This patient came in with a small chip on their front tooth. Utilizing dental bonding, with composite and white filling material, Dr. Keledjian was able to restore the chip. Composite materials match almost perfectly with the shade of the natural tooth.
“Tooth colored” restorations in front teeth have a much improved success over the past two decades due to improved adhesion qualities, durability, and less invasive tooth preparations. Dr. Keledjian was able to use tooth colored restorations to whiten up this patient's damaged front tooth.
Dr. Keledjian was able to place six dental veneers to help enhance the contour, shade, and symmetry of this patient's teeth. Note the realism and healthy “pink” gums. Veneers are a great option for patients who need to reshape, whiten, or fix imperfect color.
Using porcelain laminates, or veneers, Dr. Jason Keledjian was able to help correct the shade, space, and tooth contour issues they were facing. Veneers give patients the ability to dramatically improve the appearance of their smile and correct several imperfections at once.
This patient came in with spacing and discoloration. Dr. Jason Keledjian was able to use a mix of porcelain crowns and veneers to help improve the spacing, shade, contour, and symmetry issues.
This patient had discoloration that we couldn't address with teeth whitening. Instead, we were able to use direct bonding and indirect porcelain to help improve and correct their smile.