This is a closed frontal photograph of the provisionals prior to cementation. The provisionals are used as a second-order approximation of the jaw position. Generally provisionals are worn for two to six months to confirm a stable treatment position. They are used as the basis for the jaw to jaw relationship of the final restorations.
These records were taken six years after initial consultation as a means of evaluating stability over time.
This photograph shows the final restorations taken shortly after cementation:
The Cephalometric image and tracing were taken three years after the completion of the work. These compare the pateint’s metrics at the end of treatment with six years later.