Just as you would want to see examples of a carpenter’s work before you have a deck built, you should want to see results that your dentist can achieve. All of the cases shown here were completed by Dr. Bradley Jordan. The dental laboratories that we use are well respected and provide us with strong, great fitting crowns, veneers, and removable appliances. Whether you are looking to have a few fillings replaced or a complete smile makeover, we take pride in our work and will take the time to make sure that it is beautiful, feels good, and lasts a long time.
A deep cavity and crack required that this tooth be removed. After healing, a dental implant was placed followed by a custom porcelain crown. The color match was excellent!
This pleasant woman came to us missing two of her upper left teeth. At that time, she was wearing a flipper to replace the teeth but admitted that she would cover her mouth when she smiled and laughed. Dr. Jordan placed 2 dental implants in the area and allowed the area to heal. An impression (mold) was taken and 2 custom abutments and 2 porcelain crowns were placed. She was ecstatic with the result and no longer felt like she needed to cover her mouth when she smiled!
This wonderful patient came to us with lower teeth that were not fixable and a broken upper denture. Dr. Jordan devised a plan that took into consideration her goals, finances and cosmetics. Her lower teeth were removed and during the same appointment, two dental implants were put in. After healing, new upper and lower dentures were made. The lower dentures clip into the implant attachments allowing for secure chewing.
This older gentleman had an upper denture that didn't stay in very well. He had a difficult time chewing his food and reported that it would take a long time to eat because his dentures were not working for him. To solve his problems, Dr. Jordan placed 4 dental implants in his upper jaw. The dental implants were connected by a titanium bar to keep everything stable and allow locator attachments to be used. A new upper denture was make that clips into the locator attachments. What a transformation! The new denture requires quite a bit of force to remove ...
This gentleman broke a lower incisor and the tooth could not be fixed. The tooth was removed and a narrow diameter implant was placed and allowed to heal. After osseointegration of the implant, an impression (mold) was taken. From the impression, a custom abutment and full zirconia crown were made. The result is life-like and strong. Zirconia crowns resist fracture and wear similar to natural teeth.