Frankton Dental

Smile Gallery: Dental Bonding

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Reshaping peg lateral without orthodontics
This patient attended with a small peg lateral tooth, and we did a wax demonstration and used a putty stent to build a regular shaped tooth with composite resin. As he is a teenager he isn't appropriate for a veneer or crown until his jaw growth is c...[Read More]
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Dental bonding to close diastema

This patient had a diastema, a space between her teeth that she didn't like- dental bonding provides the illusion of closing this space without orthodontic treatment

Dentist: Dr Holly Christmas

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Caries removal and Dental Bonding
This patient needed some fillings in his front teeth due to dental decay, and decided to improve the shape of these teeth at the same time with some dental bonding....
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Dental Bonding to improve alignment of front teeth
This patient was self-conscious of her teeth being rotated and angled. Having decided against orthodontic treatment she was looking for a simple option and we were able to disguise the alignment and improve the appearance with dental bonding in an a...[Read More]
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Hockey Accident
This central incisor was injured during a hockey accident, and was repaired the same day using composite resin filling material, with no anaesthetic needed. A good cosmetic result doesn't need to be complicated!Dentist: Holly Christmas
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Composite fillings in under an hour
This patient had been considering adding composite to her front teeth to mask some discolouration she had- she booked prior to an overseas holiday and in under an hour (with no local anaesthetic and minimal drilling of her natural teeth) she had a mu...[Read More]
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Dental Bonding
This patient grinds his teeth and had damaged his upper central incisors and affected the visual level of his front teeth. We did a planning wax up and bonded composite resin to re-build his upper incisors, and then took impressions for an occlusal g...[Read More]
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Cosmetic Dental Bonding
This patient had small pits and hairline cracks on her front central incisors and was self conscious about the uneven incisal edges. She was pleasantly surprised how easy and inexpensive it was to correct this and wishes she did it years ago! A very...[Read More]
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Dental Bonding
This patient had discoloured composite fillings from years ago after she had broken her front teeth in an accident. Under local anaesthetic we removed the discoloured fillings and reshaped/realigned the teeth with composite filling material to better...[Read More]
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ACC injury to front tooth
This patient injured his front tooth at work. He didn't require any anaesthetic to rebuild this tooth using composite resin white filling material.
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Rugby training accident
This patient knocked her teeth together during rugby training and chipped three of her incisors- we repaired them using composite resin filling material and registered her accident with ACC for ongoing cover.
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Root Canal Treatment, Bleaching and Composite Direct Restoration
This patient had an accident when she was young and her front left central incisor subsequently discoloured and died, requiring root canal treatment. After completing the root canal treatment, we did internal bleaching and used composite filling mate...[Read More]
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Thank you for your ongoing support, we hope you are safe and well in this uncertain time.
This week we have our reception staff working from home with remote computer and phone access at Level 3. We will be able to respond to your voice message within 24 hours and we are starting to take bookings for an anticipated level 2 from Monday the 18th of May.
Existing bookings will be honoured and missed appointments will be prioritised according to urgency. This week for existing patients, we will be offering complimentary booked telephone consultations with your dentist for any concerns that cannot be answered by our friendly reception team. We understand that there may be a bottleneck for patient appointments once we descend into level 2 and want to assure you that we will be working hard for everyone to be triaged and seen in a timely manner.
Thank you again for the continued support, we all can’t wait to be back in the clinic properly to care for you again.
Please call 034422711 or email frankton.dental@xtra.co.nz to make a booking at level 2.