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Over the years, Dr. Harth and Dr. Townsend have transformed the health and beauty of countless smiles for the better here in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Take a look at our smile gallery below for an up-close-and-personal look of some of these cases! All of them represent dental work that our team personally performed, and all patients were pleased with the outcome and happy to share the pictures with others.

These cases and photos all represent dental work done in our office by our doctors. The patients were pleased with the outcome and offered their approval to show the pictures to others.

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Case 1

This patient is a wonderful example of the difference between tooth dentistry and complete dentistry. She came to our office with multiple dental problems: broken teeth, leaking fillings, painful teeth, inflamed gums, and tooth decay. She has lived all over the world, never staying in one location for long. As a result, she primarily received emergency dental care. If a tooth hurt or was broken, she would have that tooth restored. Our treatment plan included non-surgical gum treatment and crown restorations. The results speak for themselves.


Case 2

This is an example of severe wear due to a bad bite combined with clenching and grinding. By bonding strong porcelain crowns to these badly worn teeth, we were able to restore the patient to ideal function and esthetics.


Case 3

This patient had badly rotated teeth, large spaces, a bad bite, and poor smile esthetics. She was able to correct this with invisalign.


Case 4

This 19-year-old young man broke his tooth in a scooter accident. No two teeth are alike and teeth are never just one color, so we maintain two systems of composite materials, giving us over 30 shades to choose from. In this case, we selectively blended four shades of composite material to perfectly match the appearance of the adjacent teeth.


Case 5

This is an example of a lower hybrid denture. It is called a "hybrid" denture because the patient does not take it in and out. It can be removed by a dentist for cleaning, but it is attached to the patient's lower jaw by six titanium dental implants. The before picture represents an old, worn hybrid made with plastic teeth. The after picture is a remake of the hybrid with porcelain teeth that are far more wear resistant and acrylic gum tissue that is custom stained to match the patient's gums. We were able to accomplish this in two visits. Redoing a worn hybrid does not require replacement of the dental implants.


Case 6

This patient did not like the dark edges around her back crowns. She wanted her teeth to be lighter in color and wanted the color uniform throughout her mouth. She was concerned about the teeth looking unnatural, so you will notice small asymmetries in the shape and position of the teeth to avoid a fake looking appearance.


Case 7

This patient is a complete success story! He desired an overall health transformation. Part of this transformation was a full mouth reconstruction using mainly veneers and crowns. The results were truly transformative.