KARMAZIN DENTAL

Our Beautiful Smiles

KARMAZIN DENTAL

Our Beautiful Smiles

Case Study 1

This patient is a wonderful young man who we have seen in the practice for the past 17 years. His first initial trauma to the 2 front teeth was as a 9 year old. Root canal treatment was completed on tooth #8 and tooth #9 with composite bonding completed.

Case Study 2

This case is an excellent example of INTERDISCIPLINARY dental planning.  We utilized 2 general dentists, and orthodontist and a periodontist to get this incredible result. This is awesome patient that we have known since moving into the freshman dorm at college!

Case Study 3

24 year old male originally presented on September 1st, 2021 for a comprehensive exam and to establish care as a patient in our office.  His chief complaint:  “It’s been years since I have been happy with the appearance of my front teeth.  I am ready for a change.  I am ready to make them look better. I really feel this will impact my career potential and give me more self-confidence.”

Case Study 4

The patient presented with existing porcelain work that had been in place for 6-7 years, which was done to replace a congenitally missing tooth. However, she was unhappy with the gray appearance and symmetry of her smile. After obtaining accurate dental records, we used the Kois principles to plan the treatment.

Case Study 5

A young patient sought cosmetic improvements for discolored front teeth and opted for conservative porcelain veneers after discussing options. A clinical crown lengthening procedure revealed more teeth than expected, allowing for veneering only two teeth instead of four, resulting in a stunning and cost-effective outcome. Photographic documentation guided the creation of beautiful porcelain restorations, and the patient now receives compliments on her natural-looking smile, with many surprised that they are veneers.

Case Study 6

A long-time patient, Nicole, transformed her smile by taking extra time for tissue and gingival changes. A multidisciplinary approach, including a periodontist, addressed square-shaped and short teeth. Due to financial constraints, the initial treatment covered the front 6 teeth, with plans for future additions. Two years later, Nicole added two more porcelain veneers, achieving the desired complete and aesthetically pleasing smile.

before & after

before & after

before & after

before & after

before & after

before & after