MK Pontic Procedure

Missing of one or more teeth are often the result of:

  • Congenital malformation
  • Sports injury
  • Carries and root fracture
  • Periodontal diseases

Every patient with missing tooth is given all the options of replacing it.
The ‘MK Pontic’ is a unique treatment option used to replace a missing tooth that does not require reduction of adjacent teeth. While not available for all cases it can offer tooth replacement that is both cost effective and minimally invasive. This treatment has been developed by Dr. Klimek and has been a very successful since 1984. This restoration is easily reparable and is the most conservative approach for single tooth replacement.
Every patient with missing tooth is given all the options of replacing it.

“MK Pontic” my first restoration in 1985


After orthodontic treatment June 1994

Congenitally missing lateral incisor


MK Pontic after 10 years in patient mouth

MK Pontic after 10 years.
Composite tooth was formed and attached by bonding to intact enamel of adjacent teeth.


Congenitally missing lateral incisors


“MK Pontic” and composite restoration performed in 1994


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