Patient case study features in Dentistry magazine
I’m really proud that one of my cosmetic patient case studies is featured in February’s edition of Dentistry magazine – the UK’s highest circulating dental title. It’s great to be able to share some of my work with other dental professionals across the industry.
The case study is based on a patient who came to see me because she was unhappy with the appearance of her teeth. Following a car crash, her two front teeth were damaged – she had a veneer placed at the time but felt it looked ‘too big’ and ‘unnatural’.
After a consultation and listening carefully to the results she wanted, a treatment plan combining crowns, no preparation veneers, composite bonding and teeth whitening was started.
Having a thorough understanding of smile design principles – or in other words, how to actually create an aesthetically pleasing ‘smile’ – was essential. Often in dentistry, it’s the smallest of details that make all the difference and this particular case relied on getting those elements spot on.
The patient was over the moon with her new smile and loved how natural they still looked.
To read the full article as it appears in Dentistry magazine and see some before and after pictures click here.
You can also read the patient’s full testimonial here.