Front Teeth Dental Implant Samples

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These are all real patients of mine.  I performed the surgery and made the final teeth. These pictures are a mixture of many different cases.  In some cases, the patient has all the ideal parameters to make the teeth near perfect.  In other cases, the patient is informed in advance should there be an aesthetic compromise.

None of these pictures have been altered.

Please comment and tell me which tooth or teeth you think is the implant(s)!

This post is relevant if you are considering a dental implant for a front tooth. I suggest you look it over.

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After initial ortho (3) 

Finals on seat day (7) 

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12 Responses to Front Teeth Dental Implant Samples

  1. Aponeeroyar says:

    I do think this is an incredible website. This really helped me with my situation. Thanks so much!

  2. Dom says:

    Excellent job!
    I wish you could do mine. I have to get 3 very soon.

  3. Wendy Mena says:

    Why is a titanium implant used in the above picture for a front tooth? Under what circumstances would you do this? My #7 tooth had root canal and crown placed in 2006. The base of the crown was too thick and caused an occlusion with lower tooth. He filed my natural lower tooth down, but it still impacted everytime I bit. Guessing he didnt want to fracture the ceramic crown by drilling it at the base???? We tried many times with the carbon testing, then drilling, etc… but ultimately he just said it could be a problem later; kind of shrugging his shoulders; like this was the best that he could do. (Was this to save him the cost of re doing a crown? This is a high price for me to pay now. This seems like bad dentistry to me.) Nov. 2011, the crown was loose. I went in for xray, he said my tooth was fractured at the root. This tooth apparently had trauma as a child and was brittle, but it took 5 yrs of the occlusion to finally break. Just a few weeks ago it dropped in the sink while brushing. It still has the cement and my tooth in the crown; I’ve been glueing it back in for aesthetic appeal. But in the canal of my gums there is a wall of my tooth with a hole in it. There is some black bone/tooth. I may be able to get by without bone grafting, i don’t know. I am in Northern Calif., Rocklin. Can I have a consultation with you to evaluate my perameters, cost and such. Considering air travel cost, I’d need to pay attention to detail. Do you do the prosthesis also or is that an additional Doctor and visit with someone else? Then wouldn’t they have to work with you closely?…………………Sorry so long.

    • Hi Wendy,

      It sounds like you have a common but unfortunate fractured root. Each situation is really unique.

      Titanium abutments can be used in the front of the mouth.
      I use custom white abutments for the following scenarios:
      ■An implant for an upper front tooth where the gum may be thin and the titanium would show through.
      ■The space between your upper and lower teeth is really small and the implant need to be held by a screw instead of by cement.
      ■Multiple or full mouth bridged dental implants.
      ■High Lip lines
      ■Excessively thick or thin gums.
      ■Excessively “scalloped” gums.
      …and many other factors

      I would need to see you to really be able to tell you what is possible. Yes, I do both the surgery and make the teeth. This gives me great control of the final result. I would love to meet you. Just call the office to schedule.

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, CA

  4. Barbara Stewart says:

    Great website. Very helpful. I only wish you were near me to to my dental work, but I very much appreciate the educational content of this site.

  5. Theresa C says:

    I live in central New Jersey. Can you refer me to your colleagues in NJ ?

    • Ramsey Amin DDS says:

      Hi Theresa,

      You can find the best dental implant dentists on this website.

      http://www.aboi.org

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

  6. Darlene says:

    My 9 year old just had her front tooth come out due to an accident . This was her permanent tooth. Do you work on children?

    • Ramsey Amin DDS says:

      Hi Darlene,

      I am so sorry to hear about losing such an important tooth.

      At nine years old she is way too young for a dental implant. I would suggest she gets a Maryland bridge for now. She should also have braces done in preparation for an implant when she is about 16 years old.

      The Maryland bridge does not damage the teeth on either side.

      Good luck.

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, California

  7. Pauline says:

    I wish you had done my front implant tooth. The teeth in the pics look amazing. I had slipped on black ice, fell flat on my face & broke my nose & front tooth came out. Implant doctor put an implant in without consulting with the dentist first and as a result positioned my implant in a way that the dentist who did the crown had to give me a big thick tooth that gives me a lisp now. I did not know the procedure that I was supposed to a regular dentist first & went straight to the implant dentist since he was right across the street of where I worked. The crown dentist said it is a matter of “getting used to it”, but for $7,000 I think they should have done it correctly. I think it is very irresponsible of them.

    • Ramsey Amin DDS says:

      Hello Pauline,
      Thank you for your very flattering words. I’m so sorry to hear that you had a bad experience. Front and center teeth are the most complicated dental implants in the mouth and need to be handled very carefully to yield a great cosmetic result.

      The implant has to be placed extremely precisely in all dimensions including depth, not just centering. Some implants should purposely be placed off-center for upper central incisors to develop what we call the zenith.

      There still may be answers to help. Sometimes a custom abutment can re-correct angles and gum contours. If you’re unhappy, you should consider seeing somebody who is very well-versed in dental implants.

      http://www.burbankdentalimplants.com/smile-gallery/

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

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