Restoration of extremely worn-out teeth
Individual results may vary.Case ID: 1802
The patient was not happy with her smile. The front lower/upper teeth were noticeably worn (by 2–3 mm) because of bruxism. A piece broke off from one upper canine. There was lip asymmetry. The patient had periodic injections of fillers in her lips and face, but it didn’t help.
Dr. Anokhina explained to the patient that the root of the problem was bruxism, which caused her teeth to lose a few millimeters. She suggested raising the bite with 30 ceramic veneers.
As a result, the patient’s smile opened up noticeably and the shape of her lips changed. Now she is in love with her smile.
The photo shows restored teeth 3.5 years after placement of ceramic veneers. The result still looks the same.