Superior fit, form and function.
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Lost bone, regrown.
This patient lost her front tooth in an accident and all of the bone went with it. We were able to regrow back her missing bone and set up an ideal area for implant placement.
Bilateral Sinus Lifts
This patient had severe periodontal disease, rendering all of his teeth hopeless and requiring extraction. Bilateral sinus lifts were done, and he left our office with a full set of teeth. Phase I therapy placed implants in healed sinus lift sites and allowed him to keep functioning with his natural teeth during the process. When the initially placed implants healed, all his remaining teeth were extracted and all remaining implants were placed.
Bone Grafting for Ankylosed Tooth
A tooth was extracted, bone grafting was completed, and the patient was thrilled with his now symmetrical Pristine smile. His right front tooth had been ankylosed – the root and bone fused during development so it stopped growing down. Then the patient had an accident, and this tooth broke leaving quite a complex problem to fix.
New bone, new implant, new smile.
It was a long road working with our orthodontic colleague but our patient was thrilled with her Pristine results. Her front tooth had been replaced with an older type of dental implant that failed, destroying her neighboring teeth and bone. This complex treatment plan involved bringing the neighboring tooth down with braces to regain bone height, along with significant bone grafting prior to implant placement.