Explore our dental implants before and after photos to discover what can be achieved with dental implants.
These dental implant before and after photos illustrate the results that were achieved for these patients. Your own treatment will be tailored to your needs, and may require different procedures. Contact Preventive Dentistry to learn more about how we can restore your smile.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Implant-supported bridge and crowns
Margaret was missing multiple back teeth and was unable to chew well. She also hated that the gaps were visible when she smiled. This photo shows her mouth after implants have been placed - the metal healing caps can be seen above the gumline.
Damaged teeth replaced, composite resin fillings replaced, and whitening
For Lisa, years of smoking and neglect led to decay, staining and loss of teeth. She was self-conscious about her mouth in general and the way her canine stuck out, so she never smiled with her teeth showing. Lisa wanted to fix her smile for her wedding day.
It was explained that the best way to correct the crowding was to straighten Lisa’s teeth using orthodontic braces. Due to time constraints, Lisa was absolutely sure she did not want to do this and instead chose to have both her lateral incisor and canine removed and replaced with a single implant and crown. Lisa also had whitening and her composite resin fillings replaced.
Two implants and crowns for replacing dentures
Ellen had been wearing a denture to replace her missing upper front teeth for years. The metal clasps holding the denture in place could be seen around Ellen’s upper back teeth. She was embarrassed to remove the denture at night because she didn’t want her husband to see her without them, but leaving the denture in constantly was causing damage to her teeth and gums.
Colour-matched implant-supported crowns
Walter is an older gentleman whose executive job involves interaction with many clients. His teeth were failing him and did not project the image he wanted to convey to his clients. Several of his teeth were not salvageable and had to be removed.
Walter’s teeth were restored with a combination of porcelain fused to gold crowns and implant-supported crowns. The result was a cleaner, healthier-looking mouth with the colour of the teeth being appropriate for his age (not too white). Walter opted not to have some of the existing crowns on his back teeth replaced as they were still functional. The margins of these crowns can be seen due to gum recession which has occurred over the years; however, this is not visible when Walter smiles as his lip covers the area.