second appointment, you’ll be given your trays and the bleaching gel with instructions. We use the Opalescence tooth whitening system. Whiten at home 30 minutes a day for 2 weeks.


Tooth Bonding Example 3

 Tooth Bonding Example 3

Before: This patient has a large space between her central incisors (two front teeth) and small spaces elsewhere between other upper anterior teeth.

After: First, she whitened her teeth using the Opalescence Whitening System. Then, in 1 appointment we closed the spaces by bonding composite on two of her upper anterior teeth.


Tooth Bonding Example 2

 Tooth Bonding Example 2

Before: This patient has spaces between all of her anterior teeth that cannot be fixed with orthodontics.

After: In 1 appointment, we closed the spaces and evened the length by bonding composite on all four of her anterior teeth.


Tooth Bonding Example 1

 Tooth Bonding Example 1

Before: This patient had an accident and broke off part of her front tooth.

After: In one appointment, composite bonding was done to replace the fractured tooth.


Porcelain Veneers Example 2

 Porcelain Veneers Example 2

Before: This patient wanted the spaces in his front teeth closed. We treatment planned 4 porcelain veneers would be best to close the spaces and give the teeth a nice shape and contour.

After: These teeth were whitened before fabrication of the veneers to have the best result. 4 porcelain veneers were bonded on his front teeth. Notice the nice color and life-like look of the veneers.


Porcelain Veneers Example 1

 Porcelain Veneers Example 1

Porcelain Veneers Before - Cedar Rapids - Family SmileCare Center | Porcelain Veneers After

Before: This patient was missing 2 permanent teeth in the front and bonding was placed on her canines to make her teeth look more symmetrical. Over time, the bonding had discolored. It was decided that 4 porcelain veneers would be placed to improve the color and contour of her teeth. This photo was taken after she had used the Opalescence at-home tooth whitening system.

After: 4 porcelain veneers were bonded on her front teeth to create a more harmonious smile.


Porcelain Crowns

 Porcelain Crowns

Before: This patient had old composite bonding on his front tooth that had fractured. He was missing enough tooth structure that we decided to place a porcelain crown to protect the tooth from future breakage.

After: A porcelain crown was placed on his front tooth. In this case, we sent the patient to the dental lab to do custom colorization of the crown. Notice the nice color match to the adjacent front tooth.


Periodontal Disease: Scaling and Root Planing

 Periodontal Disease: Scaling and Root Planing

Before: This patient had not been in to see the dentist for quite some time and had a heavy build-up of tartar and plaque on her teeth. She was diagnosed with periodontal disease and needed scaling and root planing or a “deep cleaning” to treat the disease. In this photo, we have completed the scaling and root planing on the lower right quadrant. Notice how healthy the gum tissue looks.

After: This photo was taken after the scaling and root planing has been completed on the lower arch. The patient said her gums felt much healthier and she had very minimal bleeding when brushing and flossing the bottom teeth compared to the top teeth.


Maryland Bridge

 Maryland Bridge

Before: This patient was missing a front tooth. There were no restorations on the teeth next to the space and the patient wanted an appliance that did not come out. A Maryland bridge is a conservative bridge that uses metal or ceramic “wings” that are cemented on to the back of the adjacent teeth.

After: The Maryland Bridge is cemented in place. By using a ceramic material, we do not have any metal show-through on the adjacent teeth.


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