It has been a while since I have updated the blog and apologies for that. Everyone at StoneRock has been phenomenally busy for the past few months with training courses in Geneva, lecturing here in the UK, doubling our professional team and expanding into our fourth surgery. We now have specialist in restorative care (crowns, bridges, implants), periodontal care (gum surgery), oral surgery (difficult tooth extractions) and a qualified implantologist. You can find out more about every member of our team by clicking on this link.
Anyway, enough excuses, on with the slide show! The photos below are examples of smile enhancements done using direct “add on” procedures known as “bio-aesthetic” work or with indirect ceramic work. Bio-aesthetics uses the natural layering technique to build teeth up using direct white filling materials. The main advantage of this work is that involves little or no drilling, typically no anaesthetics and can be completed in 1 visit. Ceramic work gives a greater control of the smile enhancement and allows the dentist to completely alter colour, size, shape and position of the teeth.
Bio-aesthetics used to improve the appearance of very worn front teeth
Bio- aesthetics used to rebuild missing tooth and repair fracture line.
The missing tooth was rebuilt in the mouth using a combination of composite filling material and modern fibre reinforcement systems that we use at StoneRock. There was no drilling to sound tooth tissue in this case.
Ceramic work was used to great affect in this case to transform a smile.
Only 4 teeth were treated but the whole smile is enhanced
Ceramic work was used to alter and entire smile to wonderful affect
At StoneRock we pride ourselves in the work we produce. We aim to provide our patients with every treatment choice available so they can make the decision that it right for them. If you would like to know more about how these techniques could change your smile then please do not hesitate to contact us.