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Creating the illusion of straighter, more perfect teeth using dental crowns.

With a lot of the makeover submissions we receive, it's readily apparent to us that...

a) 'Instant' orthodontics - A makeover showing how dentists can change the apparent alignment of crooked teeth by placing dental crowns. b) Using crowns to idealize tooth shape.

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Fully closing in the gap between two incisors by placing crowns.

This page's digital makeovers illustrate how "tooth gaps" can be filled in by placing dental...

a) Tooth gaps. - The obvious cosmetic deficiency with this smile is the space between the center teeth. b) Bruxism - The notched and worn biting edges of the upper and lower front teeth suggest that this person has a tooth grinding habit. c) Dental crowns. - This makeover illustrates how dental crowns can be used to both fill in tooth gaps and repair worn teeth.

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Rebuilding previously broken teeth with dental crowns.

This smile makeover simulation involves a case where the person reports that their two center upper teeth...

Rebuilding teeth with dental crowns. - This case illustrates the use of crowns to repair teeth that had earlier in life been broken in an accident.

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Using crowns to partially close a very wide tooth gap.

When you look at this person's smile, the very first thing you notice is the very large space between...

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Using partial orthodontic treatment and over-sized crowns to establish smile uniformity.

When this person submitted photos for consideration for a smile makeover...

Tooth crowding and missing teeth. - The fact that this smile suffers from both having crooked teeth and some missing ones make getting a normal-looking result difficult. Using dental crowns to mask the fact of missing teeth. - The solution this person wanted us to illustrate was: 1) The use of partial orthodontic treatment to some what idealize the positioning of the teeth. 2) The placement of oversized dental crowns to fill in and mask locations where teeth are missing.

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