Other Procedures

Dental Implants
Before
After

Before: Patient needs a Single Tooth Replacent of one Upper Central Incisor.

After: Smile and function restored with a Single Implant and an All Porcelain Crown (Cap) that fits securely over the implant.

Patient Photos Depicting:

Crowns (Caps)
Dental Implants
Porcelain Crowns (Caps)

Note: Patients depicted in photos have provided their consent to display their pictures online. Results may vary.


Before
After
Before
After

Before: Patient needs Upper and Lower Arch Rehabilitation.

After: Great smile, chewing function, and facial tissue support possible with an Upper Denture that is supported with Implants and Lower Implants and Crowns

Patient Photos Depicting:

Crowns (Caps)
Dental Implants
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Porcelain Crowns (Caps)

Note: Patients depicted in photos have provided their consent to display their pictures online. Results may vary.


Composite Bonding
Before
After
Before
After

Dentistry by Michelle S. Weddle, DDS FAGD
This patient chipped her front tooth. She also wanted to brighten her smile without it looking fake.
The first step was to whiten her teeth using Opalescence gel and a custom-made whitening tray. This brightened her smile by whitening only a couple of shades in order to maintain the natural appearance of her teeth. Composite was then matched to her new teeth color and bonded to her existing tooth structure to repair the chip. Composite bonding is used to fix minor defects on a tooth. It does not require grinding of a tooth as with veneers or crowns. Depending on the patient's diet and habits (grinding, using teeth to open bags, biting nails, etc.) bonding can last a few years. The disadvantages of composite bonding is that it usually needs to be replaced earlier compared to porcelain veneers. It also stains or discolors quicker than natural teeth and porcelain.

Patient Photos Depicting:

Composite Fillings
Other Procedures

Note: Patients depicted in photos have provided their consent to display their pictures online. Results may vary.


Whitening with Custom-made Tray
Before
After
Before
After

Dentistry by Michelle S. Weddle, DDS FAGD
This patient chipped her front tooth. She also wanted to brighten her smile without it looking fake.
The first step was to whiten her teeth using Opalescence gel and a custom-made whitening tray. This brightened her smile by whitening only a couple of shades in order to maintain the natural appearance of her teeth. Composite was then matched to her new teeth color and bonded to her existing tooth structure to repair the chip. Composite bonding is used to fix minor defects on a tooth. It does not require grinding of a tooth as with veneers or crowns. Depending on the patient's diet and habits (grinding, using teeth to open bags, biting nails, etc.) bonding can last a few years. The disadvantages of composite bonding is that it usually needs to be replaced earlier compared to porcelain veneers. It also stains or discolors quicker than natural teeth and porcelain.

Patient Photos Depicting:

Composite Fillings
Other Procedures

Note: Patients depicted in photos have provided their consent to display their pictures online. Results may vary.