Ceramic Crowns and Bridges 

Very natural results

Stable color and resistence over time

Indicated to replace old crowns/bridges or in extremely structurally compromised teeth

Previous simulation for patient’s analysis before making a decision

Replacement of old crown with irregular gingival architecture

– Esthetic surgery to correct gingival levels

– Provisional crown

– Whitening

– Cementation of the new ceramic crown in zirconia

Clinical work – Jorge André Cardoso

Lab work – August Bruguera

Initial situation with old crown and irregular gingival margins
After esthetic surgery to level gingival margins and provisional crown
Study of shape and texture with silver powder
Lab made ceramic crown
After crown cementation and teeth whitening
Final smile
Replacement of old crowns with dark margin

– Removal of old crowns

– Esthetic planning with provisional crowns

– Graft to enhance gum thickness and prevent future recessions

– Cementation of new ceramic crowns in zirconia

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – Alex Fisher and Liliana Simões

Old crowns
Dark margin and gingival recession
Crowns removal
Provisional crowns
Graft to enhance gingival thickness and prevent future recessions
Gingival thickness before and after the graft
New ceramic crowns
Crowns cementation
Final view
Stability after 7 years
Replacement of old crowns with dark margin

– Removal of old metal-ceramic crowns

– Esthetic planning with provisional crowns

– Cementation of 4 new ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – Paulo Pacheco

Initial
Removal of old crowns
Final
Replacement of old bridge

– Removal of old bridge with dark margins and gingival recession

– Esthetic planning with a provisional bridge

– Cementation of new ceramic bridge in zirconia

Clinical work – Jorge André Cardoso

Lab work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial smile
Old bridge view
New zirconia ceramic bridge
Final smile with new bridge
Final smile with new bridge
Ceramic crowns to correct color and old restorations

– Planning and esthetic simulation

– Esthetic surgery to correct gingival levels

– External and Internal whitening

– Cementation of ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso and Rui Negrão

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial Smile
Old restorations and discolored teeth
Crown cementation
Final Result
Natural final result
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to correct color and old restorations

– Planning and esthetic simulation

– External whitening

– Cementation of ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – 

Initial Smile
Initial
Final
Final Smile
Final Smile - lateral view
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to correct old restorations

– Planning and esthetic simulation

– Removal of old restorations and teeth preparation

– Cementation of ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial case
Teeth preparation and color selection
Final result with natural appearance
Before and After
Single ceramic crown to correct discolored tooth

– External Bleaching

– Tooth preparation

– Provisional crown

– Cementation of ceramic crown in zirconia

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – Somano Luang Phaxay

Initial case
Tooth preparation
Final result with natural appearance
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to replace old crown and correct discoloured and fractured tooth

– Removal of old crown

– Esthetic planning with provisional crowns

– Cementation of new ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial
Ceramic crowns
Final smile
Final
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to correct old restorations

– Esthetic planning

– Esthetic composite restorations 

– Cementation of ceramic crowns 

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso e Rui Negrão

Laboratory Work – August Bruguera

Initial
Teeth preparation
Final
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to correct color and old restorations

– Planning and esthetic simulation

– Esthetic surgery to correct gingival levels

– External whitening

– Cementation of ceramic crowns

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso 

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial
Initial
After gingival plastic surgery and composite restorations
Final
Final
Before and After
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to strengthen teeth and correct color

– Teeth preparation

– Cementation of ceramic crowns 

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso 

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial - severely damaged premolars
Initial - discoloured premolar
Ceramic crowns
Final
Final
Before and After
Before and After
Ceramic crowns to strengthen teeth

– Teeth preparation

– Cementation of ceramic crowns 

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso 

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Severely damaged teeth
Ceramic crowns
Final result
Before and After
Before and After
X-ray before and after
Ceramic crown to strengthen tooth

– Tooth preparation (second premolar)

– Cementation of ceramic crown

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso 

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Severely damaged second premolar
Ceramic crown
Final result
Before and After
Before and After
X-ray before and after
Surgical extrusion to save an usavable tooth and ceramic crown

– Surgical extrusion of unsavable tooth (right second premolar)

– Repetition of the root canal treatment of the right second premolar

 – Gingival graft to improve gingival conditions around the implant  of the right first molar

– Ceramic crown cementation of the right second premolar a new ceramic screw-retained crown on the implant of the right first molar 

Clinical Work – Root canal treatment: Luis Reis; Surgery and Rehabilitation: Jorge André Cardoso 

Laboratory Work – Joana Estrócio (byoleg blashkiv lab)

Ceramic crowns to save compromised teeth

– Reconstruction of damaged structure.

– Placement of 3 ceramic zirconia crowns.

 

Clinical Work – Root canal treatment: Luis Reis; Prosthodontic reconstruction: Teresa Taveira

Laboratory Work – Joana Estrócio (byoleg blashkiv lab)

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ORA – Dental Esthetics and Oral Rehabilitation

Rua 23, nº 344. 3º andar, sala C,
4500-142 Espinho, Portugal

Phone  (+351) 227 310 100 | (+351) 919 233 470
Email info@ora.pt

Monday to Friday – 9-13h, 15-19h | Saturday 9-13h

Train station, car parking and beach area within 5 min walk.

Oporto 30 min by train. Lisbon 2h30m by train.

Oporto Airport 30 min by car / 1h by metro-train.

ORA - Dental Esthetics and Oral Rehabilitation

ORA Clinic