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Hopewell Family Dentistry
Dr. Patrick Carter
3728 N. Hwy. 81
Anderson, SC 29621

Smile Gallery: Fillings, Crowns, and Bridges

Creating healthy, beautiful smiles is what we do best!

We love seeing the transformation when we help a patient get out of pain or achieve a beautiful smile that makes them feel confident. Take a moment to look through some of our before-and-after photos and imagine the possibilities when you have your dentistry done with Dr. Patrick Carter here at Hopewell Family Dentistry.

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Severely worn teeth
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Composite reconstruction
Composite reconstruction
This patient came in thinking his teeth were too worn to save and would need dentures. We used his remaining tooth and added composite to restore his teeth back to a normal appearance. The patient was thrilled that we were able to save his teeth.
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Implant and crown before image
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Implant and crown after image
Implant and Crown
This patient had her front tooth knocked out many years ago and had been using a flipper partial. Dr. Carter placed an implant into the site and a matching porcelain crown was attached to it. The patient is happy with her new smile.
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Replacing gold crowns
These gold crowns needed to be replaced due to poor fit and the patient ready to have natural teeth again. All ceramic Emax crowns were placed.
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Composite Rehab
After years of wear, this patient was concerned that his teeth were so worn that they wouldn't be fixable. He had found himself not smiling or showing his teeth when talking. In one appointment without any anesthetic necessary, Dr. Carter was able gi...[Read More]
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Crowns and Composites
A combination of composite bonding and Emax crowns restored this smile after wear and erosion had removed significant tooth structure.
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Decay Tooth Colored Filling
Dr. Carter was able to fix this very dark dental decay in just one visit with composite fillings. Composite fillings look natural and hold up well over time.
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Fractured Incisor
A sports injury caused a large break in this front tooth. With no anesthetic required, Dr. Carter restored this tooth quickly to how it looked before the injury.
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Replacement of old crown
This old crown broke and needed to be replaced due to the appearance. The old porcelain fused to metal crown crown was replaced with an all ceramic crown which blends much nicer with the adjacent teeth.
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Single Anterior Crown
This patient had an existing crown that had several problems including having metal around the gumline and a very white appearance that caused it to look very noticeable. The existing crown was removed and replaced with an all ceramic Emax that blend...[Read More]
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Anterior Composite Filling
A cavity on this patient's front tooth was fixed with composite filling to look as natural as ever.
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Front Composite Filling
A cavity had gotten around an old filling and was replace with a new composite filling and restored it back to being a healthy tooth again.
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Dental Decay
This patient loved to drink mountain dew which cause significant decay on his front teeth. Composite fillings were placed to stop the decay and give this patient his smile back.
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Implant Crowns
Restoring these two implants with crowns allowed the patient to chew again on his left side.
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Front Tooth Filling
By using direct composite, Dr. Carter was able to fix this patients dark decay in one simple visit.
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Stained Incisors
This patient had erosion and staining from swishing his coffee. New composite fillings were placed to correct missing tooth structure and eliminate the staining.
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E-Max Crown
Decay had destroyed a significant portion of this patient's front teeth. All ceramic full coverage crowns were used to restore the teeth back to how they were before the decay had started.
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Incisor Fracture Repair
This patient bit down into something hard while eating and broke out a portion of her front tooth. A composite filling was placed to restore the tooth back to its original shape.
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