Franco had a dental condition where many of his teeth had missing or discoloured enamel. This can happen as the result of childhood illnesses or antiobiotic therapy but can sometimes be hereditary. The dental name of this problem is Enamel Hypoplasia.
As a consequence of this situation many of Franco’s teeth were filled, crowned or broken by the time he was in his twenty’s.
The plan to restore Franco’s teeth involved the combination of ceramic crowns of veneers on all his upper and lower front teeth.
The outcome was not only a fantastic smile but also a complete rehabilitation of his bite and function.