Superior fit, form and function.
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Multiple reasons to smile again.
Our patient came in to be evaluated for a full-mouth rehabilitation to be done by her dentist. Her upper left back teeth were rotten and required extraction, so we replaced them with two implants and an implant-supported bridge. Implant placement required an internal sinus lift. She was amazed at how simple the whole process was. And is thrilled with her updated, Pristine smile.
A better bridge.
This man was eating an almond when his back lower bridge snapped in half. We placed two implants, enabling us to replace three of his back teeth with an implant-supported bridge. He was relieved to be chewing again with new, strong teeth.
Advanced treatment for advanced gum disease.
Our patient was only in her early 30s but gum disease was ruining her smile. Her teeth looked “long,” and she had progressive bone loss around her upper canines. In partnership with our orthodontic colleagues, we were able to reposition her teeth and create a more favorable gumline, prior to implant placement. She was thrilled with her Pristine Smile.®
This high school tennis player had been born without two of her front teeth. Using a team approach, our orthodontic colleagues created spaces for two implants, and collectively, we delivered a Pristine smile from, which she wore from ear-to ear, at her college orientation.
Two new reasons to smile.
Our young female patient had a problem: The roots of her two front teeth were dissolving. Both teeth had to be extracted and replaced with implants. She was extremely pleased with the simplicity of the procedure and its Pristine results.