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Every picture in this gallery is a real Dentistry by Dr. Kaplansky patient! For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 716-772-7500.
Modern dentistry transformed this patients smile from a very sad to extremely happy. A dental bridge was used to replace missing teeth and dramatically change this patients appearance.
Having a compromised front tooth can be a bit of a nightmare for most. Luckily, Dr. Kaplansky is a professional that is extremely skilled in replacing missing teeth. Check out this before and after success story with a front tooth dental implant.
Dental Implant For A Missing Front Tooth
Broken below the gum line front tooth is a major dental emergency. This patient contacted us after the tooth had broken, and we acted fast. We replaced it with a dental implant and a porcelain crown giving this patient her smile back. As you can see in the after ...
Missing teeth in the front were causing this patient serious distress. We replaced the missing teeth with a bridge, restoring the smile and the patient's self-confidence.
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Troubled by a large gap left by missing teeth right in the front, this patient came to us. We successfully replaced the missing teeth with an attractive, natural-looking bridge.
Failing older dentistry and a missing tooth were wreaking havoc on this patient's smile! He came to us for a full smile makeover, which we were happy to provide using crowns and a dental bridge.
Have you had dental work in the past that has not aged well? Lucky for you, Dr. Kaplansky and Dr. Smith are here to evaluate your current condition and find the right procedure for you, with your preferences and finances in mind.
Fixing Old Dental Work
This patient came in with a 20 year old bridge that was failing due to receding gum line and a fractured supporting tooth. After performing a dental exam and teeth cleaning, we were able to begin the restorative process. It was replaced with a dental implant supported bridge in a timely manner.
If you have multiple missing teeth but still want dental implants, Dr. Kaplansky can make a dental implant bridge just like this patient.
Dental Implant Retained Bridge
Three missing teeth were successfully replaced with two dental implants and fixed bridgework. Just in time for this patient's daughter's wedding! We work swiftly so that your results are top notch, and cosmetically pleasing.
Missing Teeth? Book An Appointment
If you are interested in dental implants, we offer free consultations. No commitments! If you want to see what your tooth replacement options are, schedule with Dr. Kaplansky today. Our dental office ...
When there are multiple missing teeth, dentures or partials are an affordable solution. However, nothing beats the security of a dental implant. If your denture/partial is uncomfortable or ill fitting, check out this before and after dental implant procedure.
From Dentures To Dental Implants
After wearing a removable partial denture for years this patient was very pleased with her new smile. Dental implants look and feel like her own teeth! Dental implants look natural. Dr. Kaplansky makes sure that your implants look just like the rest of your teeth.
Curious About Dental Implants? Book A Consultation
When a tooth breaks off at the gum line, there isn't much you can do to save it. But we can replace it with something even better.
The Best Tooth Replacement Option
A dental implant is the best solution to replacing teeth! Old dental bonding, also known as tooth colored fillings, on front teeth showed signs of wearing and staining. After placing the dental implant in the missing area, we added dental crowns to the worn teeth next to it. We rebuilt this patients smile with beautiful and long-lasting porcelain crowns.
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Did you know that space in between teeth is known as diastema?
These spaces occur naturally in smiles of all shapes and sizes, but some patients are unhappy with the look and seek help from Dr. Kaplansky to close the gaps.
If all of your teeth are present, yet there is still spacing, this is still normal. Additionally, if some of your teeth never came in, there could be large spacing that you also want to close.