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Using dental crowns to repair the damage caused by bruxism.

This digital smile makeover provides an example of teeth that have worn, primarily due to bruxism (...

a) Tooth grinding - The wear pattern visible with this case suggests that a history of bruxism is involved.b) Dental crowns - This case explains why dental crowns would likely make the best choice for making repairs.

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Using dental crowns to both repair and straighten teeth.

The upper teeth in this digital smile makeover provide an opportunity to illustrate how dental crowns...

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Using dental crown placement to create the illusion of smile symmetry.

This digital smile makeover illustrates a case where some fairly basic dental crown...

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"Straightening" teeth with porcelain veneers and dental crowns.

Treating a cosmetic case often boils down to choosing one of two basic methods. Should procedures...

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Fixing a small cavity, rebuilding worn teeth.

The most detracting aspect of this person's smile is the dark spot on their upper right tooth. And while that, no...

a) Worn teeth / Bruxism - This smile has the characteristic wear pattern of a person who grinds their teeth. You can literally visualize how the smooth surfaces and notches of the biting edges of the upper and lower teeth fit together. b) Dental crowns - As this case outlines, unless this grinding habit can be controlled, dental crowns offer the only hope for a lasting outcome.

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