Steven I. Present, D.M.D., F.C.P.P. Fellow, International Team for Implantology
AO Certificate in Implant Dentistry · Fellow of College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Ronald L. Klein, D.M.D., F.A.G.D.
Chief Concern: Patient presents with esthetic concerns, severe decay, missing teeth resulting from medication related dry mouth and difficulty eating. Patient desires a cosmetic solution and to avoid a lower denture during the healing phase.
Treatment: Four implants on the upper retaining a patient removable denture and six implants retaining a doctor removable bridge.
Chief Concern: Having relocated from another city with an implant already in place, her chief concern was the esthetic restoration of the implant replacing her front tooth that was lost due to a traumatic injury.
Treatment: Fabrication of a single anterior tooth to naturally blend with the color and contour of the adjacent teeth and soft tissue.
Chief Concerns: Patient presents with missing, severely worn, decayed teeth, and the inability to eat properly. He was particularly concerned about the effects this would have on his general health. He did not want to wear anything removable.
Treatment: Six implants in the upper jaw and six in the lower jaw supporting porcelain bridges. Provisional bridges were placed the day following surgery.
Chief Concern: The patient was concerned about extreme wear on his front teeth. He wanted to restore them to a more youthful look, while maintaining the small space between his central incisors.
Treatment: The six front teeth were restored to normal form and function using bonded composite resin. A nightguard was fabricated to prevent further wear.
Chief concern: The patient was unhappy with the appearance of her front teeth. There were old restorations that were discolored, fractured, and decay was present.
Treatment: Restoration of the six upper front teeth with porcelain veneers.
Chief Concern: Patient was unhappy with the large spaces between his teeth.
Treatment: In a little over a year the spaces were closed with Invislaign® and the teeth aligned ideally giving a symmetrical pleasing appearance.
Chief Concern: Patient was unhappy with the crowding of the front teeth. He wanted them unraveled and leveled.
Treatment: Invisalign® offered the ideal solution. Without conventional braces potentially harming the teeth and impeding hygiene, we were able to easily straighten and align them. This case was treated in less then one year!
Dr. Steven I. Present, D.M.D., F.C.P.P. | Dr. Ronald L. Klein, D.M.D., F.A.C.D. | North Wales, PA General Cosmetic Dentistry and oral surgery. Present & Klein, D.M.D., P.C. provide dental procedures that include: fillings, orthodontics, invisalign, tooth whitening, crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers, bonding, endodontics root canals, oral surgery, sealants, dentures, nitrous oxide, temporomandibular tmj disorders, facial cosmetic services, bite stabilization, child dentistry, diagnodent, microscopic dentistry, air abrasion, intraoral camera, digital x-rays, laser dentistry, and dental implants in North Wales, PA. Visit our office location at: 311 Sumneytown Pike, Suite 2C, North Wales, PA 19454 or call our office at: (215) 699-4478.