Crown Reconstructions

The indication for full mouth reconstruction is usually as a result of a failing dentition as a result of a long history of decay and multiple filling and porcelain crowns and porcelain veneers etc. In cases of moderate to severe tooth wear full occlusal reconstructions or partial occlusal reconstructions might be indicated to restore lost tooth structure and to restore normal tooth shape and function. Occlusal reconstructions can consist of porcelain crowns/inlays/onlays on teeth or on implants (artificial roots) or on a combination of teeth and implants if some of the teeth are removed or not strong enough to support crowns or restorations.


Dr. Stéfan Bester

Graduated from the Dental School at the University of Pretoria with (B Ch D) Pret. He completed his masters degree in 1992. Started his own practice in Randpark Ridge, Randburg, during 1993. He is a member of the South African Dental Association (SADA), the Health Professionals Council of South Africa, the Academy of Prosthodontics of South Africa (APSA) and the International Team for Implantology (ITI).

Contact

Tel: 011 792 2723/4
Fax: 086 672 1980
E-Mail: michellebest@mweb.co.za
Address: 98 Kayburne Ave, Randpark Ridge, Randburg, 2169
Postal Address: P.O Box 1746, Randpark Ridge, Randburg, 2156