Case Studies: Replacing Two Missing Adjacent Teeth

Replacing Two Teeth Case 1

Two implants ready to receive the implant-supported teeth.

Replacing Two Teeth Case 2

Top-view of the implants "peeking" through the tissue.

Replacing Two Teeth Case 3

Implant hardware that will be used in the restoration. Sometimes the restoring dentist requires odd shapes and sizes when contemplating which hardware to use. Notice that the connecting "hardware" is angled or bent.

Replacing Two Teeth Case 4

Front-view of the porcelain replacement teeth. The replacement teeth are often times joined together.

Replacing Two Teeth Case 5

Back-view of the porcelain replacement teeth.

Replacing Two Teeth Case 6

Close-up of the implant-suported porcelain crowns.

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Dear Dr. Gittleman, I should have sent this along ago but struggled with trying to find the words that truly conveyed my gratitude. I don't know if you have any idea what you have done for me – maybe you do; but you have given me several gifts… a lot more confidence, through the roof comfort and a cost that was affordable for us. I'm able to eat, laugh, talk and even travel now without worrying that my prosthesis is going to shift or move or click – for the first time in almost 4 years! And because it doesn't move or shift, there is no more pain. Before the implants, I had constant discomfort, mouth sores and difficulty eating. I know it's only been a little over a month, but it's been fabulous so far! You and your staff were wonderful and completely professional. I will never be able to return the kindness – but if I know anyone who is considering implants I will send them your way – you are simply the Best!

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