David had significant damage from excessive bite force. His front teeth had become badly worn down. In addition, many of his teeth were notched at the gum line as a result of the bending and flexing pressure from his bite. Partly as a result of this, he also had uneven gums. In just two visits we were able to give David a new smile. Sedation dentistry helped make his visit comfortable. In places with notching and receding gums, porcelain restorations--a total of 10 upper and 4 lower--covered the damage and recession. Then laser gingival contouring resulted in an even gum line.