Patient case 2

Replacing missing front teeth with Maryland bridges

Before

Replacing missing front teeth with Maryland bridges result

After

Replacing missing front teeth with Maryland bridges

Dentist:

Prof. Dr. Christian Mehl

Initial situation:

The two lateral incisors were missing congenitally and had been replaced with a metal supported and ceramic veneered Maryland bridge. The previous dentist used the wrong materials (metal) in a technical wrong way (bonding canines and central incisors together). As a result – especially with very translucent teeth – the light was reflected by the metal framework leaving a grey und anaesthetic impression of the teeth.

Carried out treatment:

After removal of the metal bridges and slight preparation of the two central incisors palatally, an impression was taken and the gum slightly adjusted. After two weeks the final full ceramic single winged Maryland bridges were bonded to the central incisors.

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Wimpole Street Dental Clinic
  • 55 Wimpole Street
  • Marylebone
  • London
  • W1G 8YL
  • T.020 3745 7455

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