IB Case 2 RC
This patient presented 3 years ago with decayed, chipped, missing teeth and an infected back tooth. He also had a submerged canine tooth in the upper right area which caused crowding. The patient ate with difficulty and could not function normally.
Stable gingival and pulpal health was achieved. Grossly decayed teeth were extracted. This was followed by placement of implants where teeth were missing. Ceramic veneers/ crowns were inserted onto the teeth/ implants. A splint was provided at the end of treatment to protect his teeth and restorations.
The patient was delighted with the results. He chews comfortably, is happy and smiles often. He feels motivated and keeps his dental appointments on a regular basis.