ONE OF THE THINGS I DO TO MAKE YOU HAPPY : DR. DINI
“ IF YOU HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY, DO IT. THE WORLD NEEDS MORE OF THAT.”
I saw this quote on Pinterest while I was searching for something and it reminds me of what I do. I certainly don’t have the power but I do have the means to make someone happy. Through my job. Creating or crafting their dream smile that is.
Lately, I have been getting a lot of makeover cases, especially Fiber Reinforced Composite Bridges to replace the missing front teeth. I understand the difficulty of not having teeth, especially front teeth. The problems that occur in chewing food, speech impairment that sometimes present and also the low self esteem they possess when meeting people.
While denture maybe one of the few options to replace missing front teeth, most people avoid choosing this option due to the troublesome that occur while wearing it. Hence, my patients prefer to choose the Fiber Reinforced Composite bridge. Fiber-reinforced composite bridge offer the advantages of good aesthetics, minimal invasive treatment, and an ability to bond to the abutment teeth (that is, the adjacent teeth).
I did minor slot preparation on the inner side of both patient’s adjacent teeth. Fiber glass bundles was bonded to these slots running from one side to the other. Next, I sculpted composite resin into a tooth like shape around the transverse fiber glass. Polishing of the teeth shaped composite resin was the last step that I did before both patients finally got to take a first look at their new FRC bridge.
I spent nearly 5 hours to complete Madam Z’s look while for Mr. A , I spent nearly 3 hours to achieve his dream smile.
It is amazing to have a missing tooth replaced in just one visit, isn’t it? So, why wait if you have one.
However, for these patients of mine, it didn’t stop there. Since both of them , doesn’t have molar teeth, I suggested them to come back for me to construct their denture. This is to ensure that they don’t over use the front teeth. Having denture to replace the missing molar will help them to grind and chew food into small pieces that can be easily swallowed. Aside from offering support in eating, molars also play a key role in maintaining our facial structure. If it weren’t for our molars, our cheeks might appear sunken.
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Dr. Dini (firstname.lastname@example.org)