Marsue was unhappy with the appearance of her smile. She felt that her front teeth stuck out, and she didn't like the uneven appearance of her smile given by old restorations. She had missing lateral incisors since her teenage years, replaced by old dental bridges. She also had recurrent decay in teeth that had been previously treated with root canal therapy and topped with porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. These previously treated teeth could not be saved.
Sedation dentistry helped Marsue have a comfortable procedure. We placed two dental implants and ten upper and ten lower porcealin restorations. We helped give her a more balanced, brighter, and natural-looking smile. In addition, she now wears a night guard to protect her teeth.