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Using porcelain veneers to 'straighten' teeth.

There are two general cosmetic concerns with this smile. The most obvious one is that it seems to slant to this...

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Retreating a tooth-gap case.

Here's a case where a person has had a gap between their two center teeth closed (dentists call these spaces a diastema) but they...

a) Closing a diastema -This person originally had a gap between their center teeth. It was closed in by placing dental crowns.b) Dental crowns - The problem is, this person thinks their existing dental work makes their teeth look too big and bulky. c) Orthodontic treatment - Our makeover illustrates how orthodontic treatment could be used to resolve this issue and improve this case's final outcome.

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"Straightening" teeth and building up "pegged" lateral incisors using dental crowns.

Like so many of the cases we create digital makeovers for, this one might be...

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Resolving severe tooth crowding via the use of orthodontic treatment.

With some of the virtual smile makeover submissions we receive, it's rather obvious that...

a) Orthodontic treatment. - This "before" picture suggests that this person's teeth are generally in good shape, just severely crowded. That makes this case an ideal candidate for being resolved via the use of orthodontic treatment (braces of some sort). a) Tooth stripping. - This case also explains the use of tooth "stripping" (narrowing teeth so they can be realigned into the space that exists).

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Perfecting the symmetry of a smile by placing dental bonding and tooth recontouring.

This dental makeover showcases a smile that's in the middle of having...

Dental bonding - Bonding is ideal for making minute changes for teeth. And, as this case shows, just making minor changes for several teeth by placing it can really improve the symmetry of a smile. Tooth recontouring - This case also illustrates how minor shape and alignment improvements can be made by trimming and buffing down selected teeth just a little.

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