This patient suffered a traumatic injury and went straight to the Emergency Room when the two front teeth were knocked out. The Emergency Room doesn't always have a dentist on staff, nor the proper training to handle most dental emergencies. Case in point, the Emergency Room glued this patient's teeth in the opposite sockets. The first image portrays the condition the patient was in when coming to Dr. John Goodman for the first time. Since the teeth were glued in the wrong positions, they became unable to save. Dr. Goodman recommended Dental Implants, being the patient's best possible long-term restorative option. The process for a Dental Implant usually lasts over three months, depending on the time it takes for healing after the Implant is surgically placed. After healing, abutments are then attached to the Dental Implant. An abutment is a support for the custom fitted Porcelain Crowns that finish the Dental Implant treatment.