Partial Dentures

Please view the case studies below for patients who received partial dentures, dental crowns, and bridgework. Call our office for more information: Federal Way Office Phone Number 253-946-6361.

Partial Denture Patients

Case Study 1: Missing and deteriorated teeth.

Before Photo: Upper Teeth With Worn Molars: If you have extremely worn or missing teeth in the back of your mouth, and if implants are not possible, a removable partial denture can be your treatment option possibly coupled with dental bridges and crowns.

Before Partial Denture photo: Roof of Patient's mouth, showing decayed molars and fillings

Before Photo: Missing Lower Back Teeth Notice how there is a gap on one side and a row of missing back teeth on the other.

Before Partial Dentures photo: Patient mouth with silver fillings and missing lower back teeth

After Photos: Restored Upper Teeth: The patient’s upper arch was restored with a 3-unit bridge for the right back teeth and crowns. A 3-unit Bridge consists of three dental crowns connected together to restore a missing middle tooth. This missing middle tooth is called a pontic tooth.

After photo: Patient with dental crowns to restore missing upper teeth

After Photos: Restored Lower Teeth: The patient’s lower arch was restored with a 3-unit bridge, dental crowns, and a removable partial denture. A removable partial denture is composed of metal framework, rest seat, clasp, and denture teeth with pink acrylic.

After photo: Patient with 3-Unit Bridge and Partial Denture to restore missing lower back teeth

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Chong, please use our Contact Us form below or call us: Federal Way Office Phone Number 253-946-6361.

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