Here are some images of Dr.Vance’s work done everyday at AdVance Dental. Click the images for a closer look.
A mixture of fillings and crowns were able to make this smile much easier on the eyes.
Three crowns and one veneer used to regain the length and improve the shape of the front teeth.
A bridge placed on the front teeth that fills the space left by previously lost teeth, and fixes color discrepancies of discolored teeth.
It’s always best to keep your teeth, but if that’s not an option a set of dentures can make a huge difference in one’s smile.
Here’s an example of what a bridge can do for a smile. A bridge is a porcelain tooth cover (a.k.a. crown or cap) involving multiple teeth (in this case three teeth). The teeth on either side of the missing tooth were crowned and the “fake tooth” is attached to the crowns, resulting in a very life-like tooth replacement and making a huge difference in this patient’s appearance.
Veneers were placed on this patient’s two front teeth to correct the yellow discoloration in the right incisor and a white spot in the left incisor.
This patient’s teeth were significantly worn down – the likely cause was bruxism (teeth grinding) and erosion (chemical loss of tooth structure from things like sour candy). As a result, his teeth were sensitive and not cosmetically pleasing. All of his upper front teeth were crowned in order to correct this, which made a big difference in his smile.
This patient had a previously root canal treated and crowned tooth that broke off. We were able to restore this tooth with a post and a new crown.
Here is an example of what dental implants can do for a smile. Along with a great dental team including an orthodontist and oral surgeon, we were able to fill this space (previously occupied by a retained baby tooth) with a crown without cutting on any of the patient’s teeth.
Here’s an example of how a dental bridge can correct multiple problems with front teeth. In this case, a chipped front tooth, a space between the front teeth, color discrepancies, and the “black lines” around an older bridge were all improved upon with an all ceramic bridge.