In the photos above, this gentleman has a misalgined bite that has caused broken teeth and gum recession. Through the years multiple attempts to fix broken teeth and crowns failed only leading to more problems and a worse bite and TMJ issues. Commonly called instant orthodontics, porcelain veneers can correct smiles but not always the alignment of your smile which is the reason his teeth and bite are causing more problems. Dr.Ronald Konig uses advanced methods that takes into consideration overall patient and not only the teeth. This allows for better long term stabilzation and a helathy smile and TMJ joints. In addtion to comfort and esthetics, note how the lower 1/3 of the face improes youthfulness and beautiful facial proportions. These cases are often considered Non-surgical facelifts in the dental office. Interestingly, there is not much a plastic surgeon can do to change the lower 1/3 of the face.
Cases in Non Surgical Facelift
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A misaligned jaw and neck caused worn down teeth and an underbite. This case was completed by TMJ and bite correction and porcelain restorations. This was an example of how Non-Surgical Facelift is age correcting. The lower 1/3 of the face is longer and more attractive and no surgery needed.
This young lady presented with TMJ pain, headaches, collapsed overbite, front teeth separating. These issues were leading to smaller lower 1/3 of the face and the chin getting closer to the nose. Treatment of the TMJ to find the correct physiologic position for her mucles, joints, and teeth was completed then the teeth restored with porcelain to the correct bite for function and esthetics. Note the younger looking face and improved muscle tone too.
This lovely lady presented with TMJ pain, facial asymmetry, and a collapsed overbite. TMJ treatment and non-surgical facelift dental treatment to correct her bite and asymmetry and cosmetic dentistry smile.
This is a functional cosmetic non-surgical facelift as this lovely lady had TMJ pain, collapsed lower 1/3 face and a smile and profile she was not happy with. Non-surgical facelift procdures and physiologic dentistry were used to correct her TMJ issues, restore the lower 1/3 of her face and create a youthful and beautiufl smile.
Deep overbite corrected with physiologic dentistry and porcelain restorations. By correcting the bite using physiology, the resulting faccelift followed.
Also, note how all his teeth were saved and built up to the correct facial and bite positions.
Collapsed deep overbite due to bicuspid extractions and orthodontics twice. Bite correction to enhance her facial features. Notice the changes in the lower 1/3 of the face and even the improvment in cheekbones and sclera of the eyes.