Are you unhappy with your current shape or size of your front teeth? The solution might be as simple as it was in Helen´s case. Just 6 ceramic dental crowns can make a huge difference!
Helen (from Worcester, UK) told us that she has 2 big dental problems. Firstly, missing lower teeth that she lost 2 years ago and secondly, unpleasant gaps between her upper teeth. During the consultation at Bratislava dental clinic we made her an X-ray and a CT scan (both for free of charge). Based on these the doctor suggested the treatment with 2 dental implants for her lower jaw. We started the treatment later that day – the doctor has succesfully put a dental implant to her LL6 and another dental implant to her LR6.
To help patient achieve not only functional set of teeth but also a nice smile we recommended to reshape her 6 front teeth and put 6 dental crowns on them. The doctor did the reshaping and took impressions, everything pain-free. We sent the impressions of her newly shaped teeht to our specialized on-side dental laboratory. Having our own dental laboratory in the same building as dental clinic is allowing dental technicians and dentists work close together to achieve highly professional results.
We provide provisional dental crowns to Helen for the time she was waiting for her final crowns. She booked her next appoitment with us 3 weeks after this visit. This gives the dental technician enough time to prepare her final dental crowns.
Now she has 6 E-max ceramic dental crowns on her upper teeth, all in colour A1. As you can see in the picture she sent us few days after she came back to UK, she is very happy now and looking forward to come again in January 2019 to finish the rest of the treatment.
Dear lovely team at Smile – I just wanted to thank you for my fabulous new smile. I’m so happy with it. The whole experience was so positive and everyone was so kind and helpful. I’ll be back in January for the final implants in my lower jaw, meanwhile I’m attaching a before & after that I thought you’d like 😀
We are looking forward to seeing you in January, Helen!