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Using porcelain veneers to improve tooth shape and fill in tooth gaps.

Dentists often use porcelain veneer placement as a way of filling in tooth gaps. This...

This makeover shows two common uses for porcelain veneers: a) Closing tooth gaps. b) Changing the shape of teeth. The result is the perfect smile.

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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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Why some teeth with dental crowns just don't look right.

When you first look at this smile you might not notice much of a problem. But the issue we've decided to...

Crown / Gum line concerns - Dental crows can be used to make major appearance changes with teeth but not right at the gum line where a tooth exits the jawbone. This makeover explains why and what solution is needed.

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Using dental crowns and veneers to realign and repair worn teeth.

Here's a case where a smile has both tooth wear and alignment issues. The "after" portion of...

a) Vertical overbite. - This case involves the situation where the person's front teeth overlap significantly. As a result, tooth wear has occurred. b) Dental crowns. - We illustrate the placement of dental crowns with this makeover because they offer great strength characteristics and can be used to improve the apparent alignment of teeth.

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Using porcelain veneers to improve the symmetry of worn teeth.

For the most part, this virtual makeover case simply involves a smile that needs improved symmetry...

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