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Patients with extensive rehabilitation involve care from multiple medical disciplines, which often present unique and time-consuming considerations. Dr. Horton is trained to manage and appropriately stage the treatment needs of patients with extensive rehabilitation needs. The following cases are example of some of these cases with a variety of restorative and surgical needs.

Case One:

This is an 81-year-old female patient with failing lower teeth and missing, broken, and discolored upper teeth. The treatment plan includes two implant-supported crowns, a tooth-supported bridge and a lower implant-supported fixed denture (otherwise known as a "Hybrid"). This is not a removable prosthesis.

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Case Two:

This is a 64-year-old woman with both esthetic and functional deficiencies. This complex treatment includes an upper implant-supported fixed denture (hybrid) supported by six dental implants and individual crowns on all of her lower teeth.

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Case Three:

This is a 51 year old man that had been previously restored with implant-supported restorations. His chief complaint was continuous fracture of his original appliances. Additional dental implants were placed and restorations were replaced with upper and lower porcelain-fused-to-metal implant-supported bridges. Many times the appropriate choice in dental materials can make the difference between success and failure of a dental prosthesis.

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Case Four:

This is a 20 year old female patient with failing dental restorations. This case involves crowns, bridges, tooth-colored restorations and a porcelain veneer to reconstruct both the esthetics and function of her smile.

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