Front tooth restoration and mouth reconstruction
Individual results may vary.Case ID: 2967
The patient had a broken front tooth. During the examination, Dr. Svetlana assessed the clinical picture as a whole, not just the place where the incisor was missing. The following problems were identified:
- Horizontal asymmetry was disturbed – the lower jaw shifted to the right by 2–3 cm
- Sagging cheeks and wrinkles
- Lateral occlusion
- There were old metal-ceramic restorations that needed to be replaced
- Airways were closed – the patient snored.
We relaxed the muscles with the TENS device. We sent the patient for computer diagnostics – determined the correct proportions of the face, found the positioning of the muscles where they would be at rest, set the correct posture, and opened the airways.
We agreed on a step-by-step treatment plan.
- We put in temporary orthopedic structures to open the bite – it took 3 months.
- The upper jaw was completely restored with implants and ceramic crowns.
- On the lower jaw, we restored a removable denture and raised the height of the molars with crowns.
As a result, the patient got rid of neck problems, stopped snoring, got normal sleep, and got a face that looks 10–15 years younger, more beautiful, and symmetrical.