This patient presented with congenitally missing lateral incisors (the two teeth on either side of his front teeth). He’s had Maryland bridges (restorations designed to replace his missing teeth) since he was a child, but these had become loose, stained, and unsightly over the years, and he wanted a new look! We discussed orthodontics and implant placement, but ultimately he decided on two new bridges instead! From top to bottom: original photos, temporary bridges (a little stained because of the length of time he was in them post-surgery) with soft tissue grafting on his upper right canine (two teeth from the middle), and final restorations on the day of delivery. Big smile, happy patient!