Upper and lower immediate implant dentures*

This patient came in to see Dr. Boulard frustrated with what was going on with his teeth. His current situation was not good, and fixing his current teeth would have been really expensive and would probably not last too long. It was decided to proceed with implant dentures.

A NEW SMILE

After deciding that fixing his current teeth would not be reliable, and would be very expensive, his teeth were removed and implants placed the same day. During that appointment, premade prosthetic dentures were converted in the mouth, and he walked out with the teeth in the same appoinntment. This is currently his temporary teeth, and he will soon be coming in for his permanent teeth. He is so happy with the result so far, and he is not longer in pain from his teeth that were breaking down.

Fix my smile*

If you have teeth that have become misshapen, cracked, or damaged, dental bonding and contouring as a restorative dentistry treatment performed at Something To Smile About in Merrimack, NH could get you back on track to better oral health and a brighter smile. In this case, a patient had not been to the dentist for a while, and his teeth were damaged. Using composite resin, Dr. Boulard was able to use dental bonding to greatly improve the composition of this man’s teeth and produce a newly radiant smile.

Bonding fix for cavities.

Fixing decay in the front teeth with bonding.

HEALTHY MOUTH MAKE OVER

This patient had not been to the dentist in a while, and was aware that he had some issues with his gums and teeth. After diagnosing all of the problems, the patient and Dr. Boulard designed a treatment plan that would start by achieving basic health. Gum therapy and the removal of all cavities and fixing them with composite was chosen. This result was accomplished using basic dentistry, and not only is he healthy again, but he is very happy with the appearance of his teeth again. It was a nice turn around for his mouth, and now he will be able to keep his teeth for a long time to come.

Patient did not want to smile.*