Dental Implants Portfolio
In this sections, you will find stories and photo galleries of some patients that we have treated over the years. All of the patients in these stories were treated by Dr.Kazemi in collaboration with restoring dentists. To make it more relevant to your need, the stories are categorized according to the type of situation:
Implants in the smile zone
The smile zone is the upper front area of your mouth and typically refers to your canines, lateral incisors, and central incisors.
Single tooth replacement
A single tooth replacement may be in any site: incisors, canines, premolars, or molars. With this option, we can avoid unnecessary damage.
Multiple teeth replacement
Multiple teeth replacement with implants helps restore areas of the mouth with several adjacent teeth missing, implants may be restored.
Complete replacement of teeth
Teeth with advanced caries that have been treated with root canal often require a post, build-up and a crown to restore them.
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In this section, are stories and photo galleries of patients treated over the years who required bone grafting for dental implants. All of the patients in these stories were treated by Dr. Kazemi in collaboration with restoring dentists.
Extraction site grafting
Following any tooth extraction, the bone undergoes remodeling and shrinkage.
Grafting to increase width
Patients who use dentures at the time of a tooth extraction can lose a significant amount of bone width.
Sinus graft for increase height
There may be inadequate height of bone for implants in the back of the upper jaw due to the position of the maxillary sinus.
Other bone grafting techniques
Distraction osteogenesis, interpositinal graft, and Ti-Mesh with rhMBP2 techniques to enhance height and width of bone
When there is bone or gum tissue deficiency in the smile zone, a soft tissue gingival graft may be recommended.
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Portfolio of patients with poor bite and jaw size discrepancies treated with various corrective jaw surgery procedures.
Example of patients with impacted canines treated with exposure and orthodontic treatment.
Portfolio of patients with various oral pathology conditions such as cysts, lesions, ulcers, and other abnormalities.
Oral and Facial Injuries
Traumatic injuries create both physical and emotional difficulties for patients. Injuries range from trauma to teeth and supporting bone, to jaw fractures, to skin or oral lacerations. The majority of injuries can be managed easily in our office, but some may require hospitalization.